First Renderings Released For Midtown Miami’s Tallest Tower Ever

The Midtown 1 tower which has been in planning for several years has been sent to review by Miami’s Urban Development Review Board, with renderings of the tower publicly released for the first time

Midtown 1 is planned to become the tallest tower ever in Midtown Miami, at 48 stories and 596 feet above ground.

The new building is planned to include:

  • 400 residential units
  • 27,658 square feet of retail
  • 498 parking spaces on five levels

Arquitectonica is the architect.

Midtown 1 Investments, led by Terra and Lion Development Group, is the developer.

Miami’s Urban Development Review Board is scheduled to have a hearing on the proposal on May 15.

 

 

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Anon
1 month ago

The growth happening in the Design District / Midtown area is amazing!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

It really is – it’s like a whole new center of action is being built around the Design District – can’t wait to see how this area continues to develop – the proximity to Miami Beach makes it even better!

Anonymous
1 month ago

This area has a lot of single-family homes mixed with luxury towers and blighted areas. It would be ideal to see townhouses and low-rises to match the suburban feel, and save tall towers for downtown or areas with good rail access. Hoping for zoning changes to make this happen, or improved rail connectivity.

Anon
30 days ago

There will be single family homes across the street from Cipriani Residences – thats Miami get over it

Cover the Podiums
1 month ago

They have the liner units facing the tracks and the “green” podium facing the sidewalks…make it make sense

Tomas
30 days ago

Hopefully they’re planning to beautify the (currently) non-existent pedestrian experience on the track side. It’s wild that the city has not even put funds into a sidewalk there.

Cover the podiums
30 days ago

It’s literally wild. They rake in millions in property taxes and that sidewalk is like walking opa locka

Anonymous
29 days ago

Same with across the Miami core-sidewalks and cross walks and streets need a total redo on every walk of Miami. mayor does nothing but pageantry

Go Miami Go
1 month ago

Holy crap the transformation of this part of the city is blowing my mind

Anonymous
1 month ago

The design and scale of the design posted in Overtown should be the model for Midtown.

Anonymous
1 month ago

This area is zoned for higher towers – developers won’t cut the height by 40 stories just because you want them to Mr Keyboard Warrior

Anonymous
1 month ago

Another beaut by Arquitectonica!

Alex
30 days ago

I really hope they keep that greenspace in the middle of Midtown as a park. The City should buy it from the developers since there are so few opportunities for parks in this city.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The crown makes all the difference. The street level is pretty nice, too. No blank walls covered with cheesy murals.

007
1 month ago

What crown ? Are you referring to that little uptick at the top? Lol!

Yet Another Anonymous
1 month ago

I like the corner posts to account for the deeper balconies. It gives the building a more traditional square look than like 50 Biscayne with the heat sink radiator look.

Casey
1 month ago

How tall are the nearby buildings?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Tower 36 will be 635′

BDub
1 month ago

I like the streetcar in the lower right of the first image. Do they know something we don’t?

Anon
1 month ago

Midtown One is next to the future commuter rail

Azarius
1 month ago

That’s Brightline

Anon
1 month ago

The commuter rail will run on the same tracks…

Anonymous
1 month ago

We don’t need a commuter rail in Midtown, we need a rail to get from Midtown to Miami core so midtowners can commute into the core.

Dale
1 month ago

Where do you think Tri-Rail and Brightline will take you? They’ll both go north and south.

Anonymous
30 days ago

Brightline is like 100 a ticket and keeps going up, and tri rail goes to Hialeah, there’s no commuter rail from Midtown to downtown and rest of Miami core

Javanka
1 month ago

I think it will be completed by 2034! I started following all of this development in 2009 on the site that became Curbed!!

Long John
30 days ago

tallest tower ever? my pecker is bigger than this thing

Anon
30 days ago

If they don’t expand the exits for north miami ave and biscayne on the 112 the back log is going to be a thousand times worse than it already it is now. All these building with no thought for transporation.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Cool design. But I think this height should go near a metro mover station, or hold until the mover is extended to Midtown before adding anymore density above the core.

Anon
1 month ago

Oh yes, the metromover will be extended just like the East West Metrorail extension that we voted for!

Anonymous
29 days ago

But this is in the core!

Anonymous
29 days ago

It’s really not. Look to metro mover stops to know what is in the core. People are shady. It’s common sense.

Anonymous
28 days ago

Literally has nothing to do with the core. Are you new here? The core, as everyone understands it, extends North to 36th Street.

William
1 month ago

This intersection is going to be a nightmare

Rob
1 month ago

Yup. Already a nightmare, this will increment it. It is a pretty cool building thought

Anon
30 days ago

Reduce the car lanes and repurpose them for bus lanes/tram lines and protected bike lanes.

Make Miami NYC Again
1 month ago

It’s so laughable seeing single family homes 2 blocks away from these high rises. Our density/zoning is a joke and the reason why we will never be on the same level as cities in the northeast.

Cover the Podiums
1 month ago

I agree. Cities in the USA need to embrace mid density development and go all out.

Make Miami NYC Again
1 month ago

This is the way, not everything has to be Manhattanized. Little Havana and South Beach are great examples of mid density and decent walkability, and with some public transit expansions, could very well be on par with places like Brooklyn or Boston.

Cover the Podiums
1 month ago

Little havana has the potential to turn into a mini Barcelona. Low rise, mid to high density, great walkability. All it needs a redevelopment into 4-6 stories buildings nad mass rapid transit

Make Miami NYC Again
1 month ago

With expanded public transit, mid density areas like Little Havana & Sobe could easily be on par with places like Brooklyn or Boston.

Build Miami
1 month ago

I think people forget that most of Manhattan isn’t high rises. West Village, Soho, Tribeca, Lower East Side, Upper West Side, I could go on. High rise districts are great but we need variety. We’ll never fill in the city if we only build high rises

Made In Dade
1 month ago

I-195 is a pretty big barrier between the height to the south and the historic single family neighborhood to the north

Anonymous
29 days ago

There’s a huge under deck being transformed to connect Brickell to Riverside

Javanka
1 month ago

Brooklyn has detached single family homes.

Taxed Out
1 month ago

So close to airplanes. Scary stuff.

Anon
1 month ago

The FAA has strict requirements.