Construction Progress At Gale Hotel & Residences, Where Sales Now Underway

Sales of 160 condo units are now underway at Gale Hotel & Residences Miami, the developer announced last week.

Completion of the project and delivery of units is scheduled for the spring of 2024, a press release said.

Gale Hotel & Residences is within the 51-story tower at 601 First Avenue in Downtown Miami, where construction topped off in November 2022.

Unit sizes at Gale will range from 410 to 910 square feet, with prices ranging from the mid $400’s to over $1 million.

Natiivo is also inside the same tower, with 448 condos.

Joint amenity spaces totaling 70,000 square feet spread across three floors will be shared between Gale Miami and Natiivo Miami across three floors

There will also be 125,000 square feet of office, and 20,000 square feet of event space.

The ground floor will have 9,000 square feet of restaurant space, including an outdoor garden and a Bodega Taqueria.

Keith Menin along with Marisa Galbut are building the project through their development firm, Sixth Street Miami Partners LLC, by GFO Investments.

 


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Wow
13 days ago

The market space is rumored to be Eataly!! I hope that’s true😱

Anon
13 days ago

That would be awesome – current plans show outdoor dining on NW 1st so that would be perfect

Myamy
13 days ago

It was announced that an “Italian market” would be here so Eataly is possible. It would be great, for sure!

Anonymous
13 days ago

Bless your hearts.

Anon
12 days ago

If we add a highway above it maybe then it will be more to your taste

Anonymous
12 days ago

I was just thinking how the views of the highway don’t detract at all! It’s perfect location with easy access to the highways.

Anon
12 days ago

Thank god they are just nearby for easy access, and not literally next to it

Anonymous
12 days ago

like the Zaha Hadid building and MWC? It doesn’t matter. Why are you so obsessed about highways, the windows are soundproof, and the views are more open, better than looking at a wall.

Anonymous
12 days ago

There’s a few highways all around here, makes it easier to get in and out, a luxury for city living.

Anon
12 days ago

Highways aren’t luxurious.

anonymous
12 days ago

I prefer to live close to the highways in cities. In case of anything urgent it’s easy to move around and leave. Now if you’re a billionaire you can helicopter.

Anonymous
12 days ago

But having them close by, in a big city, is a luxury.

name
12 days ago

It’ll be better than Eataly maybe, Casa Tua!

anon
12 days ago

when will the new york transplants that infest miami realize that food isnt restricted to salty pizza, pasta and bagels?

Anon
12 days ago

Tired of Cuban food 👎 we need more Korean places

Food
12 days ago

We need more pizza and bagels! What about hot dogs, can I get a real hot Don eatery anywhere.

anonymous
12 days ago

I’m craving hot dogs, they’re all American and easy to make! Why can’t anyone open a friggin hot dog eatery?

Duh
12 days ago

Eataly > Casa Tua

Anonymous
12 days ago

Okey Dokey > Julia & Henry’s

Anon
12 days ago

That box? Over the historic structure? LOL okay

anonymous
12 days ago

I take no consideration to a restaurants external architecture – if had delicious meals in shopping malls, and bad meals at the top of skyscrapers.

Julia and Henry is too cramped and gives me anxiety. The interior frame reminds me of the Power Rangers set.

Okey Dokey is chill and reminds me of a Friends set in Manhattan. Lots of cool local events.

Anonymous
12 days ago

Okey Dockey is boring and unimaginative. Julia & Henry has a unique vibe and it’s definitely better.

Anon
12 days ago

Okey Dokey has a hip vibe with delicious food and couches for game nights, it feels less like a shopping mall or CVS like Julia’s.

Anonymous
12 days ago

I think the Okey Dokey owners are French and so friendly and innovative!

Anon
12 days ago

Okey Dokey had a cool modern art event last weekends it’s really turning into an awesome Brickell neighborhood venue.

Anonymous
12 days ago

lol no way. Okey Dokey sucks

Anonymous
12 days ago

Julia & Henry’s sucks. We didn’t even want to stay to eat there, too hectic.

Okey Dokey has an inviting and chill New York vibe – and they are opening a patio soon for even more cool functions – plus it’s in Brickell

Anonymous
12 days ago

Painted red stucco, ground breaking

Native
13 days ago

Wish they were installing a real brick facade. For the amount of money the developer is making they could have invested a little more in the facade.

Cover the Podiums
12 days ago

agree…but think about how many developers don’t even care about the podium and just put a tacky painting and call it ‘art’ facade

Anonymous
12 days ago

Reminds me of Yotel, where the base looked like it has classical brickwork in the renderings, but at least it’s not the cluttered windows in the previous version.

Conno Sir
13 days ago

Beautiful project.

Hello
13 days ago

The best east views

Name
13 days ago

Amazing right next to Mcdonalds

Name
13 days ago

Just saying you can have nice designs near a McDonald’s. I love it.

Anon
13 days ago

Also immediately next to Maple & Ash and World Square, where the timber, sustainable Apple store will be located.

Anonymous
12 days ago

You mean the construction trailer Apple Store?

Anon
13 days ago

There is a McDonalds just south of the River District in Brickell. Not sure what point you are trying to make here.

Anon
12 days ago

and a burger king, and a wendys……

Nano
12 days ago

I’ll take Burger King over a federal prison

Anon
12 days ago

Bro just found out cities have prisons.

Anonymous
12 days ago

^^Anon just found out people don’t want to live next to prisons.

anonymous
12 days ago

Look at PA, the little ones can climb walls now 😂

Anon
12 days ago

Exactly stunning buildings going up there too 👌 keep it up! 🎉

J.M.
13 days ago

I’m McLovin it too!

Anonymous
12 days ago

Well McDonald’s is one of the few chains that are ubiquitous enough that it can be ran out of a mudhut to be located in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II.

Kumar
13 days ago

Anyone know what they’re going to do with the old Harry Cain Tower one block over? That thing looks like it’s about to fall over every time I visit downtown.

Anon
13 days ago

No plans as of it. I believe it’s zone for above 1,000’

Anonymous
13 days ago

Seriously – how and why is that thing still standing?

Anonymous
12 days ago

Harry Cain Tower = Every Related and Melo project in twenty years.

Dale
12 days ago

Anyone else bummed that it appears to be red stucco instead of red brick?

anonymous
12 days ago

100%, but people dont realize that bricks require a lot more maintenance in the long term.

Anonymous
12 days ago

Brick is ugly – we hated it in NYC, havent you seen those brick buildings crumble in hurricanes? They are not sustainable and look depressing and slummy.

Anonymous
12 days ago

Hate Brick, how about stone.

Anon
12 days ago

It’s brick textured, they used a stamp. But yeah it looks cheap.

Anonymous
12 days ago

Red stucco is worst than white clean Santorini style stucco

Anonymous
12 days ago

I don’t care, it looks great.

Dale
12 days ago

It actually looks quite the opposite of great. It looks cheap and value engineered.

Anonymous
12 days ago

No

Anonymous
12 days ago

Amazing, and close to the highways!

Anonymous
12 days ago

Honestly it’s better we add high end development around the highways like this one, it’s such a luxury to get around the city.

Anonymous
12 days ago

The real luxury is to be able to leave the car home and take a top-notch, state of the art subway system. More money should be invested toward the Metromover and it should be made it into our main mean of transportation.

Anonymous
12 days ago

Ageee! But instead of expanding it, we should upgrade existing stations and provide incentives for masterplanned neighborhood mega plans around the existing stations 🤓 #genius

Cover the Podiums
12 days ago

The attention to detail is highly appreciated, kudos to the developer. You can see they imprinted a brick pattern instead of just painted stucco

Anon
12 days ago

They should have used actual brick veneer like Wynwood Haus up a bit further north – the difference is night and day

Cover the podiums
12 days ago

We’ll see how it looks in real life!