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Hundreds Of New Residents Are About To Begin Moving Into Newly Completed Canvas Condo Tower

Hundreds Of New Residents Are About To Begin Moving Into Newly Completed Canvas Condo Tower

Another Miami condo project has reached completion, with hundreds of new residents soon to be moving in.

Canvas, which is at least 85% sold, is set to begin closings in the coming days, brokers say.

The 37-story project includes 512 condos.

A rooftop bar is planned, as well as a ground floor restaurant.

 

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Anonymous
Anonymous

the rooftop bar should have amazing views as it is the only high rise in the area

Anonymous
Anonymous

The rooftop bar is going to be the best place to look below and watch your car get broken into!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Hundreds of people moving into this and Melo’s buildings. We’ll soon see this area explode with new construction.

Anonymous
Anonymous

That’s the plan… more projects on the way.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Hopefully they use the metromover 🙂

Anonymous
Anonymous

Why not?.. it’s free!

Anonymous
Anonymous

segefredo on first floor….great…hope rooftop venue joins in soon

Andres
Andres

85% sold, nice new rental building in Miami… no one is flipping their units any time soon….

Anonymous
Anonymous

Are they “moving in” or are these just shadow investers from Russia like all of the rest of new Miami real estate?

Anonymous
Anonymous

That building sat vacant for the last 3 months. I wonder if they informed the residents of the reason it took so long to finally open?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Um, maybe because of finishing touches and testing….

Anonymous
Anonymous

It takes two months to test a building? Tell the Melo company that. This project took much longer.

Dokter
Dokter

Melo tests after the residents move in

Anonymous
Anonymous

That’s right, I forgot he’s a law breaker.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Um, aren’t the Melo’s building apartment buildings while Canvas is a condo building?

Miami Realist
Miami Realist

Cool.. more traffic. Now lets see how many cars will be broken into and people being mugged at night. jk eventually it will become a great area.

Anonymous
Anonymous

a good test to see who is willing to walk one block surrounded by nothing to a metro mover station in miami

Anonymous
Anonymous

Oh.. the horror!

A. Nonymous
A. Nonymous

The neighborhood is going from 0 to thousands of residents within a year or so.
Businesses will follow.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Test too see who is willing?

Lets see… people who are NOT willing to drive 2 hours to work from Kendall each day, that’s who!

Anonymous
Anonymous

what an ugly box. could they have spent any less on landscaping?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Are you planning on living there?

Anonymous
Anonymous

The plants have been freshly planted.

marc
marc

At least it’s not more palm trees.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Agreed. This project is nothing like the renderings. The landscaping they chose is a joke. They didn’t even burry the power lines in front of the project!

Anonymous
Anonymous

At least the windows and balconies are nice and consistent, and curvature makes a major difference. Believe me, it could be FAR worse.