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Hyde Midtown Set To Open Next Week

Hyde Midtown Set To Open Next Week

Hyde Midtown is just over a week away from opening.

Closings of condo units in the building are scheduled to begin February 15, according to Carlos Rosso, Related Group President.

Installation of artwork is now underway by Related curators.

A tennis court is among the amenities that will be available to residents. Other amenities include spas, pools, a media room, bocce court, fitness center, and children’s playroom.

Interiors are being designed by David Rockwell, with exterior design by Arquitectonica.

In total, 410 residences along with 60 suites are being built.

 

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Midtown Miami.. a fantastic example of Mixed-Use development.

Success story that started all the development north of downtown.

Anonymous
Anonymous
Super cheap construction, pool has no sun most of the day, NO parking, only Valet.. Buyers over payed by $80-100K per unit. Shame on Developers who are making big profits and having buyers making bad deals. This units a that price will never appreciate that much. Midtown is a great place to live but why over pay and create a bubble. You can get a unit next door at 4 midtown for almos half, with assigned parking, I repeat, assigned parking. yes you drive to your spot and park your car, no need to depend on a valet person to be available when you arrive home. Needless to say that the quality of the building is much better. Developers and Brokers are responsible for persuading buyers to overpay and then even 3-5 years later when they try to sell they have to loose 80K. International buyers are the ones who believe the brokers stories about how great Miami is and that this prices are bargains and bla bla bla. All lies. Just by looking at the prices for the last 5 years you can easily understand the scenario. Prices have not increased on any of the new projects. All buyers… Read more »
Yohan Perez
Yohan Perez

You are very correct. How could these units in midtown be priced higher than the desirable location and views of Edgewater buildings on the bay? Something is not adding up. Midtown is great. I like it but the prices are highly suspect.

Anonymous
Anonymous

They know their market…..foreign SUCKERS

This is the modern high-society version of General Development Port St. Lucie land and home sales.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Boy, you really are one sore loser developer… aren’t you?

Anonymous
Anonymous
Why are the developers always the bad guy (and the brokers?) No one is putting a gun to anyone’s head to buy at apartments. FYI, if you know the market so well you would know the developer has a ton of inventory in this project and dropping pants to do deals. If the ladies in the heels and dresses can talk you into half a million++ for an overpriced pre-construction unit, youre a f***ing idiot and deserve your losses. This is a condo, an asset, not a Ponzi-scheme. There’s a saying thats older than Jesus Christ called “Buyer Beware” and their are lawyers and financial advisors, as well. Before you buy anything, you should research from televisions, cars to real estate. Maybe blame the foreign corrupt governments who force these people to move their cash out to a more stable land, and by doing so they care less about the market price are more about whether they will be able to rent and lose a little? Domestic folks won’t buy until they can get a loan, and btw those resale units will be priced lower than developer inventory, so the new buyers still get a pre-dev discount if you think… Read more »
Anonymous
Anonymous

At these prices is better to keep the money in the bank and avoid the hustle of owning a property in Miami. And yes, Developers and Brokers are the ones making tons of money and the ones colaboraring to the current bubble in real estate market. One stupid buyer over pays for a unit and the rest just follow, like a domino…

Anonymous
Anonymous

Great project!

Yohan Perez
Yohan Perez

Why these units in midtown are priced higher than the desirable location and views of Edgewater buildings on the bay? Something is not adding up. Midtown is great. I like the concept of it but the prices are highly suspect. Other than living next to Target what else is the advantage?

Anonymous
Anonymous

I dunno, if I had a choice I would probaly pick Midtown.There’s a lot more going on in Midtown than Target let’s be serious. You sound like a Bitter Betty!!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Someone has to pay for the Amenities and the Piano!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

That is a dumb ass piano!

Anonymous
Anonymous

That’s your opinion. You can walk around Midtown at night, and grab a bite right outside. That doesn’t happen in Edgewater and not everyone wants to live on the water. Some people would prefer a tennis court, or a bar downstairs.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Sexy!

Anonymous
Anonymous

The media room looks rather cheap compared to that piano area.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Good looking building!

Yohan Perez
Yohan Perez

Unfortunately those green lawns will soon disappear as they are slated for development. What a shame.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I mean, what else are they being used for right now? I agree, a park or some sort of public plaza would be nice, but so far it’s just a big waste of space…

Anonymous
Anonymous

A public plaza with minimal shops would be so perfect!

Anonymous
Anonymous

There’s a stain on the top of that piano. Is someone going to clean it before closings begin?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Does this include any restaurants/bars?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yeah but no names announced yet.