Foundation Poured For Downtown Miami’s 51-Story Natiivo Tower

A foundation pour was completed over the weekend for downtown Miami’s 51-Story Natiivo tower.

Natiivo is planned to include 448 residential units, 240 hotel rooms, office space, amenities, and food and beverage spaces.

The tower will rise 588 feet above ground.

According to shell contractor L&R Structural, Natiivo’s main lateral cap was poured last Thursday and Friday.

The pour required 4,400 cubic yards of concrete and took a total of 14.5 hours, poured out using four pumps.

Crews also completed the  installation of 1,400 tons of reinforcing over 12 continuous days.

Groundbreaking for Natiivo took place in February, and in April the developer reported a surge in sales with over 70% of units sold. Completion is set for 2023.

 

(photo/video via L&R Structural Corp.)

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Anonymous
4 months ago

Location, location, location 👍

Anonymous
4 months ago

Bay views + crawling distance to Heat games.

POLO
4 months ago

What I like about this tower is it’s unique brik looking base for Miami.

POLO
4 months ago

Its…typo

Anonymous
4 months ago

I actually don’t like it at all as it was not used in Miami often and doesn’t mirror the colors of the Freedom Tower nearby

Anonymous
4 months ago

Okay but there were and still are brick buildings in Miami, plus this one is a nice unique one in the area.

Anonymous
4 months ago

So something used in Miami often, let’s say something like the base of a Related or Melo building would? Hahaha.

Anonymous
4 months ago

I hope this encourages more development around the Freedom Tower.
That area is still not walkable. There are around 4 blocks around it that are still chain-link fenced and not appealing at all.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Not walkable and “not Martha Stewart approved” are 2 totally different things

Anonymous
4 months ago

Empty chain-link fenced lots are walkable?

Anonymous
4 months ago

Those parking lots should become a square like they do in Europe. It would be amazing!

Anonymous
4 months ago

I’d rather have some very futuristic structures there. Perhaps a MoMA would be the best option❤️

EJS
4 months ago

Blame Perez for those empty blocks. Miami-Dade College chose a firm other than Related to develop their lots and he threatened a lawsuit to gum up the process. All in limbo now.

Anonymous
4 months ago

I blame MDC, who shouldn’t be in the real estate business. They were Downtown Miami’s top slumlord while Mana was still dicking around in Brooklyn.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Yeah they own alot of empty buildings and surface parking lots. Idk why they also what that firestation building.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Downtown is looking sexy. There soon will be a ton of foot traffic so I hope they open a lot of restaurants and coffee shops

Anonymous
4 months ago

Miami Worldcenter > Brickell

Azarius
4 months ago

Really ready to see this building strat to take shape. Great fill in and will add density to the skyline!

Anonymous
4 months ago

This core area is exploding wow

Anonymous
4 months ago

Meanwhile that turkish development two blocks away remains empty…

Anonymous
4 months ago

Their economy is bad and it’s not the best time for them but I support their flight from turkey, let turkey fall apart it was never a legit country, occupying stolen land for centuries

Anonymous
4 months ago

Stolen land just like any other land on Earth. There are always wars and with them come losers and winners. So yeah, not stolen but acquired. Perhaps you should move to a different planet, where things happen differently.

Anonymous
4 months ago

No they would move the goal post and claim there might be microorganisms once on that planet.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Tell that to wokies who act like indigenous peoples sprouted from the ground and only wypipo stole land.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Okan Tower was one of the best looking towers proposed in Miami. I’m still hopeful that it will be built but my hopes fade more every day, sadly.

Anonymous
4 months ago

I wonder what will happen to the parking lots in front of it🥸

Anonymous
4 months ago

It should become an extension of Ferrè Park and they should close Biscayne Blvd to traffic.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Not sure about closing Biscayne to traffic but I think there is Byscaine Green plan that will reduce lanes and create more pedestrian friendly lanes.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Biscayne Blvd needs speed bumps and traffic lights that make sense. At time it’s red for everyone😳 makes no sense. And for pedestrians, it turns green every 10 minutes and it gives you like 10 seconds to cross.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Put speed bumps on I-95 too. And a bike lane on the Turnpike. When I can think up some more dumb ideas to rival yours I’ll post them.

Anonymous
4 months ago

lol…

Anonymous
4 months ago

Highways and streets in the city center, are the exact opposite and not the same. Your comment is dumb, sorry to say that.

Anonymous
4 months ago

I believe you mean expressways (Interstate Highways and Florida’s Turnpike) versus a stretch of one of America’s most important north-south U.S. Highways. Still “streets in the city center” and residential street in Kendall are the exact opposite and not the same. There are other more effective ways at road diets. You’RE comment is dumber, sorry to say that.

Anonymous
4 months ago

^^^no dumdum, not the opposite, both are used by work commuters to get to work. This driving activity is more important than you strolling across the road to eat dinner with your boyfriend. If you wanna walk around in peace and quiet away from traffic, move to someplace like The Villages or Vero Beach. Downtowns have car traffic.

Anonymous
4 months ago

^ lol…

Anonymous
4 months ago

Hard disagree. In the core of downtown along a street that should be the most iconic in all of South Florida, comfortable and pleasant pedestrian connectivity is THE MOST important thing. Waiting an extra few minutes in traffic is WAY less important.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Bravo

Anonymous
4 months ago

Man I’ll be glad when the Legacy Miami WorldCenter tower breaks ground.

Anonymous
4 months ago

I wouldn’t hold my breath.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Um, the Legacy tower is sold out.

Anonymous
4 months ago

it’s happening on Thursday the 19th.

Anonymous
4 months ago

And no car parking!

Anonymous
4 months ago

There’s a lot of parking. But it’s hidden behind liner architecture well. I believe all parking may be valet only.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Parking for cars is provided at the base of this building.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Is this part of Miami Worldcenter?

Anonymous
4 months ago

I dunno

Anonymous
4 months ago

It is not

Anonymous
4 months ago

Please, oh please, show me the founation pilings that should have be poured first, and the footings for the vertical colums to support the building

Anonymous
4 months ago

Please oh please learn how to spell and construct a proper sentence in English.

Anonymous
4 months ago

this tower will be completed by 2023 but it could top off in a year so by 2022 we could see it on the skyline completing a new row of skyscrapers that goes from 4th to 8th st on biscayne blvd

Anonymous
4 months ago

Just what Miami needs. More concrete to assist the hot weather and make it hotter.