Developer Signs Deal For Utilities At One Southside Park Megaproject In Brickell

Miami Dade’s Water and Sewer Department finalized a deal last week to supply water and sewer utilities to the One Southside Park project in Brickell.

The developer also obtained final approval for the project from Miami Dade planners in late December, county records show. It went through county planners for review under their Rapid Transit Zoning scheme, rather then through the City of Miami Planning Department.

Construction is already underway, with groundbreaking in April 2021.

According to the newly completed utilities deal, One Southside Park will include:

  • 1,195 apartments
  • 165,000 square feet of office
  • 200 hotel rooms
  • 86,151 square feet of spa
  • 23,312 square feet of full service restaurant
  • 1,417 square feet of fast food restaurant
  • 5,120 square feet of banquet hall
  • 13,673 square feet of fitness center
  • 32,000 square feet of fire station

The developer will pay a connection charge estimated to be $1,452,647.82. There will also be a special Brickell Basin II connection charge charge $810,490.20, bringing the total to nearly $2.3 million.

The 62-story project is planned to rise 754 feet above ground, or 766 feet above sea level.

Barry Sternlicht’s Treehouse Hotels will operate the hotel portion of the development.

JDS is the developer, with SHoP Architects and James Corner Field Operations overseeing architecture and landscaping.

 

 

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Melo is sigma and chad
3 months ago

utilities deals is when you know a project is serious. This will cause future west brickell buildings to be taller than the current ones.

Azarius
3 months ago

Get her done Miami ‼️

Anonymous
3 months ago

Whew… with this project, the recently announced three tower project by MAST, and the 640ft Miami River tower, they show that Brickell ain’t BSing around!

Anonymous
3 months ago

Wow…live, work, and play, all in one building. Sounds like a terrific project.

Anonymous
3 months ago

And get a quick bite to eat!

Anonymous
3 months ago

Looking forward to this project!

Anonymous
3 months ago

I love this building, but 2nd ave doesn’t look anything like the renderings. They have built some in the last few years. But it still looks ugly. They need to bury the lines and work on landscaping. Hopefully this project will push some much needed improvement.

Shawn Kouri
3 months ago

I thought construction has already begun

Anonymous
3 months ago

it has. most developments start with site work like excavation and then do utility hookups later on

BDub
3 months ago

Is that one story house in the last rendering a holdout they’re building around like Enriqueta’s in Midtown?

MiamiArchi
3 months ago

Its a historic building that is part of the existing park I believe.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Yes, it’s one of the city’s first schools. Alas, don’t expect two-thirds of the posters on here to comprehend that Miami has (or had at this rate) historic pre-war buildings reflecting a booming metropolis. It might as well have been a Wild West set to them before people arrived fleeing some island taken over by a guy with a cigar and funny hat.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Yes! We need more respect for the pre-Cuban phases of Miami. That’s when Miami was really developed. The Cubans love to take ownership of everything Miami-related and that’s just not accurate.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Back in 1951, North Miami was the fastest growing city in America. In 1955, it was Hialeah. Look at all the 1950s built houses that dominate Cutler Bay, Pinecrest, N Miami, NMB, Hialeah, Westchester, etc. in Miami area. Note this was BEFORE Pedro Pan and the bearded guy in the boy scout outfit.

Elpit Onaso
3 months ago

They don’t need water and sewer. Septic tank and a tinaco would suffice.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Groundbreaking a year ago and all I see is soil being shifted from side to side.
Perhaps a human tooth was discovered…

Melo is sigma and chad
3 months ago

Alot of Piling work is needed for this behemoth.

Anonymous
3 months ago

For a whole year?
Melo would be on the 30th floor

Anonymous
3 months ago

I agree, it does seem like they are dragging ass. Same thing with smart brickell and some other developers. It’s funny how some move quickly to get things done and others.. well not so much.

Anonymous
3 months ago

^ So all your life, you haven’t seen this proposed building on this site, but now that they showed you what they’re going to build there, you’re very impatient to see it done and to you they are now just “dragging ass?”

Anonymous
3 months ago

Yes. Work faster!

Stop being lazy. Stop crowd funding. Just start.

Anonymous
3 months ago

They are working at least six days per week on site. I run by there frequently.

Anonymous
3 months ago

eye sore

Anonymous
3 months ago

^ no ability

Anonymous
3 months ago

Why is your eye sore? You shouldn’t squint so hard looking between your legs.

Anonymous
3 months ago

lol…

Anonymous
3 months ago

I have to squint to make this building and all its prison windows look alright.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Nothing screams upscale like sharing a building with a fire station and a fast food restaurant. Yay crowdfunding builds.

Melo is sigma and chad
3 months ago

Nothing wrong with a subway

Anonymous
3 months ago

Everything is wrong with Subway. Let’s hope for a Chic-Fil-A.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Subway might be moving their HQ down here to some crappy office park in Doral, but it still doesn’t change the fact their sandwiches are mediocre, stores smell like dirty feet, ignored sexual deviancy from a spokesperson, and this is Publix sub country.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Gee, you must’ve ate at a lot of Subways to come to that conclusion.

Anonymous
3 months ago

The fast food restaurant is for residents who are hungry after a night of partying and drinking in the clubs and bars.

Anonymous
3 months ago

That’s for the under 30 crowd. How many will able to afford to live here?

Anonymous
3 months ago

^ Gee, I didn’t know that people under 30 are the only ones who go out and party?

Anonymous
3 months ago

^^cool, we’ve found that creepy 41 year old that hangs out at the club desperately trying to seduce 23 year old chicks

Anonymous
3 months ago

That’s not creepy that’s normal

Anonymous
3 months ago

^ And there you have one folks.. the broke, car less, and living with his parents 21yr old who can’t get a date from any girl his age because he’s a loser who doesn’t have shit!

Anonymous
3 months ago

…as opposed to broke, car less, living with 2 roommates 21 year olds who cry that free Metromover should take the everywhere

Anonymous
3 months ago

…or dine exclusively on fast food.

Anonymous
3 months ago

We need more options than just 5-star restaurants!

Anonymous
3 months ago

Yeah!.. like grabbing your fishing poles..

Anonymous
3 months ago

We need more 5-star restaurants, and less high-turnover restaurants, fad establishments (kava bars, frozen yogurt, poke bowls, etc.), CVSs, and damn 7-Elevens.

Anne Annomous
3 months ago

One would think a Firehouse Subs franchisee would see an opportunity there.