Natiivo Releases New Renderings Of 50-Story Tower, Groundbreaking Early 2020

The developers of Natiivo have released new renderings of the 50-story tower, and they are preparing to begin construction within months.

Representatives of the developer said that construction is expected to begin in early 2020, with completion in late 2022. Sales figures are not being released at this time, they said.

In the new renderings, Natiivo’s podium and lower level amenities can be clearly seen.

A ground floor restaurant with an outdoor dining area next to the sidewalk is planned, and is visible in the new renderings.

Also in the podium will be office space and parking spaces.

At the top of the tower, the Natiivo logo is also now clearly visible.

The tower will include around 400 condo units that can be rented for short term use through Airbnb. There will also be around 200 hotel rooms, bringing the total unit count above 600.

Arquitectonica is the architect, with interiors by Urban Robot.

Newgard Development Group and Crescent Heights Co-Founders Russell Galbut and Bruce Menin are co-developers of the property.

On Tuesday, August 27th, Cervera Real Estate and Natiivo hosted an exclusive networking happy hour at MiamiCentral Station’s newest restaurant, La Estacion, to share exciting updates about Natiivo Miami, the recently launched hospitality brand and revolutionary Downtown development, powered by Airbnb.

Guests were able to enjoy menu selections from La Estacion and network in the restaurant’s new space, just blocks away from Natiivo Miami’s future location:

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Anonymous

The brick is interesting and a welcome change of scenery from all the white stucco. Hope it stays and doesn’t get engineered out.

Anonymous

it’s giving me major Chicago vibes.

Anonymous

Who cares

Anonymous

It’s still a glass box.

Anonymous

Not a big fan of red brick but it works here.

Anonymous

Great design, a vast improvement for the area..

Anonymous

I love the red brick. That’s something you don’t see in Miami! Hopefully it won’t get changed…

Anonymous

Good mix of short and long term rentals.

Anonymous

Prediction: The long term renters/owners are going to be going ballistic after the Hotel guests and AirBnB’ers begin trashing the place, making excessive noise and generally being douchebags.

Anonymous

I guess if you don’t want to be around that, you could just not rent there….SMH. So many negative Nancy’s

Anonymous

Nope, just being very realistic. Many renters don’t really give a crap about their environment. Cost gets placed at the feet of owners. Open your eyes with dogs and renters v owners.

Anonymous

at least you’re admitting it will happen.

Anonymous

Love when architects use different materials to break the mold and make a statement. We need plenty of that in Miami

Anonymous

Architectonia scored well with this one. It magically fits the area and surrounding. Way to go 💪

Anonymous

Thank Miami WorldCenter for this project.

Anonymous

Wow, time to invest in this area before prices skyrocket!

Anonymous

Suggest to wait until after the recession. If it ever gets built.

POLO

The base of this tower looks non Miamian, and more Dallas, or Atlanta.

Anonymous

and…..?

Anonymous

Not bad. The glass canopy should have a tint to block the sun…

Anonymous

Replace the exposed parking garage vents with the same glass as the offices and we have a deal.

Anonymous

Unfortunately, I believe parking garages need vents by law due to carbon monoxide.

Anonymous

Have you heard of mechanical ventilation?

Anonymous

Yes, but that increases energy costs and would actually be less green. Lol.

Anonymous

Not having a garage and not driving would be even more green.. what’s your point?

Anonymous

How much office?

Shawn Kouri

I can’t wait until this thing is built!

¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Hmmm….I’ll allow it.

Anonymous

okay, now approve Melo downtown 5th project.

Anonymous

Where is the robotic parking?!

Anonymous

Again, loving the parking pedestal. NOT

Anonymous

Another high rise whose model can be created with legos.

Anonymous

Looks like one of the boring Icon towers scape and moved a little bit north of Brickell ….