Hyde Midtown Is Now Open, Adding Nearly 500 Units To The Neighborhood

Midtown Miami just got a lot bigger, and now has its first hotel along with hundreds more residences.

Related Group and Dezer Development opened the 32-story Hyde Midtown last week, after almost five years of planning and construction.

Closings of residences are now underway, and staff at the property say that the hotel will likely welcome guests sometime next month. The property includes 410 residential condo units, along with 60 hotel-condo suites.

The project timeline:

  • Fall 2013 – submitted to city for planning review
  • December 2014 – units go to contract
  • November 2015 – foundation work begins
  • February 2017 – top off
  • February 2018 – opening

Rockwell Group designed interiors, while Arquitectonica was the project architect.

 

 

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Anonymous

450K starting prices for one bedroom 1 bath facing west. with NO assigned parking, only Valet…Pool with no sun most of the day. cheap construction. Can someone explain how is it possible a buyer would overpaid this much. Next door at four midtown bigger units with assigned parking for $280K. I need to understand whats is the mind of the buyer if he is never or at lease for the next 5-10 years not being able to make any money. Shame on developers and brokers involved in this bubble. We never learn…

Anonymous

Ignorant international buyers buying into pretty brochures and renderings.

Anonymous

Maybe because it’s brand new construction.. the hotel amenities, and maybe some buyers don’t own a car.. maybe residents will treat it like a hotel?

Anonymous

this new trend to paint these buildings gray amazes me that its accepted…in this climate and harsh sun the paint fades in 24 months and looks terrible….this is related and both related and melo must get a damn good price on gray paint

Anonymous

grey is the new black

Anonymous

I agree as I believe that grey as a building color in South Florida just doesn’t fit the surroundings as well as my personal disdain for the overuse of grey as a color for interior design.

Anonymous

I see the same with cars. Whereas silver cars used to be very popular here, I see more gray and less silver.

Silver works well as its light, doesn’t get hot and hides dirt.

Anonymous

50 shades

Anonymous

Why is it so bad, I like it better than the white stucco making the city look like a blank coloring book, do you want the entire city to look like loft I & II, brickell on the river, ivy, mint, wind, vizcayne, melody, plaza on brickell, met 1, 22 skyview, 500 brickell…I could go on

Anonymous

A little off topic, but why is that area near Midtown called Beverly Terrace? Does anybody actually call it that?

Local Resident
Anonymous

The twin historic apartment houses that make up the “historic district” in its entirety, yes. Still, it was weird how such a small subdivision is noted on Google Maps when there’s other comparable ones in size surrounding it, which are either considered Edgewater or Wynwood for convenience.

Anonymous

Thanks boo. Can we start a letter writing campaign to have them change it to Midtown?

Anonymous

Building looks hot!

Train Tracks adjacent

Freight trains! Brightline trains! Wait until 30-40 trains pass that new condo/hotel 24/7. Noise? Vibration? Lawsuits?