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.
Renderings revealed last month: