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
6 months ago

This will make for great infill

Melo is sigma and chad
6 months ago

PMG doesn’t play, they announce and build.

Anonymous
6 months ago

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

Azarius
6 months ago

Great infill project definitely great for expanding Brickell West

Antennae
6 months ago

Nice project
Love it

Anonymous
6 months ago

sign me up for the shaded pool

BDub
6 months ago

Attractive project

Anonymous
6 months 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
6 months ago

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

Anonymous
6 months 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
5 months ago

Seems like someone is in serious need of a good 🍆

Anonymous
6 months ago

46 story tower will be 550 ft tall

30kmillionMIA
6 months ago

Thank you bro 🙏

Carlosmbch
6 months ago

Why so short ?!

Azarius
6 months ago

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

Anonymous
6 months ago

There are no affordable rents in Brickell anymore.

Anonymous
6 months 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
6 months ago

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

Not a developer
6 months ago

Keep building

Anonymous
6 months ago

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

Anonymous
6 months ago

Move somewhere up a few stops on the Metrorail.

Anonymous
6 months ago

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

Harvey
5 months ago

Completely different groups

lop
6 months ago

Amazing render!

Karla Moncada
5 months ago

when do they start demolishing?

Brickell Living
6 months 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
6 months 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
5 months ago

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

Melo’s pájaro nalgon
6 months 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
5 months ago

I love the smell of hobbo piss.

Anonymous
6 months 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
6 months ago

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

Anonymous
6 months ago

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

Anonymous
6 months ago

These aren’t actual renderings…

Anonymous
6 months ago

I hope you’re right.

Anonymous
6 months 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
6 months ago

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