Near Brickell City Centre, Preleasing Underway For Ground Floor Retail At New Project

Two ground floor retail spaces at a new mixed-use project near Brickell City Centre have been listed for lease.

Developer C-F Brickell, LLC is proposing to build a mixed-use “millennial driven” project, with hotel rooms and micro-sized apartments.

It will replace the former El Eden Motel, which was demolished.

Last week, Miami’s Planning, Zoning and Appeals Board deferred a request to rezone the property for higher intensity. It won’t be heard again until June.

Arquitectonica is the architect.

 

 

 

 

an older rendering:

 

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

“Last week, Miami’s Planning, Zoning and Appeals Board deferred a request to rezone the property for higher intensity. It won’t be heard again until June.”

This is the problem with the government of Miami that pisses people off… it’s too agonizingly slow with the simplest of decisions.

Gringo
2 years ago

The name your referring to is ” Bureaucrat”

Common Sense Posting
2 years ago

Miami continues West 😀

Anonymous
2 years ago

A non-Publix grocer in that area would be great (I know WF is across the river)

Anonymous
2 years ago

Fresh Market would be fantastic and do well in that location.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Too small of location

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yes please
I think Publix is so overrated.
Their breads are horrible.
Full of chemicals and corn syrup and preservatives.
It’s a glorified Sedano

Anonymous
2 years ago

And surprisingly expensive

Anonymous
2 years ago

I like the style of this building.

Anonymous
2 years ago

The base looks nicer than the tower.

Anonymous
2 years ago

The attachment only shows 2 floors… What are the rest? Parking 3-??

Anonymous
2 years ago

A previous TNM post from a few weeks back included many floor plans, take a look.

mondocondo
2 years ago

What’s the hardship? Why do they merit “higher intensity”. Everyone would like higher intensity if they could get it. Cheers.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Who would the increased density hurt? Building taller in an area with tall buildings already is not “out of place.” The thing is the city government wants to squeeze as much money out of these developers they can get and place it somewhere where they can get their greedy hands on it.

Anonymous
2 years ago

The sewer lines. The water lines. The competing buildings that played by the existing rules.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I’ve heard Sears might be interested!

aceraroja
2 years ago

“Millennial” driven? Then why are the retail spaces the size of Walmart and not built for local/neighborhood retail and non-chain food establishments? Old people are stupid. That mammoth retail space in the Solitair will be vacant for years.