Foundation Pours Completed At 44-Story Five Park, 38-Story Nema

Foundation pours were completed in recent weeks at two more Miami towers, with both now going vertical.

Nema Miami’s foundation is now in place, with plans for the tower to top off at 38 stories, or 430-feet.

Nema will include 588 apartments, a 42,030 square foot Whole Foods supermarket, and 748 parking spaces.

In Miami Beach, a foundation is now in place for Five Park.

Five Park will rise 44-story tower, or 546 feet – making it the tallest in Miami Beach.

It is planned to have 280 residential units.

Both towers are being designed by Arquitectonica.

Crescent Heights is the developer of Nema. Terra Group and GFO Investments are the developers of Five Park.

 

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(bottom photo: douglas elliman)

 

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Jeff Stryker
1 month ago

Five Park is a solid development. The new park is awesome.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I love the new park

Anonymous
1 month ago

Meanwhile, Nema is shite and a literal crackbox. You’d think it would have a Walmart Neighborhood Market or Whole Foods with that cheap looking architecture, despite being the same architect.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Can’t wait for the bridge to connect to south pointer park across the causeway

Anonymous
1 month ago

This will be a game changer! Lots of walking/Biking will be unlocked.

Anonymous
1 month ago

“Lots of walking (in the heat and humidity)/Biking (another moving target in this county) will be unlocked.”

lol…

chancleta
1 month ago

very true…bike riders are often killed on mcarthur causeway….i dare any of the down voters here to try riding a bike on alton or biscayne any afternoon

Anonymous
1 month ago

Could you elaborate please? Is the MacArthur going to connect to this park or South Pointe? Are they going to install safe bicycle infrastructure so it isn’t a death trap to bike on the causeway? Generally interested! Thanks

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s only a pedestrian bridge going over the causeway to connect the marina to the new park. This has nothing to do with biking on the causeway itself.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Five Park will be a spectacular addition to the great West Avenue neighborhood in SoBe.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Two great towers, Nema, with the excellent Whole Foods, in Edgewather and Five Park, in Miami Beach, with the excellent park and beautiful view of the beach and bay.

Conno Sir
1 month ago

Thank God an alternative to Publix this side of the city.

Anonymous
1 month ago

You mean “God” really has something to do with it?

Truth Matters
1 month ago

My friend, God has something to do with everything.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Well, God did kill everybody and everything of earth except Noah and his family and the animals aboard an ark.

But tell me.. If God crated all these galaxies, which astronomers already know there’s over 200 billion of them in the universe with each having untold stars and planets orbiting them.. why should anything with that kind of unfathomable power be concerned with the kind of grocery store an area on the planet earth get?

bob
1 month ago

What do they sell at Whole Foods that they don’t sell at Publix ?

Albert
1 month ago

Goat’s butter

Anonymous
1 month ago

Not Sedanos or Welfaremart either.

Casey
1 month ago

Miami Beach winning!

Anonymous
1 month ago

so architectonica pedestrian crap… shameful.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Must be nice to live in a Peruvian talent-less architecutural bubble…..

Foreshadower
1 month ago

A Bit Boxy

Melo is Sigma and Chad
1 month ago

It’s not

soup joo moo
1 month ago

it is…..admitting vs denial is the first step…..