New Renderings & Details Of Nexus Riverside’s First Phase Planned In Downtown Miami

Adler Group has released new renderings and details of their Nexus Riverside project planned in downtown Miami.

The developer last month submitted an application for a construction permit, but doesn’t appear to have actually filed construction documents, so it is not yet in review.

According to a UDRB filing last year and the new permit filing, Nexus Riverside will include:

  • 428 apartments
  • 278,379 square feet of office
  • 4,000 square feet of retail
  • 1,307 parking spaces

The high number of parking spaces are being built to satisfy the City of Miami, which will occupy the office building. The Miami Riverside Center where Miami staff currently work from next door will later be demolished for a second phase of the project.

The first phase’s taller tower will rise 38 stories, or 430 feet, and include the residential units. A shorter office tower will rise 20 stories.

NBWW is the architect.

 

 

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Azarius
8 days ago

In a thriving city that has so much potential, theses developers are going for cheap. They are just throwing basic buildings when now is the time for innovation ‼️

Anonymous
8 days ago

This developments cost money to build. Youre not gonna go big on an underdeveloped area lol

Anonymous
7 days ago

undeveloped? in downtown Miami, one bridge walk from Brickell…

Anonymous
8 days ago

This is an eye sore

Shawn Kouri
8 days ago

Please go back to the original renderings. That’s what you switched back to before the pandemic hit.

Anonymous
7 days ago

It was crap before the pandemic, and it will be even worse when it comes off the ground.

Anonymous
7 days ago

also, the rendering was shown when the public voted to allow this project.

Anonymous
8 days ago

The walk to the Wharf will be nicer now at least. If only we could do something about that FPL electrical grid…

Anonymous
8 days ago

I have been saying that about that FPL electrical grid location for a long time. I mean, it takes up so much land right in the heart of downtown which could support (and look better) at least three supertall towers and really make downtown Miami pop!

Anonymous
8 days ago

Nope! Keep it, it’ll obstruct my view

Anonymous
8 days ago

If your view is what you’re worried about, then I suggest you move back to the “Bread Basket Heartland” of America.

Anonymous
7 days ago

imagine being so dense you mock the bread basket heartland.

Anonymous
7 days ago

Not mocking.. if you’re worried about a 360 degree view with nothing around to block them, then move to the “bread basket heartland” of America. I guarantee you nothing will block your views in those wheat fields there.

Marc
7 days ago

Latitude? Yeah, I agree. It’s ugly but better than looking at another tower

Anonymous
7 days ago

Uh, what?

Anonymous
7 days ago

yeah – let’s just move it and then build big buildings – that’s how it happens.

Anonymous
7 days ago

Yep.. It was once said “let’s build a rocket and go to the moon” and people thought that that was absurd… but we did it.

Anonymous
7 days ago

yeah – damn electricity. let’s get rid of it and just burn candles.

Anonymous
7 days ago

It’s just an electrical grid which they can put almost anywhere.

Anonymous
7 days ago

…and no more Shore Power!?

Anonymous
8 days ago

Typical Miami architecture.
Boring, repetitive and no creativity

Anonymous
8 days ago

Like one of these posters always say, it’s a “filler.”

Anonymous
7 days ago

agreed – a vertical suburb

Anonymous
7 days ago

not all the miami architecture is in downtown miami

Anonymous
7 days ago

Yeah, the rest of it is even worse.

Anonymous
7 days ago

it looks like you’ve never been to Mimo ,ocean dr, collins ave coral gables coco plum, coconut grove

Anonymous
8 days ago

>1,307 parking spaces

>The high number of parking spaces are being built to satisfy the City of Miami, which will occupy the office building

That’s terrible public policy. They should be leading the way in encouraging their employees to find alteratives to driving a car to work *downtown*. Follow the lead of Miami 21!

Anonymous
8 days ago

“They should be leading the way in encouraging their employees to find alteratives to driving a car to work *downtown*.”

What about the people who’re also going to live, shop, and do business there?

Anonymous
7 days ago

most their employees live in broward county or miami gardans and kendall

lol
7 days ago

Yeah, I’ll just drop my kids off at school, go back home to leave the car, and take the metro….

Trees On The Roof Guy
7 days ago

… school buses ain’t a thing?

Trees On The Roof Guy
7 days ago

Must’ve really thought you did sumn with that. Can’t believe folks are making public transport a burden. There are COUNTLESS cities that show that it works, at this point people are against it just to be stubborn and hardheaded. Smh

Anonymous
7 days ago

Well, don’t just argue about it, be an example and get rid of your vehicle and only use public transportation.

Azarius
7 days ago

I bought a Tesla what more do you want. Lol I like my personal space, plus public transportation is horrible and will be for at least another 10 years

Anonymous
8 days ago

Yikes. Scrap it and try again!

Anonymous
7 days ago

It does look better than Natiivo though…

cool
7 days ago

Natiivo is nice, dont you dare utter those words out of your mouth again. You disgraceful, little sewer rate. Natiivo is only for people with taste – Arquitechtonica

Anonymous
7 days ago

Yeah.. that’s like people who think they have taste because they eat at Taco Bell.

Anonymous
8 days ago

They scammed us…awesome design to win buy in….then switch to this crap

Alpina
7 days ago

This is an OK design for Dadeland area…but it is just a complete garbage for downtown

Anonymous
7 days ago

the nicer looking towers go along the river, phase two. Jesus people do we not know how to read

Anonymous
7 days ago

No!

Anonymous
8 days ago

nothing special.

Anonymous
7 days ago

beaufitufl – stunny – original style – never seen anything like it LMFAO

Anonymous
7 days ago

Ugly, repetitive, and boring.

Anonymous
7 days ago

The city should have sold the land and city hall in Coconut Grove, and bought, historically restored, and moved all operations to the old courthouse. Of course, just like the county, this is another crappy pet project for a city official or two. You can say “vote them out,” but then that gives you yo-yo pajama boys like Russell who are even worse.

Anonymous
7 days ago

Another cheap design. Miami could be a boring city if we continue to accept similar plain projects…architecture makes the cities…

Anonymous
8 days ago

Build it!

Anonymous
8 days ago

Basic but decent

Anonymous G
7 days ago

I don’t find this design to be to bad. Could of done better but also could of done worse. Building the office tower of the project next to 95 like that I hope they pick a good GC that will ensure the safety of everyone. The right building methods and procedures will be needed right next to that.
Since it’s close to 95 that means the office tower won’t be built fast because they won’t be able to have table forms instead will have to scaffold it all the way up. Around the whold building vertical and horiztonal netting should be used.

Anonymous
7 days ago

I wonder whatever happened to the project across the river from this project that was supposed to be built?

Anonymous
7 days ago

Again, we were teased.

Azarius
7 days ago

Are you referring to the Jose Marti Park project? Château holding out to be the last to build just like on Biscayne Boulevard across from AA

Anonymous
7 days ago

horrible

Anonymous
7 days ago

Ugly

Anonymous
7 days ago

Who wouldn’t want to live across the street from a transformer station! Lovely area.

Anonymous
7 days ago

City shouldn’t let buildings so close to highway. Big problem for future expansions.

lol
7 days ago

Must stop building housing for people and office for jobs so we can build roads for cars.

See how dumb that sounds?