New Renderings Of Related Group’s 37-Story The District, Where Sales Now Underway

Related Group has launched sales for a 37-story tower called The District, according to brokers.

The District follows a formula catering to short term rentals that has led to strong sales success for multiple other towers in the area.

Buyers will be allowed to rent their units on Airbnb, brokers marketing the project wrote.

The project will include 343 residential units that will be delivered fully finished and furnished.

Units will be relatively small. One bedroom unit sizes will start at 558 square feet, with prices at just below $400,000. Two bedroom units will start $574,000 for a 786 square foot unit (there are also studios that are smaller and cheaper).

No parking garage is being built.

Sieger Suarez is the architect, with Meshberg overseeing interior design.

City records show that a demolition permit for the property was approved in October 2020.

Planning officials approved the project in April 2021.

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Anonymous
1 month ago

I really like this project – except without parking in the building, there will be a lot of people getting picked up and dropped off on the curb. Also, tons of food and package deliveries. There needs to be dedicated curb space that allows for loading to occur, without blocking south bound traffic on North Miami avenue. It shows they clearly haven’t thought about this, because the first rendering even shows N Miami ave as a two way street… Related, please consider this, your residents and the neighbors will appreciate it.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Send the folks who work at the development company and the architectural team direct emails. Likely to have more of an impact than here.

Anonymous
1 month ago

LOL thats cute you actually think Related gives 2 fcks about its neighbors, efficient and or cohesive city planning. They will build up to code what is necessary, over promise on their plans, and under deliver. They only care about one thing. PROFITS

Anonymous
1 month ago

great choice for related …that concept is proving popular and will probably be a success

Anonymous
1 month ago

Built it fast😍😍😍

Anonymous
1 month ago

Gorgeous

Anonymous
1 month ago

Thanks Related for moving on from Arquitectonica, or not hiring them as the architect for this project.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Like Arquitectonica, Sieger Suarez is capable of good architecture, but has proposed and built some real crap in the city. At least this one keeps it simple to keep from screwing up, while having a nice curve that makes all the difference.

POLO
1 month ago

I really like this tower.

Anonymous
1 month ago

2 bedroom 786 sf, Another building for ants…

Anonymous
1 month ago

Cost of everything has gone and is steadily going up. This isn’t 1990 anymore.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Hialeah, Doral, and Homestead are always available.

Anonymous
1 month ago

MMMM…… smell that cheap Related construction and inferior finishes. Ahhhhhhh….

Anonymous
1 month ago

And RAZOR thin walls with minimal insulation, you’ll hear your neighbor’s farts its cheap construction.

Anonymous
1 month ago

they are killing 2 birds with the same stone, they are demolishing a horrible shopping center to construct a nice building

Anonymous
1 month ago

Start piling work already

Azarius
1 month ago

I like the project, jus hate they are charging so much for a broom closet!

Anonymous
1 month ago

It is basically a hotel. You can monetize apartments like these more highly with short term rentals. The downside is you get crime and sociopaths like several other buildings, including 485 Brickell. If you want to keep the crime down, setting a minimum of one month for rentals does the trick.

Anonymous
1 month ago

all you need to know is … opera tower…

Anonymous
1 month ago

midblock anyone??

Anonymous
1 month ago

Nightmare investment, everybody will loose money if they think they can run their own hotel without a formal rental program with centralized cleaning services and strict rules.
it becomes a “rent by the hour hotel”.

Expect shootings and couple of dead people in the lobby

Azarius
1 month ago

But what developers are failing to realize is creating condo not much bigger that a hotel room doesn’t encourage short term rentals. Everyone I know rather book a actual hotel than theses small condos.

Grill
1 month ago

west face glass facade, ewwwww

Anonymous
1 month ago

Or if your from Miami you can say: “bro, sick renders, bro” it’s RENDERING not renders

Anonymous
1 month ago

Ah a hotel but with extra steps

Anonymous
1 month ago

The renderings were done by ArX Solutions. Some of them look pictures.