Grand Station Tower On Track To Open In Downtown Miami Next Spring With 300 Apartments

Grand Station, a residential tower under construction in downtown Miami, is on track to open by mid-2021, new photos show.

The tower is being built on land owned by the Miami Parking Authority in a public-private partnership with developing entity Grand Station Partners LLC.

According to a utilities deal signed in 2018, the project will include:

  • 300 apartments
  • 5,000 square feet of retail
  • 8-story garage with 369 spaces (not included in the utilities deal)

The Grand Station tower topped off this year at 31 stories, or 322 feet above ground.

The project will be completed in May 2021, according to a recent report from the Parking Authority as reported in Miami Today.

Rovr is the developer.

Zyscovich Architects and Frances Anillo Toledo are the architects.

 

 

(photos: Aaron DeMayo)

 

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Anonymous
1 month ago

This is why the Parking Authority was smart go with Rova than Mana who said he wanted to build this originally. Right now he owns the two eyesores on the same block which hes done nothing.

Watching these pictures its a shame to see how theres been a sea of development literally surrounding the CBD from every angle (Brightline, Melo’s towers, Miami World Center, PNG’s building on Biscayne, the hotel just built next to the Metromover station, Aston Martin, etc.) and the 3-4 blocks of the CBD remain absolutely disgusting and decrepit because Mana does nothing with his properties.

The day he sells or gets foreclosed on will be a glorious day in Miami histories, better than any Super Bowl. The Turd of Flagler (Manas nickname amongst locals) will have been flushed and actual developers can make the area what it once was. Heres to that day coming soon.

Anonymous
26 days ago

Where can we see what properties he owns?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Meanwhile Mana Mañana’s project directly south is still in fantasy land…

Anonymous
26 days ago

Where can we see what properties he owns?

Anonymous
1 month ago

“Mixed use”

Is it the token amount of retail or the the parking garage?

Anonymous
1 month ago

The only thing that stands out in those pictures is the green lawn designed by Maya Lin (Vietnam War Memorial) fronting the US Courthouse. https://bit.ly/39REnh8 The building is sadly utilitarian.

Anonymous
1 month ago

…and the woman in the bikini by the pool.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Booty’s too flat for me.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Maya Lin is an incredible artist.

Anonymous
1 month ago

They need to get started on that Convention Center (with a new design of course) like.. NOW!!!

Azarius
1 month ago

Nice infill and use of a old parking lot. Good PPP project!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

It was actually a small park before this building.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Why do developers put buildings in these renders that dont exist? Judging by the render at the bottom there are buildings there that are really not there in the real picture!

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s likely because in their software they’re just using pre-made buildings that are already modeled. It would cost them more to make the whole scene accurate as they would have to model each of the surrounding buildings, which isn’t necessary. The only thing that needs to be accurate is their own building. Usually with higher-end projects or a bigger developer, you’ll see they spend more time on the render to make the surrounding area accurate.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Oh goodie, More apartments*.

*Read “AirBnB Hotels”

Anonymous
1 month ago

This area has potential an as you can see has plenty of lots that can be built on.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yes.. plenty of land downtown and in Wynwood also to build on for years!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Cool, so they aren’t painting those stupid random Tetris blocks on what is otherwise a decent filler?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Stop building these ugly structures

Anonymous
1 month ago

Sorry but we’re tired of waiting for you to build those pretty structures you designed.