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First Look At SoleMia, Including America's Biggest Swimming Pool

First Look At SoleMia, Including America’s Biggest Swimming Pool

SoleMia’s first two residential towers are now open, along with one of the biggest swimming pools in the world.

The man made lagoon at the center of the project totals 7 acres and is swimmable, making it by far the largest swimming pool in all of America. It may also be the largest pool in the world that isn’t sea water.

The pool is named Laguna Sole.

Two building are now open at SoleMia. Called the Shoreline, it includes two 17-story towers with 397 apartments in a building designed by Arquitectonica and Robert M. Swedroe Architects.

Eventually, SoleMia will include 12 towers, 500,00 square feet of retail and commercial space, and a 225,000 square foot University of Miami Health Center anchored around the 7-acre lagoon. Total development cost of the 184-acre community is expected to be $4 billion.

 

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Oscar
Oscar

From Superfund to SuperFUN!

Anonymous
Anonymous

ha!!….now that was clever

Anonymous
Anonymous

Awesome!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Completely awful planning by the City of North Miami. No mass transit, no bike infrastructure… just miles or roads and acres of parking lots.

And a giant fake beach/ocean with the real thing just miles away?

marc
marc

Not everyone likes salt water.

Anonymous
Anonymous

It’s a salt water pool :/

Anonymous
Anonymous

The number 3 and the 93 MAX bus runs on biscayne blvd. People on this site want to complain about mass transit but this is a area that doesn’t have the density for rail yet. Even a Staten Island only has one rail line in its eastern part and is far more denser than North Miami Beach.

Anonymous
Anonymous

We need Coastal Link to happen.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Please, will people like you forget about Coastal Link.. it ain’t happening in your lifetime.

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
¯\_(ツ)_/¯

You think the people who live here ride the bus?

Anonymous
Anonymous

but It has Palm trees…

Anonymous
Anonymous

Planners should play Sim City according to TrD

M.B.
M.B.

Or City Skylines. It’ll give them experience needed for better City Planning.. *shrug* probably infinitely better than the knowledge that they currently have.

Anonymous
Anonymous

you want a metrorail station right at the lagoon?

Anonymous
Anonymous

It’s a giant piece of land and everything hasn’t all been built yet. What do you expect, Interama and a monorail?

William
William

That pool looks insane! Very cool. Worlds longest robotic pool cleaner too.

Anonymous
Anonymous

That’s a lot of Chlorine. lol

Anonymous
Anonymous

It doesn’t use cholorine, it’s salt water.

iFlyMIA
iFlyMIA

Wasn’t there suppose to be two?

Anonymous
Anonymous

A lagoon on top of a old landfill? I’ll pass

Anonymous
Anonymous

What happens when a drunk person breaks a bottle of beer in the pool and they have to drain it? ay dios mio, oye papi!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Does anyone know if they will have residential units for sale?

Anonymous
Anonymous

So each residential tower will have their own pool too?

Anonymous
Anonymous

I just don’t see that pool working out 10 years down the road…. Too large and too open to the elements.