Kobi Karp Releases Rendering Of 80-Story Tower At Former Lynx Site

Kobi Karp has released a rendering of a three-tower project on the former Lynx site.

It isn’t clear who commissioned the new design. Developer Wharton Equity Partners updated their site with the renderings last week, and they also have been added to the website of a broker who has been marketing the land since last April.

The property is zoned for up to 3.2-million square feet, with the potential for a tower that is 80 stories.

Wharton is also a partner in the District 36 project across from Midtown, which is well under construction.

 

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John P
5 years ago

Excited to see vertical growth in downtown!

Anonymous
5 years ago

People this is not a project, it is a vacant land for sale. Hopefully some day, but not now.

MrDreTheOne
5 years ago

If this project and the Fedex property next door are developed up to their intended 80 stories, that would be a nice row of tall buildings added to our skyline.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Sweet. Just needs an overpass walkway to connect to the MetroMover across the street.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Wow looks cool, Hope it gets built!

Anonymous
5 years ago

Oh please, this is BS it is just an example of what you could do with the site….the site is for sale and the rendering is clearly a very bad teaser.

Anonymous
5 years ago

idk bro i actually think it looks really cool like my friend “Anonymous” above, so you should checkity check check check yourself before you wreckity wreck wreck wreck yourself.

Anonymous
5 years ago

A teaser to gain potential investors and have companies come to the Miami area to bring jobs for the people. Even if the site is for sale and someone buys it. It will still relate to what goes on in this site.

Anonymous
5 years ago

‘companies come to Miami’…? I think the rendering shows 3 condo towers, just look at the balconies and swimming pools….

Anonymous
5 years ago

Aren’t there a few buildings going up in Brickell that look very similar to this? The Lynx designs looked more classy, but it’s still good to see this new development.

Anonymous
4 years ago

The Lynx does look more classy.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Aren’t there a few buildings going up in Brickell that look very similar to this? The Lynx designs looked more classy, but it’s still good to see this new development.

Anonymous
5 years ago

From what I see, it’s way better than the Lynx proposal. It’s more curvaceous and complements the Miami tower well.

Anonymous
5 years ago

How is Kobi Karp copying Arquitectonica’s alreday boring design better than Pei’s??

Karl
5 years ago

The Pei design is supreme….unfortunately, it is being burried and surrounded by very mediocre buildings. The Pei building had then mayor of Miami, Maurice Ferré insist that the developer/owner hire and work with Pei in the early 1980’s, one of the best architects of that era.Unfortunatly, about 10 stories were cut of from the last tiers which made a difference in the proportions, but economics are economics. Karp’s design is simple and doesn’t compete with Pei’s sculpted tower, if anything his design complements it with its geometric tiered blocks.

Anonymous
5 years ago

They look nice with a clean look. More density. I love it. Get it done baby!…

Anonymous
5 years ago

MORE DENSITY…YES, BUT NICE???

Anonymous
4 years ago

The Lynx actually looks way better than the current project.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Not impressed.