Pre-Application Filed For 280-Unit Multifamily Tower Near Arsht Center

A pre-application was filed with Miami-Dade planners yesterday for a downtown Miami residential tower.

The building is being proposed under the county’s Rapid Transit Zone zoning code.

The new tower is planned to rise 26 stories, and will be a multi-family residential building, according to a letter from the developer’s representative.

Plans for the tower include 280 dwelling units and 1,502 square feet of commercial/retail. Total floor area will be 184,135 square feet.

No parking is required under county code, the developer’s attorney wrote.

A pre-application meeting is requested on March 14.

14th Street Miami Investments, LLC is the developer. The entity lists Marisa Galbut as President.

 

 

 

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Anon
30 days ago

Exciting! I live in this area and the changes coming are amazing! They just finished a whole padel facility nearby

Anonymous
30 days ago

Same here but I would like to see more condos as opposed to rental buildings.

Anonymous
30 days ago

There’s a bunch of new condos going up in the core, apartments are needed in this area

Anonymous
29 days ago

This is the core. We need more condos for ownership opportunities. Not all of us aspire to be tenants the rest of our lives.

Anonymous
30 days ago

Either way, the condos are going to have short-term rental options, which is worse.

SteventheREguy
30 days ago

What’s the name of the padel facility?

Anonymous
30 days ago

PÁDEL X

Jordan
30 days ago

That is incredible name…PADEL X.

Padel is the new Rollerblading, and so much tougher than Badminton.

Anonymous
30 days ago

Haha, pedel… If I didn’t want to play a real racket sport, I would play pickleball.

To Tell The T
30 days ago

This area has the potential to be so exciting with the bridge, museums, Arsht Center, Wynwood and MWC so close. We should see more development to make it walkable and safe.

Miamian
30 days ago

Eventually from Brickell to the Design district it will all be connected and walkable rather than having separate areas with clear borders.

Anonymous
30 days ago

Tell that to the hamplanets who want Metromover stops on every block.

Anonymous
30 days ago

It was envisioned that way, but the CRA was fired and Melo plopped down too many boxes.

Anonymous
29 days ago

Careful. There are a vocal handful of commenters who seem to want more Soviet-style apartment buildings.

Anonymous
30 days ago

Too bad for the Venezuelan Hot Dog place. They’ll have to move again.

Anonymous
30 days ago

It never ceases to amaze me how many people wait in line for a…. hot dog. It’s always busy!

Anonymous
30 days ago

They are pretty good

Next Miami-kun ^_^
30 days ago

The best hot dogs are not made by Americans but by Venezuelans and Colombians 🤤

Anonymous
29 days ago

They’re not Americans too?

Anonymous
29 days ago

Um no. They’re Venezuelans and Colombians, just as the comment said. Lol In the English language, ‘American’ means someone from the U.S.

Next Miami-kun ^_^
29 days ago

My bad you’re right. Meant to say united statesian.

Nope
28 days ago

When they call you the “g” word in your own homeland, no they are not… but God forbid you call them something else.

Miami is awesome
30 days ago

I just pray for an unique design🙏

Cover the Podiums
30 days ago

I was about to say…no way they can fit a parking garage in those tiny lots..

transplant
30 days ago

I like the scale but more retail space would be nice.

SteventheREguy
30 days ago

Nice! Loving the growth of that area. I know Publix is close by, but it’ll be nice if a little mini mart works its way into one of the retail locations, unless there is and I’m not aware of it.

Anonymous
30 days ago

Unless it’s Japan, where the nastiest 7-Eleven is like a tiny Milam’s, mini marts here are all rubbish nobody wants to live under. I’d rather see a mid-size gourmet food store selling what you can’t find at Publix.

Anon
30 days ago

There is a nice bodega close by where you can pick up milk, fruit, basic groceries etc

Anonymous
30 days ago

Please no box(s) with irregular balconies and jailhouse windows.

Anonymous
30 days ago

Great location for more affordable housing!

Anon
30 days ago

It could go in either direction – a Renzo Piano luxury highrise is going up across the street

Miamian
30 days ago

lol. Affordable housing should be further west…much further. This is prime real estate.

Anonymous
30 days ago

I mean more affordable than brickell and central downtown, like middle income

Anon
30 days ago

Yes that would be further west as well. As mentioned above the cities greatest museums are all in this district – which is why starchitect Renzo Piano is building Casa Forma across the street from this site!

Anonymous
30 days ago

We could build new better museums with better architecture that aren’t on the waterfront, like somewhere central

anon
30 days ago

Good luck with that

Thermal
30 days ago

I want affordable condos on Fisher Island too then.

Sweet Trumpet
30 days ago

The units will be small but starving artists have to live somewhere.

Anonymous
30 days ago

Yes, like Allapattah which is the next Wynwood.

Anonymous
30 days ago

It already exists with Melo, relative to the location at least.

TERESITA GONZALEZ
30 days ago

How come developers nowadays are not required to provide parking spaces?

Annonymous
29 days ago

Because this is TRANSIT oriented development. it is literally in the name

ParkingHater
30 days ago

no parking?????? 😫

Anonymous
30 days ago

Some people can’t afford cars or parking spots, we can’t ignore that