Construction Continues At The Plaza, Coral Gables’ Biggest Project Ever

Construction continues to progress at The Plaza Coral Gables, new photos show.

The Plaza is the biggest project ever built in Coral Gables.

The project will have a total of 2.1 million square feet of space when complete, spanning seven acres and three city blocks.

The $600 million project will include:

  • 174 luxury residential rental apartments
  • 242 hotel rooms, with the hotel rated 4.5 stars
  • 161,000 square feet of retail, with a focus on food and beverage
  • 447,000 square feet of office space in two towers
  • 2,400 parking spaces

A portion of the project is already complete.

RTKL is the architect.

 

(photos: Aaron DeMayo)

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Anonymous
5 months ago

That one single family home in the middle of the project. I wonder if they will ever sell….

Anonymous
5 months ago

They won’t need AC ever again thanks to the permanent shade

Anonymous
5 months ago

If they do it most likely going to turn into a small office space or boutique hotel.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Maybe it will become open space or a park if they ever sell. It so out of place.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Yep, and it’s a crummy 1950s or 60s house of no historic value whatsoever.

Anonymous
5 months ago

They did a story about that guy, apparently it holds so much sentimental value for him, he won’t sell

Anonymous
5 months ago

wheres the link to that, would love to read it

Anonymous
5 months ago

It was in the Miami Herald – that guy is a moron!

Anonymous
5 months ago

I agree with you.

Anonymous
5 months ago

In Chanel 7 News they did the report… he got great offers but the sentimental 😭 value was more important
Now the day he wants or need to sell he will have no leverage and probably only the condominium will offer whatever they want !

Marc
5 months ago

It’s not a house. It was the office of Phineas Paist, the original town architect of Coral Gables. It’s a historic landmark.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Move it! They could’ve moved it.

Anonymous
5 months ago

The Coral Gables Art Center Building is different than what is being talked about.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Nope. It’s a single family home.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Office space !!

Anonymous
5 months ago

Didn’t realized it had that much office space and based home owner for never selling.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Beautiful but please keep track of the single house that remained, what was the going price and what is the value now?

Anonymous
5 months ago

Top offer was $995,000

Anonymous
5 months ago

looks fantastic.

Anonymous
5 months ago

I ain’t gonna lie, the shit is beautiful!

Anonymous
5 months ago

where is the details on the retail tenants that they have signed?

Anonymous
5 months ago

They have a high end bowling concept and a few restaurants from Texas and LA, no details beyond that.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Yo @TheNextMiami can you make a post about that large tower at Douglas metro rail

Anonymous
5 months ago

They’ve posted a few, search for Link at Douglas

Anonymous
5 months ago

Call me crazy but I’m on a iPhone 12 using safari and there’s no longer a search button on TNM…I’m not sure when it got removed or if my settings are just wrong

Anonymous
5 months ago

He don’t want to sell it, because his mom told him not to before she passed away last year. He still feel his parents spirits in the house.

Anonymous
4 months ago

The house and the Phineas Paist office building are two different things. The house, who knows, but the office building is staying, albeit spruced up.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Blows too much construction.
Go back north

Anonymous
4 months ago

It’s hideous

Anonymous
5 months ago

Gorgeous project. I’m eager to see how they are going to handle the retail, restaurant component. It would be a huge mistake to make another Cocowalk. Obviously, that didn’t work. Just like the Mary Brickell doesn’t work. Go back to regular street level retail urban grid. Lots of malls and strip malls fail because of this concept.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Mary Brickell has the most foot traffic of Brickell, what are you talking about ?

Anonymous
5 months ago

Exterior facing retail at Mary Brickell Village like Moxy’s, North Italia, Starbucks, etc does really well. Stores facing inward in the mall struggle to get foot traffic (Burgar & Beer Joint, Doraku, etc).

Anonymous
5 months ago

Both of those were kicked out bc they didnt want to take the rent raise. Mister 01 and a few others are going to be moving into all that space.

Anonymous
5 months ago

That interior space is what gives the facade of a larger area to play and hang out with natural visual surveillance for safety from other business and potential people, even when the majority stay towards the road because it’s a main thoroughfare to BCC which is a huge hang out spot too, MBV and BCC are huge

Anonymous
5 months ago

Disgusting aberration, another malformation for Coral Gables

Anonymous
4 months ago

Sorry, but even sleepy little Coral Gables has to wake up sometime.

Anonymous
5 months ago

So cheesy. Anyway 2400 car spots. Next people will complain about traffic. Geeze,why do you think?

Anonymous
5 months ago

What you call “cheesy” > two-thirds of what Arquitectonica or Kobi Krap excretes.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Please, so what, some people in this city will complain about traffic if they see two cars on the streets.