New Renderings Of Hyatt Supertall Project With Three Towers

Hyatt and Gencom have revealed two more renderings and additional details of their three-tower development on the Miami River, which will include a supertall tower.

The new renderings and details were presented to the Miami River Commission on June 6, which voted unanimously in favor of the project, according to The Real Deal.

The project is named Miami Riverbridge in the new submission.

The new renderings show a riverwalk open to the public, as well as a grassy open space area.

Miami Riverbridge will include three towers:

  • 95 stories (1,049-foot supertall with 860 apartments)
  • 61 stories
  • 61 stories

The combined project will have:

  • 1,806 apartments (including 264 serviced apartments)
  • 615-room Hyatt Regency hotel
  • 190,000 square feet of Class A meeting space
  • 20,000 square feet of coworking space
  • 12,000 square feet of food and beverage/retail in the podium
  • Destination restaurant and lounge perched 700 feet over the city, located in a skybridge linking the two shorter towers
  • 50,000+ square feet of new public space
  • Rebuilt riverwalk spanning 480 feet, completing a key missing connection
  • Covered pedestrian bridge connection to Metromover’s Knight Center Station
  • 1,100 parking spaces

Total project cost is estimated at $1.7 billion

The project still needs approval from Miami’s commission, who must authorize a voter referendum to allow a lease restructuring for the publicly-owned land.

If approved, construction would begin in early 2024, with a portion of the project competed in 2027 and the remainder in 2028.

Arquitectonica is the architect.

 

New renderings:

Renderings revealed last month:

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Anonymous
5 months ago

Approve this ASAP!

Anonymous
5 months ago

Beautiful, stunning project that even complements the Miami Tower. The only bad thing is that it will take six years to be completed.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Only six? I m sure you can wait more than that

Barney Fifer
5 months ago

About the same time the Signature Bridge will be delivered.

Evan
5 months ago

6 years to get approved more likely

nobody
5 months ago

they need the study for the study and someone’s brother’s contractor cousin to lead the surveying. you know how it goes.

Melo is sigma and Chad
5 months ago

Needs to be built and looks like a improved interaction with brickell ave because currently cars are just playing frogger leaving from this hyatt.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Saying people who drive around that intersection when they leave the Hyatt is “playing frogger” means you don’t do very much driving in Miami, do you?

Melo is sigma and chad
5 months ago

clearly you dont

Anonymous
5 months ago

Pedestrian tunnels are a simple solution.

William
5 months ago

No they are not. Miami geology is hard for tunnels. Our limestone is like swiss cheese and easily fills with water. That’s why nobody in Miami has a basement

They call me...
5 months ago

The old Macy’s building built in the 1930’s has a basement. 3 blocks underneath Brickell Citicenter goes down to a depth 35 ft below grade.
The Bacardi Buklding on Biscayne Blvd has a tunnel under the entire BLVD.
There are a lot of tunnels and there could be more.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Very possible just expensive

Jeff Stryker
5 months ago

Looks amazing. That’s area really needs an overhaul.

Adrian
5 months ago

WE NEED AT LEAST 1 MIAMI RIVER TUNNEL, the traffic is horrible for quality of life.

Mmmm
5 months ago

Where’s the tops of these buildings? You’d think they’d provide a render of the entire complex.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Is this Shawn still complaining?

Anonymous
5 months ago

And another beaut from Arquitectonica!

Anonymous
5 months ago

Frankly, one of their only in recent history for the city.

Se me paro'
5 months ago

I think Architectonica might just be getting rid of its design block. This one shows improvements.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Maybe they hired some new blood…

Anonymous
5 months ago

Don’t jinx it, or we’ll get a bait and switch like the Riverside Center disappointment.

MiamiArchi
5 months ago

Anyone else concerned about how they keep refusing to show the top of the building?
The top is suppose to have a Singapore style skybridge 700′ in the air. But still not a single rendering of what it will look like.
I fear a bait and switch and/or VE of this project will eventually remove its most significant feature.

Anonymous
5 months ago

sorry, where did you get the info about the skybridge?

Anonymous
5 months ago

I agree with you, very suspicious. Too good to be true.

Melo’s pájaro nalgon
5 months ago

Build, build, build! Love the podium and height of 95 stories.

El Huevon
5 months ago

By 2026, the height limitation will be 1400 ft.

Anonymous
5 months ago

The Comfort Inn next door needs to go soon, too and connect Fort Dallas Park better with Riverwalk.

Anonymous
5 months ago

That little area next to the Cumfart Inn is a junkie haven. It needs to be cleared out.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Arquitectonica, I don’t know, but it does sound like a great project. Too bad it will never get done, at least not as it is being presented here.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Baccrap Residences should’ve been the same quality of these rare beauts from Arquitectonica nowadays on this side of the bay.

Anonymous
5 months ago

A supertall that close to the river?! sounds to me like it’s going to fall straight into the river

Mbch
5 months ago

Topless Tower!

Tom
5 months ago

Thank you urban developers… go up not out. Because sprawl destroys Florida’s natural environment and potential farm and grazing land

Ryan the blinds guy
5 months ago

Need blinds and shades? I’m your guy! Call blinds by Ryan 786-300-1979

Calivalle
5 months ago

Superb stylezzzzz… Get rid of that Brickell bridge 💎💎💎💎

Calivalle
5 months ago

2028 I’m getting old…🤣🤣🤣

Chippy
5 months ago

Look at those RENDERINGS! Eat your heart out Shawn Kouri

Vincent
5 months ago

LFG

Anonymous
5 months ago

We need Elon’s tunnels ASAP! This intersection is already a mess and can’t support another 1,100(!!!) cars

Anonymous
5 months ago

Yes and they are budget friendly and quick to install.

Urbanist
5 months ago

They won’t work and are a waste of time and money.

Anonymous
5 months ago

This guy is talking about “Elon’s tunnels” when this city just went through another episode of flooded streets, cars, and houses after a minor storm.

Nah.. give me more metromover lines so that I can ride past all that mess.

They call me...
5 months ago

The Metrofail breaks down on 9 out of 10 sunny days.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Take the metrorail/metromover all the time. Can’t remember the last time it broke down. Do you actually ride it?

Anonymous
5 months ago

Well I guess they just purchased new train cars recently for a system that “breaks down on 9 out of 10 sunny days (and Miami’s weather is warm to hot most of the year).”

Anonymous
5 months ago

Give him Metromover lines because he refuses to walk short distances, or pay Metrorail fares for long distances where the system is more appropriate for expansion.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Please don’t complain when you’re trapped somewhere in pouring rain and flooded streets again.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Haha.. a person who doesn’t mind putting on his “water proof waders and boots” along with other wet weather gear and slogging it for miles through rain and flooding waters in Miami.

They call me...
5 months ago

WE don’t NEED the Boring Company tunnels, although I definitely want them.

HDS
5 months ago

Dang, I hope they retain the James L. Knight Center, it’s an historical venue.
That being said, the Knight Center does in need of a bigger convention center for downtown to have.

Anonymous
5 months ago

the knight center has looked like a dump for years. It isnt historical and should be taken down

Anonymous
5 months ago

wtf?…

Anonymous
5 months ago

It’s sarcasm folks.. I hope.

Miami Man
5 months ago

I bet they’re not kidding at all with that (dumb) statement! Tear that ‘beast’ down.