Natiivo Tower Tops Off In Downtown Miami At 51 Stories

Downtown Miami’s Natiivo tower has just topped off, according to JALRW Engineering Group (a video of the topped-off tower is linked).

The permanent height of the tower is 51 stories, or 588 feet.

Groundbreaking took place in February 2021, or around 21 months ago.

Vertical construction began around August/September 2021.

Natiivo is planned to include 100 hotel rooms under the Gale Port Miami flag, 140 Gale hotel-condo units, and 448 residential condos.

There will also be 129,244‬ square feet of leasable office space, three levels of stacked parking with 459 spaces, and ground floor restaurant and market space.

The project is 100% sold out.

 

(photo: screenshot/jalrw)

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Azarius
16 days ago

Great addition to the downtown area can’t wait for these new towers to be open and activate the ground retail to really bring the city alive

army corps of engineers
9 days ago

did you enjoy sundays flooding???

Density baby
16 days ago

This will be the most dense corner in the city

Not Anonymous
16 days ago

It might be, but I think that it is more likely for Brickell to keep its crown, especially with Cipriani and One Brickell City Center. Nice to see Miami grow!

Anon
16 days ago

No, by unit count it will literally be densest in the city.

Anon
16 days ago

Triggered Brikellites who can’t handle the truth

Anon
16 days ago

**Brickellites

triple D's
9 days ago

dense with what??? partly filled buildings with part of the year occupants or money parkers???

Anonymous
16 days ago

Nice big ass podium

Anon
16 days ago

Can’t wait to see it clad in brick

Hey
16 days ago

Yea this one I’m down for

Anonymous
16 days ago

Literally the only good thing about this box, other than maybe the little bit of articulation at the top for the elevator shaft, and that it’s not as boring as The Crosby.

Hotel
15 days ago

The Crosby is decent really.

Anonymous
16 days ago

Side note on this area: Sephora was supposed to open on Nov 11 but they scratched off “11” so I guess is sometimes in November now😳

Anonymous
16 days ago

Unless they scratch off November also😅

Anonymous
15 days ago

I’ve been tracking this with great interest. Sephora says it should open Dec 9. We’ll see if they make it.
https://www.sephora.com/happening/stores/miami-worldcenter

Anonymous
16 days ago

A restaurant called “Laurel Brasserie” located in the NE first Avenue corner of the Caoba tower is also expected to open this month. There are two other restaurants in the Caoba building also under construction.
Several locations on the 8th street mall are also under construction. Many others will open in 2023.

Anonymous
16 days ago

That was fast!!😳❤️😳

Anonymous
15 days ago

FTX CITY! long live…

Melo is sigma and Chad
16 days ago

So a opening date probably in April.

Anonymous
16 days ago

Is this in Park West?

Anonymous
16 days ago

No.

Anonymous
16 days ago

What is this area called? Besides “downtown”.

Anonymous
16 days ago

Worldcenter

Azarius
16 days ago

It’s the actual area of downtown

Anonymous
16 days ago

Brickell is also downtown but now it’s called Brickell. Worldcenter will soon be called as Worldcenter. As areas become prominent they get called by their name instead of the agglomerate name they are part of such as “downtown”. Park West is in downtown and we call it Park West for now but soon it might become Worldcenter.

Anonymous
16 days ago

Other way around. Brickell basically became the “new” downtown starting around the 1960s, meanwhile the historic core has long been neglected. With Park West becoming an extension as part of greater downtown and Brightline, hopefully more pressure is exerted upon the historic core for quality redevelopment, as well as preserving the historic gems left, which will make the neighborhood more interesting.

Anonymous
16 days ago

Worldcenter

Zz01
15 days ago

The answer everybody below was looking for is “Yes.”

DLO
15 days ago

Yes the neighborhood is called park west

Downtown Vagabond
16 days ago

This is going to add a lot to World Center, along with 501 East and Downtown 6th, which breaks ground in Jan/Feb.

& The Crosby should break ground early next year!
16 days ago

Anonymous

Not Anonymous
16 days ago

?

Anonymous
15 days ago

😂😂😂😂😂

Anonymous
15 days ago

Miami Winning.

Luis
15 days ago

Good Job !

Magazine
15 days ago

This is a really unique and exciting mixed use project. It seems they haven’t marketed as much as other buildings in the area so it hasn’t received the same attention as others, but this is one of the downtown projects I am most excited about. The location by the stadium and with views of the port is second to none.

anonymous
16 days ago

Over 500 more car spaces, in a downtown with great transit access. Thumbs down on this one.

Sry
16 days ago

Great transit access?

Jerome
16 days ago

It’s 1 block from the Brightline Station and 2 blocks from the Metromover station while also being surrounded by bus stations.

hmm no
16 days ago

Until theres actual transit (not busses) to the beach I wouldn’t classify public transportation in Miami as “great”

I'll just assume
16 days ago

^
“in a downtown with great transit access”

He or She is being facetious.

BB1
16 days ago

Isn’t a metro-mover station literally right in front of it? Currently closed for the construction of the tower.

Anonymous
15 days ago

Yeah but how far does that take you?!?

Qtip
16 days ago

If you have enough money to buy a place downtown you’ll want a place to park your car regardless of how often you use it.

Alcoholiotic
16 days ago

Heck Qtip, I’ll also add, if you’re paying the high prices it cost to live in these new buildings nowadays downtown, “you’ll want a place to park your car regardless of how often you use it.”

Poors Use Public Transportation
16 days ago

I love how everyone expects all these people that can afford these luxury towers in downtown/Brickell to use public transportation where it smells and isn’t safe in half of them with the bottom of the barrel using it. Get a grip!!! I drive from my bayfront condo to Publix every weekend like everyone else here

Dwntowner
15 days ago

What an unintelligent comment! To follow your train of thought one could say only the have nots drive to grocery stores, the haves get their groceries delivered 🙂

Anonymous
15 days ago

You’re confusing miami with nyc

Anonymous
15 days ago

Heck, Phil Jackson was seen asleep on a NYC bus in 2017.