The Miami Design District is set to get its first Class A office building.
The building will be known as The Ursa, and will make “an art form out of office space,” according to a letter sent by developer Dacra to Miami-Dade County planners.
The fifteen-story building is planned to have world-class architecture, 180,000 square feet of modern office space, and 6,800 square feet of ground floor retail, the letter says.
There will be museum-quality exterior public art and interior art curated by Daniel Arsham, Dacra added.
Dacra submitted the project to the county for traffic review yesterday (January 11), since the project will have frontage on North Miami Avenue, a county road. That frontage is planned to have a glass store façade at ground level.