M Tower Demolition Expected Shortly, College Station Agreement Soon

Miami Parking Authority board members received an update last month on plans to build up to four new towers in downtown Miami.

Plans for M Tower are the most advanced, an MPA official told board members at a September 7 meeting.

Demolition at the M Tower site is expected with 1 to 2 months, the official said. The developer and MPA are awaiting city issuance of a permit.

Miami’s UDRB unanimously approved M Tower.

Another deal for up to three towers at thee College Station Garage was expected to be ready for MPA Board approval in October, the official said.

Among the final issues remaining to be ironed out was parking for residents in the nearby Loft condo tower. Talks were said to be underway with Miami-Dade College for use of their garage as a possible replacement.

 

 

The garage set to be demolished for M Tower:

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anonymous
1 month ago

Exciting density in the heart of the city! Hopefully is spurs the demolition of the crusty little strip mall across the street asap…

Anonymous
1 month ago

^
– Hopefully “it” spurs… “

Anonymous
1 month ago

Let’s see those nasty garages hit the ground. Long overdue.

anon
1 month ago

long, long, long overdue

Joe Carollo
1 month ago

Not a fan of pee stained colored parking lots from the 70s with wasted air space in the core? Strange…

Casey
1 month ago

Love the triple towers – fun and funky

Anonymous
1 month ago

By “fun and funky,” you mean the cheap and nasty checkerboard cladding and zigzag balconies? Sorry, but it ruins what would be solid towers.

thus passes the greater glory of pembroke pines
1 month ago

with great views into the neighbors apts….gonna love peepin the onlyfans videos being filmed for free!!!!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Haha.. he can’t wait to start peeping into a neighbor’s apartment…

Anonymous
1 month ago

I really like this project, with the three towers of different heights, resembling a waterfall.

anon
1 month ago

Build build build. We need way more inventory in the urban core.

BB1
1 month ago

I don’t know why I am so worried about this project having only one little pool for all of those units at College Station. It’s not like I will be living there, but for some reason, it bothers me. I do still like the overall design of this project.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Pools are overrated af. Greenery and lawn space is where it’s at.

Anonymous
1 month ago

^^not in hot sweaty Miami

Anonymous
1 month ago

Said no one ever.

anon
1 month ago

Yeah they are trying to squeeze too much onto one lot. That pool is going to be insanity and possibly even unsafe for that many people at once.

ennis
1 month ago

urine and chlorine scented

Anonymous
1 month ago

“unsafe for that many people at once”

Um, and how many people will that be?

Anonymous but Famous
1 month ago

Doesn’t the crusty old strip mall derive income from the installation on its roof that illuminates the I M Pei tower?

Not Anonymous
1 month ago

Unpopular opinion: this proposal was better than Terra’s.

Phil mccracken
1 month ago

Miami will never be New York. Lol. Get it together.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Back to the drawing board ASAP!