First Glass Installed At Downtown Miami’s 49-Story Society Biscayne Tower (Photos)

The first glass windows have been installed at the under-construction Society Biscayne.

The new glass is in place just above the building’s podium, on one of multiple floors that are devoted to amenity space for residents. The Society brand offers a high level of amenities.

Society Biscayne will include 51,000 square feet of commercial space in the podium, along with a church to replace one that formerly existed on the site.

There will be a total of 646 residential units in the new building.

The tower will rise 49 stories or 573 feet, making it the eighth tallest under-construction building in downtown Miami in 2021.

PMG and Greybrook are the developers.

 

 

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POLO
6 months ago

I still think architecturally the bottom part of the tower has no relation to the top portion of the tower. It’s like you have two towers stack one on top of the other.

Anonymous
6 months ago

And that’s the cool part

Anonymous
6 months ago

Can’t wait for the art to blow away in the next storm. The last one blew away with just low winds.

Anonymous
6 months ago

A few floors is a tower?

Anonymous
6 months ago

Pow! That’s on point. I’m glad I’m not the only one who thought that

Anonymous
6 months ago

hope this has some light feature on top… would add to a beautifully developing skyline

Anonymous G
6 months ago

Building this one up fast. Not Melo fast but I look forward to seeing this one done!

Anonymous
6 months ago

With Waldorf Astoria and Society Biscayne, this block will look amazing.

Anonymous
6 months ago

They didn’t even try to hide the parking podium.

Anonymous
6 months ago

They did it so you could comment.

Anonymous
6 months ago

“They didn’t even try to hide the parking podium”

Too late!.. you should’ve showed them how it”s done.

cool
6 months ago

Okay, So before every tower releases its plans and renderings, he should keep track and notice the flaws. Just so he can correct it. Would they even listen, they’d probably think he’s crazy

Anonymous
6 months ago

He’s either crazy or likes to waste his time complaing about something he can’t do anything about.

Anonymous
6 months ago

I thought they would demolish those ugly low-rise buildings around it

Anonymous
6 months ago

They aren’t ugly and those are MDC buildings.

Anonymous
6 months ago

They are ugly to me

Anonymous
6 months ago

They show them as nice parks in the rendering. If only!

Anonymous
6 months ago

I like Bayfront park better.

Anonymous
6 months ago

However, the main campus building is hideous, and if they redeveloped it into a tall building and consolidated operations instead playing landlord, the opportunities would be fruitful.

Anonymous
6 months ago

I think one is the Holiday Inn. It will probably be renovated at some point. Or maybe they will be tore down to build the Waldorf Astoria, which I think will be built right there.

Anonymous
6 months ago

how likely will it look like the renderings?

Anonymous
6 months ago

How did this thing make it this far…..BLAH

Anonymous
6 months ago

Horrible architecture.
Who was the architect?
Oh my.
My 10 year old could have done something better for that iconic corner

Anonymous
6 months ago

I love it!

cool
6 months ago

Then get your son into architecture 😉

Anonymous
6 months ago

I’m sure scribbled lines and puppies would make a great building

scrimshaw
6 months ago

looks like something they would have built in houston in 1981 during the oil boom years…not exciting or inventive in anyway….density hoes on here love any kind of tower….build it and hope they come(with full pockets and no sense of aesthetics)

Anonymous
6 months ago

Looks like the outdated condos on 36th by the bay….what a waste of prime space.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Heck, I’ll take this design over that Miami World Tower ugly duckling design any day.