Downtown Miami’s 31-Story Grand Station Apartment Tower Is Quickly Rising

It took years of planning, but work is now moving quickly at Grand Station Partner’s 31-Story Parcel B tower in downtown Miami.

The shell of the tower was at level 5 on December 21, according to contractor L&R Structural Corp. That is fast, considering that a foundation pour only took place in October.

The project will include 300 residential apartments and 5,000 square feet of retail. The tower will top off at 322 feet above ground.

Related Group acquired property across the street where they plan a 40-story micro-condo tower.

 

 

Photo taken December 6:

Photos of the 5th floor pour on December 21 via L&R Structural:

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Anonymous
1 year ago

Great infill next to mass transit!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Hey no additional parking for the cult members.

Anonymous
1 year ago

You’ll thank us later.

Anonymous
1 year ago

1,042 apartments in downtown 5th, 322 apartments in Grand Central Station’s parcel B, and that’s not even counting the buildings that’s just been finished, topped off, and under construction… and lets not forget the ones that’s planned.

Thankyou developers for being the catalyst for such an amazing and truly downtown Miami turn around.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Fast

Anonymous
1 year ago

“Grand Station,” sub-par architecture. I know it’s just infil, but are the Tetris strips absolutely necessary. It makes it look so cheap.

Optimist
1 year ago

It’s great infill, but uncomplicating the architecture would have made it a much better building.

POLO
1 year ago

Another box, another day….

Anonymous
1 year ago

and the same comment from you everyday

Anonymous
1 year ago

I gave you a thumbs up because that’s all this site will let me give.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Would you prefer a triangle?

Anonymous
1 year ago

exactly, boring, crowded downtown.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Boy Miami is full of dummies.

Tell us, how can a place be crowded and boring at the same time?

Anonymous
1 year ago

…and delusional people on construction costs. It is square to save on construction costs to make the project feasible for an affordable rental building. Obviously, building round or different than a “box” cost more money. Ironically, this guy complaining all the time is probably complaining on the lack of affordable housing. He is also factually wrong. I see many beautiful non square buildings on this site and, built and being built in Miami.

Anonymous
1 year ago

These blocks are not crowded at all and full of empty storefronts or cheap luggage stores and homeless people.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Um yeah, that’s why you’re seeing the construction of all these residential towers right now.

By the way, were you born with a brain?