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

Developer PMG has filed an application with planners to build two residential towers in Brickell.

A pre-application was filed with Miami-Dade planners on March 10 under the county’s Rapid Transit Zoning approval process, which allows more intense usage than the City of Miami’s zoning rules. The filing was first reported by The Real Deal.

Two towers are proposed, including:

  • North tower (46 levels, 550 feet) – 570 residential units
  • South tower (31 levels, 380 feet) – 233 residential units
  • 15,971 square feet of retail
  • Multiple pool and amenity levels
  • 832 parking spaces spread over 11 floors of garage

The combined residential unit count is 803. Some of those units will line the parking garage.

Sieger Suarez is the architect.

 

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Anonymous
5 months ago

This is great. More development in West Brickell please! Lots more low rise, outdated apartment buildings to be demolished.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Crappy low-rise strip malls and motels along this stretch of SW 7th and 8th Streets, too.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Yes. That strip mall with the CVS/McDonalds is ripe for development.

DJL Cyber
5 months ago

It seems like a lot of projects consist of two identical buildings in one lot when it comes to Miami. I actually like it so far.

Melo is sigma and chad
5 months ago

Miami has to have the most twin towers in this hemisphere. one in three new high rises is a twin tower.

Anonymous
5 months ago

You really haven’t been to many places in this hemisphere have you?

Melo is sigma and chad
5 months ago

I have and Miami is has the most twin towers, clearly you haven’t

Anonymous
5 months ago

“Miami is has”

lol…

Not Anonymous
5 months ago

hopefully none are in the flight paths….

Urbanist
5 months ago

Seems like the City of Miami needs to increase the density in West Brickell to 80 floors since eveyeone is using county zoning regulations.

Paul
5 months ago

It’s the FAA, not the city, that sets the height limits in this area.

M21
5 months ago

Whichever is lower

Urbanist
5 months ago

Height limit in this area is set by the city well below FAA.

Additionally, this says density. The density here is half of what it is across the MetroRail tracks, despite being so close to MetroRail.

M21
5 months ago

Only adjacent to the tracks

Melo is sigma and chad
5 months ago

Good another East Brickell tower and PMG is actually building, hope they buy the former chicken lot across the street too.

Anonymous
5 months ago

West Brickell?

Melo is sigma and chad
5 months ago

*West

Not Anonymous
5 months ago

(rubs eyes) Wow! these towers are spectacular! to bad they are so short. Sieger Suarez always does well.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Yeah, “spectacular” if they were designed by a second grader.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Except Centro, BrickellHouse, and Liquid Lofts (thankfully a stale proposal).

M21
5 months ago

separation between the towers is a little narrow

Rick
5 months ago

Fantastic. Exactly what’s needed on this lot, complements the AC Hotel next door, activates the underline and West Brickell

Anonymity
5 months ago

I rather like the design. Simple and not over the top. It appears different from each direction. The massing is nice and beefy. And PMG, unlike FECR, actually follows through with its proposals, rather than using a proposal as a marketing ploy to flip properties.

Jesus
5 months ago

It be nice if they open a Dave and Busters in that building

Anonymous
5 months ago

This building has no elegance, and will disappear into a sea of other bland boxes. SHAME

Pickles
5 months ago

Very dated and ugly.

Anonymous
5 months ago

You are so right. Dated and a waste for a great location

Anonymous
5 months ago

Meh…

Anonymous
5 months ago

Such a waste of prime location for these ugly looking towers.

M21
5 months ago

Not for apartments. These aren’t condos

Anoynmous
5 months ago

Look, another 1,000 cars added to Brickell!

I don’t care if many of the new residents won’t be driving their cars every day. The first 10-15 floors of every tower as parking garages still negatively impacts the environment.

Anonymous
5 months ago

But I bet that doesn’t affect you or where you live…

Not Anonymous
5 months ago

I bet you have a car, so you can’t talk. (If you still live with your parents and use their car, it still counts)

M21
5 months ago

Need for cumulative traffic impact studies is legitimate concern

Melo is soft and beta
5 months ago

Right in front of the nasty metro mover

M21
5 months ago

right, that’s exactly what qualifies the site for the generous county zoning of 800 units vs 225 under Miami 21, that nasty, nasty metro mover.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Dude if you’re gonna insult the mover at least get your facts straight. This is not adjacent to the mover. It is next to the MetroRail. You know, the train that zooms by you while you’re sitting in traffic.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Boy, just when these developers are trying to give us flashy designs like Legacy, Elleven, and the Okan towers to look at, some other developer wants come along and ugly up the skyline… smh.

M21
5 months ago

Difference is apartment tower vs condo tower. Apartments don’t need to be as pretty.

Anonymous
5 months ago

I’m sorry but that design is butt ugly!

Where is the Urban Design Review Board when you need them?

Anonymous
5 months ago

It has curves and decent massing. Considering the UDRB has a history of making developments look uglier, I hope the actual renderings do not differ to much from this massing model.

Pickles
5 months ago

Curves do not make a building, buddy.

M21
5 months ago

UDRB will have their say