Enrique Norten ‘High-Design’ Apartment Project Planned Across From Midtown Miami

A developer has announced plans for an apartment project across from Midtown Miami, designed by a “world-renowned architect.”

The new apartment building is planned to be “high design,” said Asi Cymbal, Chairman of developer Cymbal DLT Companies.

“Typically, you would experience this level of design from a high-end condominium project or an art museum.”

Mexican architect Enrique Norten and his firm Ten Arquitectos will design the new complex, which will 350,000 square feet.

The eight-story project will have 203 apartments, ground floor retail, and a rooftop pool and bar.

State-of-the-art features such as hands-free access to units, noise attenuation elements, and air purification, sterilization and ionization systems that are 99% effective against Covid.

Cymbal said it closed on a $17.5 million loan from New Wave Loans today, allowing it to buy out its partner in the property and make the site shovel ready.

The new property will be built around current tenant The Sylvester. Other retailers that will remain on-site include Saccaro, Dāek Thai Eatery, and a ghost kitchen location for REEF Neighborhood Kitchens.

Cymbal DLT will move its headquarters from the property to its Riverwalk Raintree Residences when it is complete in 2025, but will have a satellite office in the new Midtown Miami building. An interim headquarters is planned at its Oasis Pointe in Dania Beach.

Groundbreaking across from Midtown Miami is planned for late 2023.

 

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Melo is sigma and Chad
6 days ago

Now more and more towers will be rediating from Midtown. Eventually there will be density connecting edgewater midtown and wynwood

Anonymous
6 days ago

Sounds like a truly unique offering in a great location!

anon
6 days ago

The northern part of the urban core (MWC, A&E/OMNI, Edgewater, Midtown, Wynwood, DD) is the future of Miami.

Anonymous
6 days ago

Yes it is.. but they need to cut it out with the “eight story” height and give us some 10, 12, and 15 story structures in those areas also.

Melo is sigma and Chad
6 days ago

Yeah the area already has towers three blocks away that are 30 stories. this should be taller.

anon
6 days ago

They will be fleshed out mostly with gentle density (like wynwood) with towers closer to the east.

Anonymous
5 days ago

Eight stories is the transition zone between high-rise and low-rise.

Casey
6 days ago

I’m confused when they say it’s being built around The Sylvester

Melo is sigma and Chad
6 days ago

Is that place any good ?

Antennae
6 days ago

It’s a great location.
Walking paradise to Midtown, DD

Anonymous
6 days ago

The Sylvester is awesome. It’s pretty low-key in non-peak hours, but on Friday and Saturday it really picks up around 10-11. Definitely check it out for a unique cocktail bar experience.

Antennae
6 days ago

Trusting 10 Arquitectos to come up with a good design. They do beautiful work

Melo, a true Giga Chad
5 days ago

awesome location and I’m surprised not more developers are building here

Anon
6 days ago

FYI – Cymbal is hiring if anyone is interested. Several positions available. Currently have a $1B+ pipeline.

Anonymous
4 days ago

Midtown Winning.

EngineEar
1 day ago

TEN Arquirectos..does that mean only ten people work there
Thank You I’m here all week 🙂
Bad Jokes aside, I love their work of long cantilevers and Vierendeels

Anonymous
5 days ago

The same man and his firm that designed 300 Ashland in Brooklyn? Yuck! They could even outdo Arquitectonica with irregular, Swiss cheese jailhouse windows cereal boxes.

Anonymous
5 days ago

I hope they design, approve, and build more buildings that look like “cereal boxes with jailhouse windows” just to piss you off!

Anonymous
4 days ago

lol

EngineEar
1 day ago

and 2000 Ocean by Hallandale

Anonymous, of course
6 days ago

Oh no, they’ll have a lot of boomers and Karens moving in and complaining about the noise. Can we limit the building to 50 and under? The geeezers get their 60 plus communities, why can’t we keep the oldies out? We all remember the ads for, for example, Cynergi in Wynwood. They advertised it as young and trendy. Jimmyz restaurant opened in the lobbies and had parties, and the oldsters complained about music and noise. So there went that. To think we stayed in during the rona to help protect that generation…

Anon
6 days ago

Ageism much?

OK Boomer
5 days ago

Yes, we’re tired of your generation living so long and keeping your foolish beliefs in circulation. Why do you get to have 55 over communities and we can’t have any under 40 spaces? Just kick the bucket and expedite the supposed inheritance money

real estate BS
5 days ago

THAT’S CRUEL, YOU PROUD OF YOURSELF?

Anonymous
5 days ago

By the time I was in my mid 20s I had a 50 hr/week career job and didn’t want to come home to noisy neighbors…. you must be one of those 30somethings stuck in a slacker job still trying to relive your golden franernity years at Party U.

Anonymous
5 days ago

^
lol…

Anonymous
3 days ago

Don’t worry. It’s not your fault. Smh

Plato
2 days ago

Did someone really appoint you the spokesperson for young and dumb?

The smart young people are doing fine without your services.

Anonymous
6 days ago

Well I guess we all should be paying $1800 mo.for a 1br apt just to be up all night listening to loud obscene garbage music being played so some “daddies little girls and mommies little boys” can think that because they were born a few years ago, this earth and everybody on it over 45 should be worshiping them.

Anonymous
6 days ago

Yes, but honestly, where are you paying $1,800/month for a 1br nowadays? Not in Wynwood or anywhere else in the Urban Core.

Anonymous
6 days ago

^
Which means that the more you pay for an apartment, the more you want quiet when you’re going to sleep.

“Jimmyz restaurant opened in the lobbies and had parties, and the oldsters complained about music and noise”

I bet those “oldsters” who complained weren’t trying to run Jimmyz restaurant away.. they just wanted him to turn down the music some and put some kind of check on the loud crowd.

OK Boomer
5 days ago

Well I think it’s a fair tradeoff for helping clean you up or taking time off to take you to a doctor’s appointment,

Anonymous
5 days ago

^
Well I guess at 2 months old, you changed your own shitty diapers, wiped your own snotty nose, took yourself to doctors appointments, and dodged bullets in wars for this country. For at least 18 years of your life, somebody fed you, clothe you, provided someplace for you to safely lay your head… and now the same people who did all that should just – “kick the bucket and expedite the supposed inheritance money” – because after all the hard work they did to make sure your life was comfortable as possible while working hard at accumulating whatever they have they should now just get out of your way and die and hand down to you something because young lazyass selfish pricks like you think the world revolves around you? I’m sure that if the parents that raised you found out who you are and read what you wrote, they would be and feel very ashamed they produced such a pitiful soul like you.

New Generation
5 days ago

Riddle me this then why do you want to deny my generation the same freebies you get? Because it’s called UBI instead of Social Security?

Anonymous
5 days ago

^
Your generation?

First, tell me, what is YOUR generation?

New Generation
5 days ago

Generation X..the overlooked generation, the first casualty of the excesses perpetrated by the boomers. Y’all were able to go to college practically for free or a part time job. We were stuck with student loans. The entry level jobs y’all built up your money? You offshored those to other parts of the world to fatten your portfolio. Thus every penny we made we have had to fight for it, unlike the easy life boomers and those before had.

Anonymous
5 days ago

I am GenX… fortunate to have lived through the greatest stock market bull run in all of history, I took advantage of this great fortune by investing in the market and it has made me relatively well-off. I also did not have the life disruption of being drafted into a war like my father and grandfather were. I launched my career in the prosperous 1990s, though the job market is even better now.

Thing us, I see opportunity and take advantage. You look around for things to keep you down and ways to feel sorry for yourself. Your problem is not with others, it’s in the mirror.

Plato
2 days ago

I am of GenX, but I was too busy creating economic value and building healthy long term relationships to ever have felt so self absorbed to feel “overlooked”. I voluntarily took out student loans and I paid them back.
I am eternally grateful for the great friends and mentors that laid the exceptional framework for my personal and financial growth.

Apart for the vocal minority of nitwits who have no clue about how great our lives are today compared to 50, 100, or 1,000 years ago this is an absolutely amazing time to be alive in Miami.

New Generation
5 days ago

“https://www.resource1.com/gen-x-and-the-great-resignation/

en Xers have lived through pivotal, life-shaping moments, including the stock market crash of 1987, the fall of Communism, the Gulf War, AIDS, the dot com crash of the early 2000s, 9/11, and many others. Then came the Great Recession, a period from 2007 to 2009 that saw one of the deepest downturns in the U.S. economy since World War II. Triggered by the collapse of the housing market, the recession was deeply traumatic for younger Gen Xers, who accounted for 75% of people who purchased their homes in 2000 or later—otherwise known as the heyday of the real estate bubble. After paying peak prices and taking on more mortgage debt than previous generations, Gen Xers ultimately lost 45% of their wealth by 2010, and many lost their homes entirely…

Thus our resentment is not in vain…

Anonymous
5 days ago

…. and now you got arguably the tightest job market ever with 2 job openings for every person looking for work……

….also, how was the fall of Communism tramatic for you? Are you a Putin troll?

Call it like I see it
5 days ago

It’s a general statement and quoting from an article. The job market has been good, yes, but I’m a big believer in fair play. The previous generation had a lot of things handed to them on a silver platter and they yanked the ladder away from ours. Why should they not be called to account on it?

Speaking of Putin, he started drafting people. People COMPLAINED and now they made an exception for those with white collar jobs. Why should Russian men die for an old man’s ego trip in the Ukraine? Why should we give up times / places to have drinks and disconnect just to make the elders’ life easier? Last I heard they used to have big power lunches, now we get rushed into quick chipotle lunches.

Anonymous
5 days ago

^Baby Boomers entered the workforce en masse in the 70s and 80s, when unemployment rates averaged roughly double what they are now. And you think you got screwed?

Plato
2 days ago

Handed to them on a silver platter?

Yeah, all they had to do was land on the beaches of Normandy, see dozens of their buddies die and they got the GI Bill.

The way that foolishness was flowing, I thought that Ok Boomer was 13 or 14 years old and interested in his government class. Your are a Gen X’er!?!?

That is born around 1965-1980. Why you so mad….fix your face.

Plato
2 days ago

Tough times make tough men. Tough men make easy times. Easy times make weak men. Weak men whine complain and want UBI.

Anonymous
2 days ago

Look, we want to make a lot of noise where ever we go!

– The Loud and Dumb Generation

Anonymous
5 days ago

SS is paid into. UBI is a straight freebie handout. Get a job, pay into SS.

Anonymous
5 days ago

So much for diversity and inclusion.

Anonymous
5 days ago

I thought you stayed in during the “rona” because the so-called man of science with raspy voice on TV told you so. That… and an excuse to work at home.

OK Boomer
5 days ago

Supposedly it was to “stop the spread” to protect the “medically vulnerable” grandma and grandpa

Anonymous
2 days ago

^
Haha.. he was left in the woods when he was born and raised by wolves. Poor baby never knew who his real grandpas and grandmas were.

Dummy
5 days ago

Well some people have jobs and work remotely. Miami is not just a party town. I’m 29 btw.

OK Boomer
5 days ago

The (((New York Finance Bros))) that came and ruined wynwood from the artistic class

Plato
2 days ago

Hahaha.
Odds are that you will get older. The odds seem much slimmer that you will get any smarter.

Anonymous
2 days ago

^
Who cares about getting smarter?.. I want the world to get NOISIER as I get older!

– The Loud and Dumb Generation