Developer Bruce Eichner Planning New Continuum Condo Project On Miami’s Mainland, Designed By A Starchitect

The developer of the Continuum towers in South Beach is planning to build a luxury condo project on Miami’s mainland that will also bear the Continuum name.

Bruce Eichner told The Real Deal that he was looking at potential sites in downtown Miami, Wynwood, and the Design District.

Unit prices in the new development would be under $1,000 per square foot, he said.

A starchitect would be brought in to design the complex, Eichner added. Most of the buildings in Miami have been designed by the “same half dozen architects,” he noted.

As in South Beach, Eichner would keep a unit for himself in the new project. Eichner is now selling his personal condo in Continuum South Beach.

 

 

Continuum Towers in South Beach:

(photo: phillip pessar)

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Anonymous
2 years ago

By Wynwood they probably mean Edgewater. Wynwood has height restrictions.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Most of the buildings in Miami have been designed by the “same half dozen architects,” he noted. yes, and it is awful, boring, repetitive…

Anonymous
2 years ago

The CCCC tower site in Brickell would be a great site!

Shawn Kouri
2 years ago

A third Tower??

Anonymous
2 years ago

Will it actually be the same architectural quality? I mean, Arquitectonica did some great towers in Sunny Isles because up there with their 80s stuff, while Icon and Pariso are absolute dogsh*t.

Anonymous
2 years ago

John Mayer approves

Anonymous
2 years ago

His name is Ian Bruce Eichner.

suomynona
2 years ago

n/a

Anonymous
2 years ago

His name is IAN Brice Eichner.

Anonymous
2 years ago

His name is IAN Bruce Eichner.

Shawn Kouri
2 years ago

But on the mainland of Miami. How about a massive 60 to 80 story tower with every condo unit having a balcony and a second tower comprising of 400 to 600 hotel rooms. Penthouses up to 65 Million and a family resort like pool deck.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yes…That would awesome in Hialeah!!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Is this the same person always making these Hialeah comments? Contribute something to the conversation or please abstain.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Sweet Home Hialeah, only 15 minutes from FIU…

Anonymous
2 years ago

Ghetto Cubans ….. no thank you

Anonymous
2 years ago

We need more development in Hialeah. What’s wrong with that? We also need better stores and restaurants. I’m tired of driving 15 miles for bread other than Cuban.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Please bring Michel Abboud
Surely he will do something striking and different to our skyline

Anonymous
2 years ago

Or turn Hani Rashid loose…