Photos: Construction Activity At Sold-Out 65-story E11EVEN Hotel & Residences

Photos show construction activity at the sold-out, 416-unit E11EVEN Hotel & Residences in Park West.

According to Building Department records, a construction permit was issued to contractor Keller North America on May 23 for site and soil improvements, with an estimated value of $8 million.

 

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Anonymous
5 months ago

We need more offices there, it can’t just be condos

Anonymous
5 months ago

There’s not a ton of demand for offices in this area 🙁 It’s all being sucked up by Wynwood and Brickell.

Anonymous
5 months ago

This is becoming a luxury residential area, Overtown will be better suited for offices. Let’s keep water front (or close enough to being water-front) for luxury residentials.

anon
5 months ago

This is true but a bit more commercial activity would help round out the neighborhood more. I hope they can at least secure that one office tower to the north of Paramount.

white flight
5 months ago

the comments are all for “luxe builds” with no economic urban vitality to support that enviroment…bad sim city players and why no green space parks in the mix???? dont all these sugar babies have lil pomeranians to walk on the daily???

Richard
5 months ago

This is the most green area in miami
Have Musuem park to East, and 33 acre under deck on north boundary. Probably 50x green space of Wynwood. This will be best neighborhood in S Florida.

Anonymous
5 months ago

“We need more offices there”

“We” do?..

Anonymous
5 months ago

vertical construction please

Holes
5 months ago

Be patient. It is going to be a big hole for a while. It’ll come together after some time.

Anonymous
5 months ago

I wish I could buy in this area! All I can afford is something for $150K…

Anonymous
5 months ago

That $150K will get you a one bedroom condo in Hialeah.

Anon
5 months ago

Only the condos on Palm Ave. Everything else in Hialeah starts at $225,000.

Anonymous
5 months ago

For $150,000 you cannot even buy a cabana at Paramount😅

Hella
5 months ago

$350K for that….moldy smell might be extra.

Melo’s pájaro nalgon
5 months ago

That $150k will get you a 2/1 brick ranch home in South Carolina

Anonymous
5 months ago

This is beautiful. Can’t wait to see all the commercial spaces opening up here!!

Archiami
5 months ago

Definitely a catalyst

Rocky
5 months ago

Miami is going to look so different in 8 years! Change for the better!

Melo is sigma and chad
5 months ago

piling work please

Holes
5 months ago

It’ll get deep piles driven soon enough.

Jesus
5 months ago

I like the other tower better but this is still a beautiful looking tower

Anonymous
5 months ago

If you are talking about the other E11even tower, they’re basically twins!

Anonymous
5 months ago

You sure don’t want anything to happen in this town…

anonymous
5 months ago

it looks minimalist also!!!

Anonymous
5 months ago

Haha.. another “minimal” comment.

Anonymous
5 months ago

At least these are more inland, rather than a prominent area fronting the bay, and some beautiful old prewar single-family and apartment houses weren’t destroyed for one giant box.

Anonymous
5 months ago

“old prewar single-family and apartment houses”

Haha.. don’t miss them.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Agree. And minimalist is more accurate than calling every structure “iconic”

Anonymous
5 months ago

“old prewar single-family homes and one to two story apartment buildings”

Pleezzzz.. you’ve seen a couple you’ve seen them all.

Anonymous
5 months ago

What are those buildings west of marquis?

Anonymous
5 months ago

Some crappy fillers to make the surroundings deceiving, as if short and ugly clutter-windowed buildings enhance it. Better yet, what’s that forest to the west?

Anonymous
5 months ago

Imaginary ones

Anonymous
5 months ago

What are “soil improvements” ?

Anonymous
5 months ago

They add pepper and Sazon Completa to improve the soil!

Anonymous
5 months ago

Park West Winning.