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:
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.