Mishorim Towers Will Be Built In Two Phases With Condos, Developer Says

Downtown Miami’s Mishorim Towers is planned to include hundreds of condos for sale as part of a two-phase project.

Representatives of the Israeli developer told The Next Miami today that the 800 residential units planned in the two towers will be sold as condos to private buyers.

The project’s two phases will include one tower at 63 stories (701 feet) and another at 55 stories (597 feet).

There is no firm timeline for construction yet. The shorter North Tower with only residential units will be the phase that is constructed first, however.

A hotel flag is also now in negotiation for the second phase tower. It will include 120 hotel rooms.

Across from the first phase North Tower is a Yotelpad tower with hotel and condos, with construction already underway by another developer.

Total area between both Mishorim Towers phases will be 1,006,004 square feet of floor area, with 7,110 square feet of commercial space and 264 parking spaces along with the residential and hotel area. Kobi Karp is the architect.

Mishorim purchased the property in October 2018 for $18,250,000.

In the meantime, the developer is taking steps to enhance the existing parking garage on site, with the largest mural in downtown Miami recently painted on the facade.

Lead by Biinary Projects, Artists Golden, Don Rimx, Slowmow and Kief, led by Andrew Antonaccio “2alas” collaborated to create the mural.

The mural depicts large scale geometric shapes. The developer says it helps enhance visibility of the landscape and promotes an invigorating environment for drivers and pedestrians. Eco Friendly Car Wash, which doesn’t use running water, has also been brought in as one of the guest amenities.

“We feel a strong increase in both our transient parking and monthly member parking revenues since the upgrades, including equipment and services, and of course the wrap around mural,” said Shai Ben Ami, who represented Mishorim in the parking garage purchase and is the current asset manager.

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

“The shorter North Tower with only residential units will be the phase that is constructed first, however.”

As if we couldn’t guess….

marc
2 years ago

“There is no firm timeline for construction yet. The shorter North Tower with only residential units will be the phase that is constructed first, however.”, meaning not happening for a long while if at all.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Sounds like a Flip job, hope I’m wrong..!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

No, don’t doubt what you’re thinking because that’s what I was thinking also. Going through the effort of doing all that painting to a building that you’re going to demolish anyway is what gave me the clue.

Anonymous
2 years ago

okay Sherlock

Anonymous
2 years ago

You got it Watson…

Anonymous
2 years ago

800 condos and 260 parking should be a clue too

Anonymous
2 years ago

I hope you’re right. It’s hideous, as if a five-year-old tried to draw a twin Liquid Lofts.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I hope you’re right.

Anonymous
2 years ago

The parking garage “mural” is a joke. It took several “artists” to come up with that? Wow. They must be from Wynwood.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yuk!!! There goes downtown. I guess it doesn’t look ghetto enough. What is wrong with those in charge of approving such things? They need to be removed. Apparently the City does not have a plan or blueprint as to how the city should look. Please keep Wynwood in Wynwood.

Anonymous
2 years ago

This garage is disgusting. Painted murals should not be allowed on any buildings in the city. This is how shit hole countries think Miami should look. They want to relive what they had in Israel? I say go back and take your ugly colors with you.

Anonymous
2 years ago

You understand how ugly this garage looked before painting? A little color never hurt.

Anonymous
2 years ago

So they’re planning to build the second tower which is only 20 feet apart from the other in a second phase. This sounds like a flip to me.

Anonymous
2 years ago

flip flop

Anonymous
2 years ago

sounds like it’s already shelved…

Anonymous
2 years ago

Mishorim…Moshe!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Please don’t allow them to disfigure our city like this.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Too late, Melo already has

Anonymous
2 years ago

this whole article sounds like BS to me!!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

That has to be the ugliest garage to date in Miami. Looks like it has been there for a few decades!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

a total joke of a press release.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Wait some time until the market absorb some of the excess of inventories …. too many units for sale and rent and prices going down everyday

Anonymous
2 years ago

Anyone know what those white panels are made of?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Card board.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Good intentions.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Since not much is being done with the garage. How about doing pods in the garage similar to what Scad University did with their ScadPads. Rent them out and at least for a while, until they begin construction, there will be some affordable homes in Downtown Miami. Come on Miami, we can be a bit more forward-thinking and use our land in a much more efficient way.

Anonymous
2 years ago

So good for Miami…Looks great!!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Love this and the garage looks so pretty thank you for bringing vibrant colors to our city!

A Venom
2 years ago

Cute art! Nice building plan! Eat of luck on everything!

Anon
2 years ago

Looks wonderful

Anonymous
2 years ago

The new mural is great! Helped enhance the streetscape a lot. This is not a knock on Kobi, this is a knock on this building by Kobi. It needs work. The current parking garage looks better than a brand new $200M tower, let’s step it up!

Anonymous
2 years ago

The mural is not great. These nasty colors can be found in the ghettos of Jamaica and Haiti.

Anonymous
2 years ago

True.

Optimist
2 years ago

The new building looks a little grim at street level.