New Renderings Of 17th Street Tower After Board Approves Plans

Miami’s Urban Development Review Board approved the 29-story 17th Street apartment tower last month, and new renderings of the project have now been released.

Zyscovich Architects is designing both the exterior and the interior of the tower.

Developer NR Investments, which is led by principals Ron Gottesmann and Nir Shoshani, will build the project. It will include 252 rental apartments, of which more than 100 will be micro units, plus more than 38,000 square feet of office space, 4,500 square feet of commercial space, and 224 parking spaces.

In total, the tower will include 353,000 square feet.

Zyscovich Architects says their  Interior Design team will be creating innovative, uniquely crafted and well thought out living spaces for residents.

Just south of 17th Street Tower is Canvas, a 37-story condominium tower recently completed by NR Investments The former sales center for Canvas will be demolished to make way for the new tower.

 

 

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Anonymous

There are soooo many basic box buildings in Manhattan and people love spending time there b/c there is ground activity with retail/restaurants etc, etc. Many of the buildings in Miami that have parking podiums look better than most buildings in Manhattan. As long as y’all build ground components for pedestrians, Miami will be in good shape! And yes I know more transit is needed.

Anonymous

New neighbors

Anonymous

More buildings on the way.

Anonymous

I think they did a nice job with the parking podium.

Anonymous

LMAO

Anonymous

That massive parking podium is so ugly. Just hide them with the same facade as the rest of the building.

Anonymous

Maybe you should build an office tower next door so people living there can walk? Or you can keep b*tching about parking podiums.

Anonymous

It’s Miami, like most US cities, priority is given to the automobile. It’s the only country in the world with a parking mandate. Go figure!!!!
Not developers fault

Anonymous

With no stopping of parking construction, we’ll never be a pedestrian city. If you can believe that Dade and Broward counties have more parking than the whole country of France!

Anonymous

Um, as far as the country of France is concerned, MiamiDade and Broward counties are infants.

Anonymous

Well, Miami Beach developers are not following the parking podium and yet people do manage well. Most deco buildings don’t have parking and yet they manage well

Anonymous

Yeah, and that’s why Tow Truck Companies are a booming business on Miami Beach.

Anonymous

Because in France, like the rest of the rest of the civilized World citizens don’t have to pay the Detroit Tax.
Plus, we keep thinking that presidential election are the only elections that matter.

Anonymous

and people in France are skinny and good in the sack

Anonymous

LOL France, where the national sport is rioting, and their president is a grandma’s toy boy who only submits to foreigners of the global elite and Third World immigrants. But hey, they have TGV trains!

Anonymous

I bet you eat “Freedom Fries” at the ball park?

Anonymous

There is no national parking mandate, quit making up stuff. And they’re other countries that are more automobile centric.

Anonymous

At one time, this used to be nothing but another empty lot in that area, and it was like that for a long time. Now that developers are starting to build highrises on these empty lots, you “experts” on how a building should be designed are coming out of the wood works and we have to constantly read your whiny comments about parking podiums.

Jeez will you people just get together, start your on company, design a tower with parking, and build it so we’ll know what you people consider the proper way it should look.

Anonymous

Ok i know about the whining but honestly, why should we continue to build more parking for downtown?

Anonymous

Because Ford, GM, Toyota, Hyundai, Kia, Mercedes, BMW, etc, etc, etc… still make cars.

Reality

I think there is Climate Ribbon on the parking podium facade. This makes the parking podium LEED Certified. Miami wins, again!

Anonymous

Bahh ahhahah

Anonymous

Agreed, or at least give it consistent covering with the vertical greenery.

Anonymous

Yaaaaaawn