A developer has submitted plans to build a glassy, Arquitectonica-designed office tower in downtown Miami.
For now, the project is simply called MRP6 in the plans that were filed by developer KAR Properties this month with Miami’s Planning & Zoning Department.
MRP6 is proposed to rise 36 stories, or 500 feet and 4 inches above ground.
The project will include:
462,492 leaseable square feet of office
6,000 square feet of retail
762 parking spaces, and 190 bike parking spaces
The developer is planning to set aside 165 of the parking spaces on levels 3 through 6 for the neighboring Wind condo.
Amenity space will line nearly every level of parking. There will also be amenity space on levels 10 and 11, including a fitness center, conference rooms, a bar, lounge, and outdoor deck. A lobby art gallery is planned on the ground floor.
The façade of the tower will feature semi-reflective, light gray tinted glass and metal fins on top of the glass. The portions of the garage not covered in glass will feature precast concrete screen panels.
Miami’s Urban Development Review Board is scheduled to review the proposal at a meeting on September 14.