Goodbye, SkyRise: 1,049-Foot Entertainment Tower Has Been Cancelled By Its Developer

The developer of SkyRise Miami has given up on the project.

Jeff Berkowitz told the Herald that he abandoned plans to build the entertainment tower in 2020 after he was unable to secure financing for it.

Now, the owner of Bayside is required to find another developer for the tower or try to develop another project on the land, as part of a deal with the city.

Bayside Marketplace’s owner now appears to be the biggest winner from the SkyRise proposal. Bayside was granted an extensionon its lease of prime bayfront land at a rate that is well below market value as part of the deal.

Bayside’s lease was originally set to expire in 2030 with two 15 year extensions.

The city extended Bayside’s lease 30 years to 2060 in order to obtain the land for SkyRise. They also granted two additional extension options to Bayside (there are now four in total), totaling another 53 years.

Bayside appears to have two options under the terms of the lease: find another developer for SkyRise, or restore the site and remove anything that has been built. A statement from Berkowitz implies that the site will be restored.

If Bayside is going with the second option and restoring the site, they are still required “to use
commercially reasonable efforts to develop a proposal for a new development project on the pier in conjunction with the city.”

The deal negotiated by the city appears to allow Bayside to keep the extension regardless of what happens.

Here is a statement released by Berkowitz to the Herald:

We moved heaven and earth during almost 10 years of challenges, obstacles, and adversity. Despite everything we have endured and overcome, it is clear that given the unprecedented challenges presented by Covid-19 to the tourism, hospitality, and entertainment industries, I have no alternative but to cease construction and to abandon our efforts to build this project.

It was an enormously challenging and ambitious project, particularly for an individual. We, as a team, have spent thousands of hours planning and designing the overall SkyRise experience with some of the world’s top designers, attraction manufacturers, architects and experiential “imagineers” doing our best to make it epic, unique, successful and the symbol of the new Miami.

I started demolition of the site and constructed a brand-new pier, with upgraded utilities, for the City of Miami’s MiaMarina, something that will continue to benefit our community for years to come. I have spent very substantial sums in pursuit of this iconic project. I have not, nor will I, draw upon the millions of dollars of commitments made by some of Miami’s most respected community leaders, who shared my vision and were willing to co-invest in the project.

The project was abandoned in 2020, when it became obvious that the search for financing was futile. In 2021, we have been focused on our continuing obligation to plan, permit and restore the site to its original condition as a parking lot.

 

 

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Anonymous
1 month ago

Bayside has gotten extremely sad, unless you are an unaware tourist, there is no reason to go there. They desperately need to drive attendance with better restaurants, more exciting retail mix, pop-ups, etc. Look at the Miami Design District, they are doing a good job on this.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Bayside Market needs to do a full redesign of the whole space.

Shawn Kouri
1 month ago

Nobody wants to go to Bayside. It’s already as boring as it is. All there is is a Ferris wheel. Just the fairest wheel isn’t enough. This project Hass to be back on the cards.

Anonymous
1 month ago

the worse thing about bayside it’s how tacky it is

Anonymous
1 month ago

Not in my opinion.
The worst thing about Bayside is how the government lease and the Bayside Foundation control the tenant mix with artificial barriers to a free market.
Quotas and special contracts make it that stupid ideas dominate half the kiosks and the rent for stupid ideas is lower than the rent for Hooters.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I’m no “unaware tourist”, and there may be a reason that you have not thought of yet.
For those people (like me) who live in Brickell and love to walk along the Bayfront to see a Heat game, or to visit the museums or Performing Arts Center, Bayside is right along the way.

It is a spectacular location, nice marina, and one of the most popular outdoor malls in the US by attendance. Not many stores or restaurants that I like, but I do not expect the world to be me.

Comparing Bayside to Design District doesn’t make sense. They are different and serve differenc crowds.

Bayside is ALWAYS busy. Design District does not have to be to be successful.

Anonymous
1 month ago

You are in the point. For mass tourism its not bad. Its not my style either but i have seen so much worst tourist markets all over the world.

Shawn Kouri
1 month ago

A $ 30 million to $ 45 million renovation at Bayside marketplace cannot happen without SkyRise! Honestly.

Agree?
Or disagree?

Share your honest thoughts below..

Azarius
1 month ago

This is going to make a lot of ppl happy but we really need a Eiffel Tower for Miami and the location was Perfect! Design just wasn’t it

Azarius
1 month ago

We’ll take the Tulip from London 🤣😂

Anonymous
1 month ago

Look, the purpose of the tower is not what haters of the design disapprove of. The tower itself would look much sleeker if that loopy part had not been designed in it. If that front and back had the same design characteristics, then the tower would look much, much, better in my opinion. And just to add this in, I’ve been up in the Eiffel Tower twice.. you do have a beautiful over view of Paris, but over looking the city is all you can do in it besides eat in that restaurant in it.

Shawn Kouri
1 month ago

Agreed. There’s gonna have to be a petition or something to get the project back in the cards because they can’t just give up now. The economy is coming back. We are getting back to normal. Tourism is coming back. The workforce is coming back with some challenges. Financing is coming back. Why would they cancel this project all of the sudden? We saw a report the other day about the website being removed and some permits being canceled. That was an indication of some thing relating to the project being canceled completely. Look, there are many banks that can give the construction financing needed to continue on with this project like Bank of America, Softbank, JP Morgan Chase Bank, TD Bank, LI Bank, Goldman Sachs, BB&T Bank, CitiBank, Continental Bank and you have some other financial start ups that I’ve been able to give financing to other projects in Miami despite the pandemic. I don’t understand why would they cancel something like this. With where we are with the economy coming back to normal right now, this is considered negligent if you just go and cancel this tower all of the sudden. Like I said before, tourism is coming back. The economy is coming back. Financing is coming back. Businesses are coming back. The workforce is coming back. The restaurant industry is coming back. The hospitality industry is coming back. Real estate is on fire and continuing to burst in the flames with more people buying houses and condos. More tech jobs are coming here. This means more families are coming here. It makes sense to have more entertainment options in downtown Miami for families with children. Seriously. Bayside marketplace is already as boring as it is and the only family attraction is the Ferris wheel. It really doesn’t require as much costs as a traditional condo tower of this height, a hotel, or office tower. It’s not like the megamall where it’s so costly that it would be even harder to get financing for it. And it’s most certainly not like that project that was supposed to be built on Watson Island that was supposed to be the worlds tallest building at 3000 feet which was going to be 22 billion which is 10 to 20 times harder to get financing for. I get that it would cause major traffic and there may be a lack of parking but it makes perfect sense. I also forgot to mention that our only other entertainment options in downtown Miami are the Patricia and Philip Frost Museum of Science and the Pérez Art Museum and sky views Miami Ferris wheel, plus the FTX Arena, formally known as the AAA which only has certain events during a certain time of the year like when the Miami Heat has their basketball season. Everything else is either in Aventura, Brickell, South Beach Miami, the Adrian Arsht center of the performing arts TopGolf, Jungle Island, zoo Miami, Monkey Jungle which is all the way down in Homestead of all places and the rest of the entertainment is all the way up in Orlando in Walt Disney World, and universal which are a 4-Hour drive North from Miami by the way. It really doesn’t make any sense to me that they would just go and randomly cancel what was supposed to be an iconic tower and a gleaming landmark to making Miami a better place for families.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Berkowitz depended on EB-5 money mostly from Asia to build his dream project.

Anonymous
1 month ago

“Berkowitz depended on EB-5 money mostly from Asia to build his dream project.”
Not true.
MOSTLY would have gotten the project done. The EB5 was certainly part of the capital stack, but only a part of the equity.

Sadly, this man and his family devoted a lot of his own money to this vision.

My hope is that everyone who posts on this thread has the cajones to attempt something so ambitious. Not many will succeed, but stepping out of the comfort zone to do something so amazing is part of what the American Dream is all about.

peej
1 month ago

Was this written by Billy Madison? I can’t believe I wasted my time reading such nonsensical rambling…

Anonymous
1 month ago

thanks, i came here for the summary. I didn’t read it as I got tired after the first sentence.

Afi k. James
1 month ago

Your opinion, but the economy is not as back to normal as you libturds and rinos think it is, it has gotten much worse thanks to high inflation

Anonymous
1 month ago

It hasn’t gone back to normal, you’re right. The economy has evolved and purred into its highest growth in the past 7 decades. Jobs are filling back in slowly. Q1 growth was 6.4%. And all of our projects are coming back. But, effects of the pandemic like stay at home working and different ways of thinking about how we live, work, and play are definitely aftereffects.

POLO
1 month ago

We need another better designed tower. Bayside is the number one tourist attraction in Miami. I think an observation tower with restaurants, and other entertaiment venous will eventually be a great success for that location.

Anonymous
1 month ago

They should do a giant dolphin Flipper tower.

Anonymous
1 month ago

They should do a giant Golden Girls tower. Like the Statue of Liberty only of Betty White.

Shawn Kouri
1 month ago

I agree. Somebody should create a movement to save this project. Or at least a petition. Whatever. I don’t care. I was in full support of this project. And you know what? I’m surprised the local media never said anything about the cancellation except the Miami Herald. Anyway, there is no reason to give up now because look at where we are as of July 2021. Financing is coming back so which means it will be much easier to finance. That FB5 program whatever that program is called might be saved now that we got someone new in the White House, tourism is coming back, now near records in the number of visitors in a single month, and most of all the economy is coming back. We need more entertainment and tourist attractions that are meant to attract families with kids because look at all of those families coming in and moving here from New York and California, as well as Washington, and Illinois. A cancellation like this is no match for Miami during these current times.

Hector Rivera
1 month ago

In my opinion, it all seems to be nothing more than a smoke & mirror ploy, intended solely to dupe and cheat the taxpayers into the justification of extending the lease at substandard rates.

Casey
1 month ago

Sad!

Anonymous
1 month ago

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Shawn Kouri
1 month ago

Call the developer!

Anonymous
1 month ago

More like call Bayside Corp

Shawn Kouri
1 month ago

Who is responsible for this cancellation of what was supposed to be one of the worlds most iconic landmarks? Tell me. Who is to blame?

Not including the pandemic

John nyc /Miami
1 month ago

Build it. Parisians hated the Eiffel Tower in the beginning now you can’t imagine Paris with out it. The same with the cm tower in Toronto and the space needle in Seattle. Miami needs to build this or something as iconic as the tokio sky tree. What a mistake in letting this project go. Sky rise would’ve been a game changer for downtown Miami. Stop listening to the whiners They get nothing done. You move to a downtown in any major city and complain about the noise ? Move to the country then and stop trying to stop progress. Build sky rise or something as iconic. This project had so much to offer to bayside and downtown Miami. What a shame. I hope it gets picked up.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Berkowitz is a man. He is not a whiny little blog commenter who does nothing.
I agree John NYC.
This was a fantastic engineering feat, and would have been an observation tower, ballroom, restaurant, club, retail center, attraction, theater, that would easily “out Eiffel, Eiffel”.

Shawn Kouri
1 month ago

John. Please tell Berkowitz. And tell Bayside. Bring it back. Bayside marketplace was supposed to get a renovation. I don’t think they can move forward with renovations without this iconic landmark. 😭😂😂😂 hhhhhhhhhhhhh

Anonymous
1 month ago

Ha!.. you guys are a trip. Berkowitz was way over his head with that comical looking Skyrise tower and his other questionable ideas that didn’t come to fruition.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The proposed renovation was hideous. It looked like a poor man’s BCC. Call it tacky all you want, buy Bayside Marketplace aged pretty well for being thirty-five years old.

The people who whine about commercial properties u
1 month ago

Anonymous

q anon anonymous
1 month ago

Thank God, we dodged a bullet. Now I hope we can rid ourselves of the stupid mall in the Everglades

Shawn Kouri
1 month ago

Oh come on!! Why??? You can’t just give up now. Tourism is coming back. Companies are once again ready to get financing. So why on earth would this happen?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Tourism will be even more once this would have been finished. I feel it’s just an excuse to hide their failure. Blame it on something else. Typical.

Anonymous
1 month ago

EVERYTHING is covid!!….even poor customer service…!

Anonymous
1 month ago

I am so upset. This was going to be an amazing structure. Every major city has a spectacular observatory tower and we were finally getting one. Who knows how long it will be until we get one now🙄

Shawn Kouri
1 month ago

What’s going to happen with it now?

Shawn Kouri
1 month ago

Call Bayside. Or the developer..

Anonymous
1 month ago

Excellent!!!!!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Good, maybe unpopular opinion, but I did not like it.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Good, bye

Anonymous
1 month ago

Goodbye to your dictionary too.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Great news to start off the week!

Anonymous
1 month ago

I loved the design and I still hope another developer will pick up the project and bring it to term. Whatever happens, I just hope we aren’t looking at another 10 years of talk and no action.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Design is horrendous.. it would’ve made other people from around the world go WTF?!!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

No it wouldn’t.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Good thing it wasn’t built to find out who would be right.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The Dildo is Gone!!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Where did you hide it?🍑

La Condesa de San Ignacio
1 month ago

No, it’s on my night stand!

anonymous
1 month ago

so no more circus act on City owned property?

Anonymous
1 month ago

hey Mr Berkowitz ,come to hialeah papi, build skyrise in palm ave ,hialeah cheap land , no red tape, hialeah no tacky hialeah classy and yes we speak the best englizsz in miami dade county

Anonymous
1 month ago

Lol… you can have it and him.

Anonymous
1 month ago

So we are left with that stupid wheel now? Bayside Market better step it up!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Heyyyy!!!.. that Ferris Wheel is iconic….

anonymous
1 month ago

Truth is that the incompetent Trump Administration nearly killed the EB-5 program to which Berkowitz had no viable Plan B to finance this. The true impact of the Trump administration will be felt for years to come, this is but one victim. Now Biden has to redefine the EB-5 program and clean up the mess left by the prior idiot in chief.

https://therealdeal.com/miami/2021/06/28/trouble-in-eb-5-land-congress-at-impasse-on-extension/

Anonymous
1 month ago

God forbid Trump, a developer, supported American construction and we had a construction boom…

Anonymous
1 month ago

Trump senior was a NYC developer, Trump junior is just his lucky spoiled male brat.

Shawn Kouri
1 month ago

We have to get Jeff Berkowitz to at least change his mind………. SAVE SKYRISE MIAMI!!

The builder
1 month ago

No millionaire would finance this horrible project I think a Eiffel Tower or shanghai Oriental Pearl TV Tower would be perfect.. has the exact amenities just as skyrise Miami but much more nicer..

Anonymous
1 month ago

Everyone said this would happen from the beginning 😂

Shawn Kouri
1 month ago

Seriously??? I can’t believe these people let this happen. I mean come on!!! Why????

Listen. There’s gonna have to be a petition or something to get the project back in the cards because they can’t just give up now. The economy is coming back. We are getting back to normal. Tourism is coming back. The workforce is coming back with some challenges. Financing is coming back. Why would they cancel this project all of the sudden? We saw a report the other day about the website being removed and some permits being canceled. That was an indication of some thing relating to the project being canceled completely. Look, there are many banks that can give the construction financing needed to continue on with this project like Bank of America, Softbank, JP Morgan Chase Bank, TD Bank, LI Bank, Goldman Sachs, BB&T Bank, CitiBank, Continental Bank and you have some other financial start ups that I’ve been able to give financing to other projects in Miami despite the pandemic. I don’t understand why would they cancel something like this. With where we are with the economy coming back to normal right now, this is considered negligent if you just go and cancel this tower all of the sudden. Like I said before, tourism is coming back. The economy is coming back. Financing is coming back. Businesses are coming back. The workforce is coming back. The restaurant industry is coming back. The hospitality industry is coming back. Real estate is on fire and continuing to burst in the flames with more people buying houses and condos. More tech jobs are coming here. This means more families are coming here. It makes sense to have more entertainment options in downtown Miami for families with children. Seriously. Bayside marketplace is already as boring as it is and the only family attraction is the Ferris wheel. It really doesn’t require as much costs as a traditional condo tower of this height, a hotel, or office tower. It’s not like the megamall where it’s so costly that it would be even harder to get financing for it. And it’s most certainly not like that project that was supposed to be built on Watson Island that was supposed to be the worlds tallest building at 3000 feet which was going to be 22 billion which is 10 to 20 times harder to get financing for. I get that it would cause major traffic and there may be a lack of parking but it makes perfect sense. I also forgot to mention that our only other entertainment options in downtown Miami are the Patricia and Philip Frost Museum of Science and the Pérez Art Museum and sky views Miami Ferris wheel, plus the FTX Arena, formally known as the AAA which only has certain events during a certain time of the year like when the Miami Heat has their basketball season. Everything else is either in Aventura, Brickell, South Beach Miami, the Adrian Arsht center of the performing arts TopGolf, Jungle Island, zoo Miami, Monkey Jungle which is all the way down in Homestead of all places and the rest of the entertainment is all the way up in Orlando in Walt Disney World, and universal which are a 4-Hour drive North from Miami by the way. It really doesn’t make any sense to me that they would just go and randomly cancel what was supposed to be an iconic tower and a gleaming landmark to making Miami a better place for families. Miami is more of a party town for adults to begin with. It is now a city that is pushing hard to become a place for anyone including families with kids of all ages. SkyRise Miami it’s supposed to be an iconic landmark for such a push. Let’s not forget that we already lost boomers. The youth fair only comes in March and April. Families only get to see it once a year. And let’s not forget about the Megamall. That is supposed to be an iconic landmark for families with children with an indoor waterpark, a small theme park with amusement park, ice-skating rink, indoor submarine ride, and ski slope indoors. This is an iconic landmark that is supposed to be built near my house in Miami Lakes. The megamall. That is the American Dream Mall that might never be built. This is kind of our only alternative. My dad likes skydiving, so he might like bungee jumping. He also likes rock climbing. This project was supposed to have a climbing wall. I also like looking at the views. I have to go to New York City to go up onto the observation deck of the Empire State building. With this 1050 foot tower at Bayside marketplace in downtown Miami, I wouldn’t have had to get a flight and hotel room and fly two hours to New York City just to see views like that. Not only that, this is the first of its kind in which you can come to this project on your boat. So my dad can come up with the family on his boat if they wanted to while I’ll come with somebody in the car. So it really doesn’t make sense to me. They did not have to cancel this. Especially now. There was no reason to cancel as of June 2021. It just makes no sense. This didn’t have to happen. Really!! What are they going to do with the site now? Leave it the way it is or turn it back into a parking lot? How can you even restore the site anyways? The peers are already in. You may as well just spend the next 3 to 5 years going back to looking for financing from every single bank you can think of and get the project back in the cards and start construction and have it completed by the end of the decade. Seriously.

Shawn Kouri
1 month ago

Oh and by the way, bayside marketplace can go out of business by canceling this project. This is a big blow to Bayside marketplace, the overall vibe of the area which has nothing but condos and two museums and an arena. The overall foot traffic in that area is basically nothing. Such a big blow like this it’s far more worse than painful.

Shawn Kouri
1 month ago

I’m just being honest. Canceling this is an even bigger waste than the controversy in my opinion. What do you guys think?

Shawn Kouri
1 month ago

Oh and by the way. This tower was supposed to be built through pre-fabrication toward the end using Modular construction and have it delivered on a barge and assembled on site. That actually allows the building to be built much faster and with a better quality. The building would also be more durable in a hurricane and it’s more sustainable. Prefabrication is the future of building by the way. So why can’t Jeffrey Berkowitz and Roe Berkowitz get back at it again and why would they just cancel now? By the way the Marriott convention center at Miami Worldcenter, which was supposed to be the projects most iconic and most important hotel at the 27.5 acre mixed use development had also been canceled. Again, canceling a project so big like that is a complete waste of money. It’s an even bigger waste of money. MDM is responsible for that because they kept on putting it off for so long.. Canceling projects like these are no longer an option, and with Miami’s tourism industry making a come back and the economy making a come back really fast from the COVID-19 pandemic, canceling is no longer an option. Matter fact they should make it illegal to cancel large scale hotels like The Marriott, or amusement parks like sky Rise Miami that are in the works. That shouldn’t be allowed during times when Miami is breaking all time record‘s post pandemic. Canceling large scale projects like this is bad business indeed, A monument of miss management of plans. It’s a far bigger loss of money and financing then putting it off, and therefore there goes your money and you could have a higher chance of going bankrupt. Tell that to Jeffrey Berkowitz The Next Miami. That goes for all of those who share their thoughts in the comment section too.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Perfect spot for a resort casino or just a casino.

John nyc /Miami
1 month ago

Degenerate. You rather see a casino than an iconic structure ?

Shawn Kouri
1 month ago

Yyyyyyeahhhhhh!!!!!! I prefer what was going to be one of the worlds most iconic landmarks better. It would be a great idea. Especially from Miami Dade County Public schools. Come back sky rise Miami. Please come back.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yeah, just throw up another so-called “iconic structure” and that’ll suffice for Miami’s spurious tourism industry.

Don’t build resort casinos, don’t extend and run the Metromover through new routes, don’t bring in a new idea for Melreese golf course, don’t, don’t, don’t, don’t, don’t…

For a city that’s thought of as so much more, it’s no wonder that in reality Miami is mired in mediocrity.

peej
1 month ago

Holy shit Shawn, this comment is even worse. No one cares that your father bungee jumps & would prefer to arrive by boat…

Anonymous
1 month ago

Ok I dont read long comments because I can assure you this is a long rant.

Anonymous
1 month ago

^^^Shawn….you had a misspelling in sentence #285.

Shawn Kouri
1 month ago

It may have been the talk and text feature. I actually meant that some people didn’t really want to go to Bayside to begin with before this Ferris wheel was built. Think about it, that place needs renovations. It’s cool but the structure is outdated. I’m not even sure if bayside marketplace can even move forward with the renovation plans or any future renovation without SkyRise Miami. 400 million bucks to 800 million. It’s really not that much to even not obtain financing and is simply not enough to cancel a project like this. This is supposed to be the most iconic landmark in all of Miami and one of the worlds most iconic landmarks. I mean, who can you blame for the cancellation. COVID-19 yes but who is responsible? Who caused it? The question is now, who else is going to build SkyRise Miami. If Berkowitz he’s going to cancel this project, hand the plans, the design, renderings, and permits over to another developer at least. Really! It makes me sick to my stomach. They can’t just give up now.

Anonymous
1 month ago

lol…

iFlyMIA
1 month ago

Of course. What a joke. Would’ve been nice to have. Different.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Good riddance. That tower was hideous and it would have been an eyesore impacting the skyline of the city of Miami. Make it a nice pier and park for all residents and pets to enjoy!

Anonymous
1 month ago

All eyes on the Waldorf Astoria. Q1 Fy 2021 or bust

frank
1 month ago

Thanks God. That was a monster

Anonymous
1 month ago

I can see Godzilla looking at it right now and going WTF while scratching his head. lol…

Shawn Kouri
1 month ago

Makes me sick to my stomach. What’s the next thing to be canceled? The Megamall? Yo!!!

NYC Loves Miami
1 month ago

After Resorts World and Skyrise not being built, if Marriott convention center gets canceled, I might have to take a break from TNM.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Are you talking about that hotel/convention center that was proposed when my kid was three years old and now she’s seventeen?

Anonymous
1 month ago

So sad
It would have looked amazing and the contrast with the Waldorf Astoria sure was going to be stunning

Anonymous
1 month ago

“It would have looked amazing?”

lol….

Anonymous
1 month ago

After the Surfside tragedy, there may be a lot of rethinking about building massive structures on a foundation of porous oolitic limestone with salt water intrusion as the sea levels rise. If the proposed Ritz Carlton, which looks like a toddlers’ stack of blocks, across from Bayside, is built, who would be fearless enough to live in the top black?

These nuts
1 month ago

One old poorly maintained condo collapses so we now all need to move into single story buildings yeah sure thing makes sense

Dumb idea
1 month ago

So predictable. The ugly tower on a tiny artificial site was never going to be profitable. Except for the slimy lobbyist attorney Neisan Kasden. He made a fortune.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Sniff, bye giant money clip, sniff sniff….