Moishe Mana Reveals Completion Dates For His Downtown Miami Projects

Within two years, Moishe Mana will begin delivering elements if his redevelopment plans in downtown Miami.

The timeline was revealed by Mana’s team at a community meeting last week, according to The Real Deal.

A total of 11 buildings will be complete between 2021 and 2024. Here is a list of some of the upcoming completions planned by Mana:

  • 200 North Miami Avenue – a 49-story (599-foot) tower with 328 micro-apartments will be completed in 2021 (plans were submitted to the UDRB in 2016, but there doesn’t appear to be any recent construction permitting)
  • 155 South Miami Avenue – a 13-story office building will house the Miami International University of Art and Design, with another five floors on the lower levels for a startup hub. Completion first quarter of 2021 (no construction permits appear to be active or pending)
  • Spice and food hall with a park – on Northeast First Street between South Miami Avenue and Northeast First Avenue, completion first quarter of 2021
  • Woolworth Building – at 44 to 48 East Flagler Street, completion first quarter of 2021 (a demolition permit was applied for in July, but no other construction permits appear to be pending)
  • 777 Mall building – at 145 East Flagler Street, completion estimated third quarter of 2023 (no construction permits appear to be active or pending)

Work on the Flagler Street streetscape project will begin after the Super Bowl in 2020, and Mana plans to have storefronts ready to go once the project is complete.

Construction at the woolworth building last week:

(photo: phillip pessar)

 

200 North Miami Avenue: