PMG Announces Partner At 803-Unit Twin-Tower Brickell Project, Groundbreaking Late 2022

Developer PMG has announced a partnership and groundbreaking date for a twin-tower project at 130 SW 8th St in Brickell with 803 multifamily units.

Groundbreaking for a 46-story tower with 570 units will take place in late 2022, the developer said in a press release. Completion is scheduled for late 2024.

There will also be a second tower rising 31 stories with 233 units, but a groundbreaking date was not released.

Sentral, which offers furnished residential units for both short and long-term residents, is partnering with PMG on the project. This will be the first purpose-built project for Sentral.

“We are excited to partner with Sentral to bring a fresh perspective on residential living to the area and offer future residents a walkable environment in the center of it all,” said Ryan Shear, Managing Partner at PMG.

Sentral worked with PMG and architect Sieger Suarez on the design. The property will include a lobby lounge with concierge, fitness center, multiple co-working spaces, pool decks on both the 13th and 31st floors, more than 15,000 square feet of retail space and a parking garage.

Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr attorneys Luis Flores and Sophia Rub represented the venture in closing the acquisition of the property.

 

Previously: PMG Submits Plans To Build Two Towers With 800 Units Near Brickell City Centre

 

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Anonymous
25 days ago

This will make for great infill

Melo is sigma and chad
25 days ago

PMG doesn’t play, they announce and build.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Remind me how long it is taking to build those stacked boxes?

Azarius
25 days ago

Great infill project definitely great for expanding Brickell West

Antennae
25 days ago

Nice project
Love it

Anonymous
25 days ago

sign me up for the shaded pool

BDub
25 days ago

Attractive project

Anonymous
25 days ago

Investment with guaranteed return for entrepreneurs. Tower complex very well located, just a few steps from Metrorail, Merfomover, Brickell City Centre, Publix, restaurants, laundry facilities, in short. Units must be rented quickly and be permanently 100% occupied.

30kmillionMIA
25 days ago

Anyone know how many feet or meters this proposal will be??

Anonymous
25 days ago

Anyone know why in this age of accessing information literally at your fingertips that this guy, with a computer at his convenience, is asking a question that he can find out himself?

Eggplant Lover
24 days ago

Seems like someone is in serious need of a good 🍆

Anonymous
25 days ago

46 story tower will be 550 ft tall

30kmillionMIA
25 days ago

Thank you bro 🙏

Carlosmbch
25 days ago

Why so short ?!

Azarius
25 days ago

This was one of the last affordable places to rent in Brickell

Anonymous
25 days ago

There are no affordable rents in Brickell anymore.

Anonymous
25 days ago

What? Isn’t this being built on mostly an empty lot? I thought the only building to be demolished is a 2 story office building.

Anonymous
25 days ago

So what do you propose the city should do about that?

Not a developer
25 days ago

Keep building

Anonymous
25 days ago

Increasing supply is key. Demand won’t be decreasing.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Move somewhere up a few stops on the Metrorail.

Anonymous
25 days ago

“Sentral?” I thought they weren’t trying much after “X” and “Lofty,” but wow…

Harvey
24 days ago

Completely different groups

lop
25 days ago

Amazing render!

Karla Moncada
11 days ago

when do they start demolishing?

Brickell Living
25 days ago

Amazing our politicians speak non-stop on housing affordability and continue to allow projects for short-term rentals in the heart of the downtown urban core.

Anonymous
25 days ago

I doubt it will be a large component of this building. Besides, as much as some of us don’t like short term rentals, it’s good for buyers to have options. For example, my partner and I are looking to leave Miami in the next 5 years. When we do, we will sell our current condo and buy in a short-term rental-permitted building like Nativo, Lofty, etc so that we can still have a place to stay in Miami when we visit and rent it out any other time.

Melo’s pájaro nalgon
24 days ago

Sounds pretty wasteful and selfish to me. We need more workforce housing, not piggy banks in the sky.

Melo’s pájaro nalgon
25 days ago

Where in the hobbo piss are the renderings? They’re about to start pouring concrete and we don’t even know what it’s going to look like.

Anny
23 days ago

I love the smell of hobbo piss.

Anonymous
25 days ago

What design??? This is garbage. Infills like this are nice when there are nice buildings in the surroundings , but all I see in Miami’s skyline are boxes that look all the same.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Get rid of the shorter tower and make one taller one. It will look better.

Anonymous
25 days ago

It’s too plain Jain plus it looks like an office building. Make them go back to the drawing board.

Anonymous
25 days ago

These aren’t actual renderings…

Anonymous
25 days ago

I hope you’re right.

Anonymous
25 days ago

It’s plain “Jain” because they are massing models. Hopefully the renderings have the same articulated shape and not a bunch of irregular, juxtaposed windows and balconies.

As good as it gets
25 days ago

Yes please
I’m soooooo over Ayyyychitectonica’s game of balcony puzzle