Construction Permits In Process For Tower 91, Demolition Permit Issued

Miami’s Building Department has approved a demolition permit for the Tower 91 site, and construction permits are in process

The property is at the southern end of the Design District, across from Midtown Miami.

On May 1, a total demolition permit was approved for the site.

A master construction permit and phased vertical permit are also in process, with GT McDonald the contractor.

Tower 91 is planned to include:

  • 107 multi-family residential units
  • 21,812 square feet of commercial space
  • 227 parking spaces

Elkus Manfredi is the architect, with Cube3 the architect of record.

Design District Associates and Prinz Corner LLC, which are affiliated entities of DACRA and the owners of the property located at 91-93 NE 36 Street, are the developers.

 

 



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Mad Dash
22 days ago

Beautiful

transplant
22 days ago

Everything south of 195 should be considered Midtown and everything north should be considered Design District

Anonymous
22 days ago

Or uptown since it’s above downtown and the metro mover core area, and we don’t have an uptown.

Anonymous
21 days ago

It’s nowhere need your fantasy Metromoober core area, Bill Joel.

Anonymous
22 days ago

As the city grows along the Miami River, next to Little Havana should be called Midtown. The North Fork of the River should be Uptown.

Anonymous
21 days ago

If they ever give it a proper upzoning maybe. Right now Jose Marti has T4r zoning, that means no commercial off the park. The most crucial area that would connect the river is thwarted by poor zoning and planning from the city.

Anonymous
21 days ago

The commissioners should consider redistricting the entire city to grow along the river and outward. Just turn the map and planning 45 degrees counter clockwise…

Anonymous
21 days ago

Midtown is a development in Wynwood anyway, not a neighborhood or district. The Design District is a district of Buena Vista, the former downtown of a former municipality prior to Miami annexing it in the 1920s. Even prior to I-195’s construction, there were two distinct areas.

transplant
21 days ago

I’m referring to colloquial names. You can call it what you may but if you ask the average Miamian where Buena Vista is, few will know. Most will know Midtown though.

Anonymous
21 days ago

They just name areas to get attention, not in a logical way that has any meaningful plan – can we get names that reflect some master planning?

Melo is sigma and Chad
22 days ago

Maybe they can make a deal with the neighboring future restaurant to use 100 parking spaces for their customers.

SoBeMom
22 days ago

Nice building. What is the fix for the Biscayne Boulevard – 36th Street traffic jam?

BDub
22 days ago

According to the city, more towers.

Anonymous
21 days ago

According to scholars on here, a Metromover expansion, that will take a whooping ten cars maximum off the road per train.

anonymous
21 days ago

when i lived in Brickell I’d see quite a few people using metromover so your comment is vastly inaccurate

Anonymous
21 days ago

Everyone in brickell and downtown ride the metro mover – all the people coming from NYC and other big cities get it

Anonymous
21 days ago

Umm you can’t just make up fake facts that lack any common sense

anon
22 days ago

More car parking

Sonic
21 days ago

When will we be able to use the upvote and downvote options again?

Oh! .. another parking tower
21 days ago

Yay more parking!!