Miami Riverbridge Approved By UDRB, Including Supertower

The three-tower Miami Riverbridge megaproject was approved last week by the Urban Development Review Board.

An existing Hyatt Regency will be demolished to make way for the new towers, one of which will be a new Hyatt Regency. Hyatt is partnering with Gencom on the development.

Phase one will include an include an 87-story, 1,046 f00t supertall residential tower and a 62-story, 736 foot hospitality tower attached by skybridge.

The third tower will also be residential, rising 54 stories, or 640 feet.

 


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Anonymous
26 days ago

It will be the coolest corner in Miami: the three Icon Brickell towers, the three Baccarat towers, the three Hyatt towers and the two Epic and Aston Martin towers, crossed by the Miami River and the charming bridge that opens upwards. Sidewalks must be free to walk on.

anonymous
26 days ago

Don’t forge the Viceroy Tower on the same lot as Baccarat.

Anonymous
26 days ago

Same development of “three Baccarat towers,” different blob. Wasn’t Viceroy the hotel banner of Icon Brickell before it became a W after the whole project turned into a flophouse?

Azarius
26 days ago

yeah once it’s completed 2034

Anonymous
26 days ago

Apart from this and Aston Martin, nothing special about the other Arquitectonica boxes and blobs.

Nunya
25 days ago

“….charming bridge….” Tell me you don’t live on Brickell, without telling me you don’t live on Brickell.

Make Miami Great Again!
26 days ago

If this is the closest to an observatory as we’re gonna get, then build build build!

anonymous
26 days ago

it’s exciting to see all that is going on in Downtown Miami. Aria reserve and Waldorf Astoria had their foundation pours about 10 days ago

.305
26 days ago

Views will be amazing from the Riverbridge. This project is a game changer for the river area along with other developments and restaurants

glue kid
26 days ago

soooooo… flawless glass to almost all stucco on the tower connected to the skybridge; major downgrade from first rendering. another let down by greedy developers.

anonymous
26 days ago

also a terrible pedestrian experience from the other side, even tho its facing the roads coming in from 95

Anonymous
26 days ago

So… no pedestrian experience potential at all then. At least it’s a clean facade and not some loud mural.

Jordan
25 days ago

Nope. There is a “pedestrian experience”.

(What a dumb phrase)

Jordan
25 days ago

Try walking the site today.
The best pedestrian is obviously on the Miami River Geeenway, but the Northside of the block is a mess.

This new design is an incredible improvement.

Anonymous
26 days ago

The shortest tower internal is also the most boring, albeit still more interesting that Monarc or Muze, two of the biggest disappointments on this side of town when you consider what could have been.

Jordan
26 days ago

Step in with a better proposal and buy them out Mother Theresa.

Anonymous
26 days ago

Guys don’t get too excited, from what we are seeing here to what it will actually be, could be two very different things. 🤞🏻

Anonymous
26 days ago

Case in point, Riverside Center.

Anon
26 days ago

Just look at other Hyatt’s – the newer ones are incredible

Name*
26 days ago

Confusing: this is not the Brickell river project with connected towers.

Anonn
26 days ago

You snooze you lose

TMK
26 days ago

This is called & known as RIVERBRIDGE. It’s where the old / ugly Hyatt hotel building is , just to the north of the Brickell Bridge. Diagonal from EPIC & from the Wells Fargo tower.

Lynx at Miami Tower
26 days ago

Yes this is not the one river pointe project proposed nearby in Brickell.

Anonymous
26 days ago

One River Point is not proposed in Brickell. It’s on this side of the river.

Anonymous
26 days ago

Great project!

APublicLife
25 days ago

100% YIMBY here, whether for the rich or public housing, just BUILD IT.

But geez, the render with the road and the slip lane looks like a horrible experience and death trap for people on foot, bike and scooters.

Brickell is in desperate need of safer and more pleasant places to exist outside of a car, including for crossing the insanely wide and high speed roads.

Matt_305
26 days ago

When is this city going to build a Homestead to Aventura Metrorail extension, along with other 1st world infrastructure? Money is here, space is also. Space southbound has been there forever (remove the empty bus lanes) and there’s space west of I-95 to go north of Midtown (empty/run down blocks that are routinely dismantled to build luxury condos everywhere). That would be a real solution for real people instead of building meaningless concrete towers, it will bring traffic on I-95 down by a lot. The few elitists commenting on this newspaper are not even 1% of the Miami-Dade population, they should know better if they really know other metro cities around the world. Even cities in Morocco have better infrastructure…density in the 305 has gone up, along w/costs and traffic, while quality of life has gone down and the average culture of people continue to remain extremely low…

Jordan
26 days ago

Never.
The “City” doesn’t build Metromovers.

anonymous
25 days ago

North East extension for metrorail is in the works already but i do agree down to Homestead would be great for the county.

joaquin
24 days ago

the garage part is terribly solid

EPIC Hotel
23 days ago

Please dont do this to us.