Midtown 29 Is Now Complete, With 309 Apartments

The Midtown 29 apartment building is now open.

Located in Midtown Miami, the project includes 309 apartments in a 20-story tower.

Pricing appears to be around $3 per square foot.

Construction was completed in less than two years. Groundbreaking took place in May 2016.

 

MORGAN OPENS LUXURY HIGH-RISE RESIDENTIAL TOWER IN MIDTOWN MIAMI

Houston, TX, February 21, 2018 – MORGAN, a leader in upscale multifamily development, construction and property management, has opened Midtown 29, a luxury apartment high-rise in Midtown Miami. The 20-story, 309-unit tower is a joint venture between MORGAN and Mesirow Financial, with construction financing provided by Wells Fargo and project design by Stantec.

Located at 180 NE 29th Street, Midtown 29 stands at the intersection of NE 29th Street and NE 2nd Avenue surrounded by Miami’s most dynamic neighborhoods — Midtown, the Design District and the Wynwood Arts District. The site, which is situated at the entrance to 645,000-square-foot The Shops at Midtown Miami, offers quick access to major thoroughfares leading to downtown Miami, Brickell and Miami Beach.

The mixed-use Midtown 29 tower contains over 12,000 square feet of retail space on the ground floor and an adjacent six-level parking garage. Its luxury residential units range from studios to three-bedroom units, averaging 837 square feet. The seventh floor amenity deck includes a resort-style swimming pool and spa with private cabanas, an outdoor bar, grilling stations, and a fitness center with a yoga/spinning studio.

“We worked hard to differentiate Midtown 29 in the growing Midtown Miami area,” said MORGAN Regional Vice President of Development Evan Schlecker. “From the design and curated collection of artwork to the amenities, we aimed to up the ante on what’s available in the marketplace. We believe, like we do with every MORGAN project, that we have created an exciting living experience. The resident response thus far has mirrored our enthusiasm.”

Alasdair Cripps, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Chief Investment Officer of Mesirow Financial’s Direct Real Estate business, said, “We’re excited to work with MORGAN on this luxury high rise in Midtown Miami. We know the development’s accessibility, proximity to retail and residential offerings, and artistic influence from nearby Wynwood offer significant appeal to the Midtown area.”

Since the 1990s, MORGAN has developed more than 4,700 multifamily units in the Florida market. In addition to delivering Midtown 29, MORGAN plans to open the 350-unit Pearl Flagler Village at the end of this year.

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Anonymous

Imagine all the people & activity on NE 2nd Avenue, 5 years from now, with the Amli project across the street complete.. these projects changing the face of Midtown/Edgewater area.

Anonymous

Needs more restaurants & retail! Any word on the retail space in this project–or any of the new buildings in Midtown/Edgewater?

BDub

Jack’s, NOA Café, and are Fuchai are a few blocks down NE 2nd. Great taco truck too, don’t remember the name.

Anonymous

NE 2nd has better options than Biscayne–sad! But need way more with Edgewater poised to be the second-densest neighborhood after this cycle.

Anonymous

NE 2nd is where it’s at. Right in the middle. They should build light rail/streetcar at grade from downtown.

Anonymous

FECR is a thing a block away. Biscayne would be better taking into account walking distances.

Anonymous

Come on guys give them a brake, this is just another building…we can’t expect every single building to be a architectonic gem. If we want density we need everything we can get.

Anonymous

Wow, large living. 837 square feet and a BMW in every spot.

Anonymous

1,200 Sq. Ft. and Lexus

Anonymous

It looks alright from the pictures, but the building is a cheap, cluttered, and shifty mess as a whole. Typcial Stantec.

Real design next time

Stantec architects have no creativity.

Anonymous

They couldn’t find better looking air vents? Stamped aluminum vents are the cheapest and ugliest option.

Anonymous

Interiors look great, well done Morgan. A.L.