Here’s Exactly How Many Units The 70-Story Okan Tower Will Have

Turkish Developer Okan Group has released more details of their plans to build a tower in downtown Miami, ahead of a sales launch this week.

The 70-story Okan Tower will include:

  • 294 hotel rooms (managed by Hilton Hotels & Resorts)
  • 236 condo-hotel units, starting on level 36
  • 149 residential condo units plus 4 penthouses, starting on level 51
  • 64,000 square feet of Class A office space
  • Rooftop restaurant on level 67

Pricing will start at $318,500. Condo-hotel units will be delivered turn-key with studios, and one and two bedrooms, from 447 to 1,245 square feet. Residential offerings will include condominiums ranging from one-to-three bedrooms, plus a den, with floorplans from 698 to more than 2,071 square feet. Two floors of duplex-style penthouses will feature layouts 1,873 to more than 2,142 square feet.

Amenities include a sky pool located on the 70th floor. There will be separate high-speed elevators to access the various components.

Groundbreaking is scheduled for the fall. Construction will be funded privately by Okan, allowing them to begin construction promptly. Chairman Bekir Okan is a billionaire, according to a press release.

The Miami sales center will open May 10 at 542 North Miami Avenue, next to the project site. A 3,000 square-foot sales center opened in Istanbul May 2, including a full model residence.

 

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

Love that this tower is not another boring design. Definitely worth looking forward to getting built.

ANON
2 years ago

My favorite Tower going up in Miami.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Hold your horses, they haven’t started building this tower yet.

Anonymous
2 years ago

It seems they are going full speed with it. Sales Center almost finished. This will add value to my balcony view.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I’m glad you mentioned your balcony view. Too many people come on this site and think that “water views” are the only thing to be desired.

Anonymous
2 years ago

The rooftop restaraunt and sky deck are were its at…looks amazing!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Will it be only for residents?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Awesome tower

Anonymous
2 years ago

If the Aston Martin building can do it so can these guys. AM people paid way more for the sliver of land than these guys did and already started construction.

Anonymous
2 years ago

“64,000 square feet of Class A office space”

Amazon, are you listening?

Anonymous
2 years ago

So we need 10x this tower?

Polo
2 years ago

Amazon will need a couple of million square feet of Class A office space.

Polo
2 years ago

It look like this tower is going up. However, I think the area is not ready for prime time yet. I still think the crown look like a ….

Anonymous
2 years ago

” I still think the crown look like a …. ”

Like a penis ?

Anonymous
2 years ago

a prime time penis. lol

Anonymous
2 years ago

Mmmmmmm ??

Anonymous
2 years ago

Like a circumsiced or uncircumcised penis?

Swedish House Mafia
2 years ago

Dude (or dudette) you’re annoying in every single post. We got it, you like penises.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Because of the top curvature it will surely be THE iconic Miami tower.
This can help define and shape the direction. Everything else is that’s a square box will be opaqued.

Anonymous
2 years ago

What is a condo hotel unit?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Arriba, arriba! Bravo por los turcos…iran a traer a Tarkan para la inauguracion?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Brickell has working class and low income housing … it’s name FOUR AMBASSADORS

Anonymous
2 years ago

I’m ready to reserve my unit!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Another carpetbagger laundering money out of a corrupt country in turmoil, buyers beware, hopefully they don’t ever build this awful
monstrosity.

Magazine
2 years ago

I don’t know what the typical mix is for similar buildings, but it seems like a weird mix of hotel to residential, skewed toward too many hotel rooms. With only 149 residential condos vs. +500 hotel units, this would be just like living in a hotel – no real sense of community, and just constant turnover.

I get the hotel / condo mix, but I’d want something a bit more balanced unless you want to feel as if you just bought your own hotel room.

Anonymous
2 years ago

You’ve described nearly every Miami condo tower anyway.

mondocondo
2 years ago

How’s that? Not many condo-hotels in Miami. How are condos that largely rent their units to yearly tenants similar to a hotel with transient guests? Most condos are clamping down on airbnb too. Cheers.

Sam
2 years ago

Condo hotel units, you rent out, reserve when u need it, but you own it Nice when you are not there all the time. Residential unit you live there. Good mix.

Gene
2 years ago

?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Missing is the massive number of car parking spots…

Anonymous
2 years ago

Are you saying that’s a plus or Ami is?
Asking for a friend.

Anonymous
2 years ago

A plus or a minus.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Boy, there really are a lot of people in Miami who worry themselves to death about “parking spots.”

mondocondo
2 years ago

kind of limited mass transit in case you haven’t noticed. Cheers.

Anonymous
2 years ago

you think people having a condo in this tower would be taking mass transit?

Anonymous
2 years ago

why not?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Hey mondocum- quit stirring the shit on all the articles daily trying to start arguments by always focusing and pointing out the negative in everything. CHEERS