First Glass Installed At Downtown Miami’s 51-Story Natiivo

The 51-story Natiivo tower rising in downtown Miami is now getting its glass windows and doors installed, new photos by Ryan RC Rea show.

The tower also now appears to be close to reaching the 40th floor.

A live stream of the construction site is available if you wish to watch contractors work in real time.

Natiivo is planned to include 100 hotel rooms under the Gale Port Miami flag, 140 Gale hotel-condo units, and 448 residential condos.

There will also be 129,244‬ square feet of leasable office space, three levels of stacked parking with 459 spaces, and ground floor restaurant and market space.

 

 

(photos: Ryan RC Rea)

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Anonymous
1 month ago

Do something with the area around the tracks. It’s ugly and dangerous.

Anonymous
1 month ago

fr bru

Anonymous
1 month ago

not sure…but i always thought the podium would be unique red brick ….. now i have a feeling its brick red paint…..hope im wrong

Giga chad Melo
1 month ago

Stucco painted red most likely. Nobody seems to want to use brick in Miami 🙁

Conno Sir
1 month ago

Totally love this project.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Very good. It is a tower with the new face of Downtown, of multipurpose, with many hotel rooms, residences, large area for offices, space for restaurant and market. That, yes, brings people to the street.

anonymous
1 month ago

this looks like a skyscraper youd see in chicago

anon
1 month ago

not really. certainly not with all that stucco and an enormous parking podium.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Minus the crime

Anonymous
1 month ago

Minus the skyscraper part. If the base was elongated, however.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Umm
Chicago is much more sophisticated than this.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Simple yet attractive design that stands out by being just that. More could learn from this, some try too hard to be different and it shows.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The only bad thing is this won’t contribute to the city residential inventory. It’s all short term rentals.

Bart from Jiffy Lube
1 month ago

True, but there’s still a price correlation.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I wouldn’t be so sure about that. Lots of residents want the ability to rent out their condos when traveling. I myself, a native Miamian, am interested in doing just that. I spend a few months a year traveling and would like to be able to rent my place out when I’m out of town.

Anonymous
1 month ago

topping off in october if it continues at this pace

Anonymous
1 month ago

Can’t wait for the Italian market to open under this❤️

Anonymous
1 month ago

This area is becoming so cool. Can’t wait for retails to start opening!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Still a bummer seeing a box behind Freedom Tower. If only a supertall with nice architecture could come about on the vacant lot between it and the Metromover station…

Anonymous
1 month ago

Thats the bummer? Not the fact that the Freedom Tower sits on a buckled parking lot for Heat games?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yaaaawwwwnnnnn….. blah.