Photos From The 1 Southside Park Construction Site In Brickell, Where Miami’s Biggest Ever Apartment Project Is Being Built

The 1 Southside Park project is set to become the biggest ever apartment rental project in downtown Miami and Brickell’s history – here’s a look where it stands today.

Demolition of an older building on the site has been completed and the site is now cleared.

Equipment from foundation construction company Keller is now on the site.

A sign at the front of the site shows that Plaza Construction will be the general contractor, matching permit documents.

Another sign at the front of the site advertises a potential brownfield designation, allowing access to public funding for cleanup. The developers were granted that designation at a recent meeting.

The 64-story tower will include 1,175 rental apartments, more than any other ever built in a single project in downtown Miami’s history.

There will also be a a 200-key Treehouse hotel, 190,000 square feet of office, and retail.

Shop Architects is designing the project.

 

 


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Anonymous
6 months ago

We are finally getting a unique looking building that is even uncommon in most other cities

Anonymous
6 months ago

It is close in design as the Waldorf Astoria and I love them both!

Anonymous
6 months ago

Can’t wait to see it rise!

Anonymous
6 months ago

That’s what she said.

Anonymous
6 months ago

You know it!

POLO
6 months ago

Gamechanger for West Brickell.

Azarius
5 months ago

I say we need more height in West Brickell

Anonymous
6 months ago

Melo could take notes…

Anonymous
6 months ago

You probably could afford one of Melo’ apartments but I seriously doubt you’ll be able to afford an apartment in one of these buildings.

Anonymous
6 months ago

He couldn’t afford an efficiency in Hialeah.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Lol

Anonymous
6 months ago

But it looks like five Melo buildings stuck together, individually ugly, but gets a pass combined and improving an adjacent park.

Anonymous
6 months ago

YESSSS

Anonymous
6 months ago

No one is hated more than those who speaks the truth

Anonymous
6 months ago

You mean “No one is hated more than he who speaks the truth” true, people can’t seem to accept this city’s remarkably shitty architecture and build quality; have to compare it to low income housing projects built in 1970s Brooklyn

Anonymous
6 months ago

I’ve seen people come on this site and knock every building’s design in Brickell. Architectural beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

Michael
6 months ago

I really like the style of this. It has character…

Anonymous
6 months ago

Go go go

Anonymous
6 months ago

The project requires the land currently occupied by Miami Fire Station #4.
The station is still operational.

Anonymous
6 months ago

It will most likely continue to be operational until they set up a temporary one in another part of the property. Possibly, somewhere in the park.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Now they need to bury the lines on 2nd ave, it looks horrible

Anonymous
6 months ago

Yes
Such an eyesore

Anonymous
6 months ago

Rough article title…

Peter Pan
6 months ago

They got the land for very little, 5 times less than market price, great for Stern so he can do a world class rental

Realtalk Reilly
6 months ago

That thing is WILD, man. Can’t wait to see it come to life.

I’m shocked no one is complaining that the sidewalks are too narrow lol

Calivalle
5 months ago

Awesome vibes..💎💎💎💎

Brickell Guy
5 months ago

Another parking garage! Yupi!

Anonymous
6 months ago

They’re just pushing dirt around like a kid in a sandbox

Anonymous
6 months ago

Crazy. Won’t make a dime.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Oooowwwaaahhhhhwooooowahhhh poopoo peepee is coming out

Anonymous
6 months ago

Love the idea. It won’t happen. Or if it does, it won’t look like that and the park will stay a patch of muddy grass.

Anonymous
6 months ago

They killed and try to evict a woman next-door

Anonymous
6 months ago

What exactly does evicting a squatter (who never even lived in the subject premises and who opened fire on the officers) have to do with this project?

Anonymous
6 months ago

Sensitive sally, it’s a rough neighborhood

Anonymous
6 months ago

Brickell is a rough neighborhood? Where do you live, Fisher Island?

Anonymous
6 months ago

Lol

Anonymous
6 months ago

You conveniently left out that she fired first, without warning through the door at the officers who announced loudly and clear why they were there.

Please share with us your address so that we can live with you rent free. Don’t you dare try to get us out once we are in though! Can’t wait to be roommates with you!!

Man, god forbid anyone has to assume the consequences of their actions.

Anonymous
6 months ago

“They killed and try to evict a woman next-door”

Like that first post asked, what does that have to do with this yet to be built project?

Anonymous
6 months ago

Vertical slums

A. Nonymous
6 months ago

Have you never been to a real slum? A LOT fewer amenities.

Anonymous
6 months ago

“They killed and try to evict a woman next-door”
😳🤪 should the eviction be first and the killing after !!

Anonymous
6 months ago

🤣

Anonymous
6 months ago

Not only that but she started firing at police first. What were they to do?
Stand firm and take the shots?

Anonymous
6 months ago

Lol

Anonymous
6 months ago

Grow up! Not funny at all!

Floridian
6 months ago

This ain’t California baby.

Anonymous
6 months ago

It isn’t?!.. could’ve fooled me…

Anonymous
6 months ago

Trump did it!!!!

Anonymous
6 months ago

doubt that.
Other than evicting a person for staying on property that they are NOT paying rent nor own…
Who wouldn’t go through legal process to get them off your property.
i’m sure you would do exactly the same if you had a rental that someone wasn’t paying and you were losing money every day.

Anonymous
5 months ago

She simply got what she deserved. Hopefully, she won’t have to pay rent in hell.