Foundation Pour Completed For 49-Story Co-Living Tower In Downtown Miami

Downtown Miami is getting a 49-story co-living tower at 400 Biscayne, and a foundation pour for the project was completed over the weekend.

Vertical construction will now begin, and crane installation appears to be ready to begin soon (their bases were in place as of last week).

Developers PMG and Greybrook Realty Partners are building the tower at 400 Biscayne after obtaining a $161.5 million construction loan last month.

400 Biscayne will include 714 apartments, but will also have a Rent By Bedroom program similar to the nearby X Miami tower built by the same developers. Previously, the developers said that there could be as many as 1,088 beds available for rent.

In total, over one million square feet of space is being built.

In addition to the residential and amenity spaces, there will 51,000 square feet of commercial space and 22,000 square feet of space for the First United Methodist Church of Miami which once occupied the property.

Amenities at 400 Biscayne will include a public lobby lounge and restaurant, co-working spaces, a gym and fitness studio, pool deck and outdoor lounge, smart package lockers, and bike storage facilities.

Completion is scheduled for 2021. Groundbreaking took place in June.

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

ugly as hell, but at least its filling downtown.

Anonymous
2 years ago

“ugly as hell”? Are you the same person that claimed it would never be built?? Lol

Polo
2 years ago

Ugly filling towers don’t belong on Biscayne Blvd.!

Anonymous
2 years ago

That’s what I said about ugly females on South Beach.

Anonymous
2 years ago

so what do we do? wait 30 years until a big developer wants to build a spectacular tower on Biscayne blvd and meanwhile we have to keep watching these empty lots and the homeless population grow and keep waiting forever for affordable housing?

Anonymous
2 years ago

… or, wait for someone like Polo to become filthy rich and decide to take his money and time to present what he thinks is gorgeous and build it….

Anonymous
2 years ago

yes, that’s what we should do.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Affordable housing on Biscayne Boulevard makes no sense whatsoever.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Biscayne blvd is for the rich only? so it’s senseless that middle class people live there only the rich have a right to live there?

Anonymous
2 years ago

The person who said “affordable housing on Biscayne Boulevard makes no sense whatsoever” must think that Biscayne Blvd is just five blocks long.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I love it

Anonymous
2 years ago

I do not think it is ugly, it is different and not from the same developers that have bought everyone in the administration of this city.

Azarius
2 years ago

Nice filling

Interested
2 years ago

Housing for college kids

Anonymous
2 years ago

MDC kids can’t afford this and are mostly commuters.

Anonymous
2 years ago

you rent by a room not a single apartment. So it’s basically a dorm room… just like X Miami next door.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yeah they charge you the same cost of a one bedroom apartment for one bedroom in an apartment shared with others.

suomynona
2 years ago

$1400 to rent a bedroom.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Interesting location , nice views ,……. at the end of the day will sell or lease

Anonymous
2 years ago

So… more dorm rooms ?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Good. That means the proportion of young professionals to retired NIMBYs in downtown will grow.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Hmmmm… you do have a point there….

Anonymous
2 years ago

Not a big fan of the design and architecture for such a prestigious location, but it’s Miami and if we want to maintain our sanity, better get used to boxy, flat top buildings

Anonymous
2 years ago

Prestigious? LOL where are you from.

Anonymous
2 years ago

They’re the predominant building in every city my friend.

Anonymous
2 years ago

The only sanity is it’s slightly better than the Melo monstrosity.

Anonymous
2 years ago

The podium design should be the whole building

Anonymous
2 years ago

Design is such yuck; too bad it’s on the edge of downtown and not something that can be boxed in by other buildings entirely.