Construction is continuing at 601 Miami (formerly Natiivo), about a month after the building topped off, new photos by Phillip Pessar show.
A top off ceremony for the tower took place on November 11.
It took less than 64 weeks from the foundation pour to top off, according to Russell Galbut, Chairman of the Board at developer GFO Investments.
In a press release, the developers said 601 Miami would become a “vertical neighborhood.”
The tower will have condo units, a luxury hotel, Class-A offices, four restaurants with four bars and a social club with views of Biscayne Bay. Upon completion, the building will have 448 residential condominium units and a 125,000 square foot office component.
The building will also house a 240-room hotel, Gale Port Miami.
The ground floor will house a collection of food and beverage outlets, including a 7,100 square foot Italian restaurant, a grab-and-go concept and a Bodega Taqueria, which will open its sixth restaurant location in South Florida within the building.
601 Miami will serve Miami locals, residents, and hotel guests with The Social Club, which will include a gym, spa, outdoor restaurant, indoor bar + restaurant, sushi bar, lounge, pool, office space, media room and more. The property will have over 20,000 square feet of event space.
601 Miami has a top off height of 51 stories, or 588 feet.
Opening is set for late 2023.
(photos: Phillip Pessar)