A new 37-story downtown mixed-use tower called The District is being planned by one of Miami’s top developers, Related Group.
The District will include 343 residential units – but no parking spaces.
Amenities will include a gym, basketball court, racquetball court, pool, spa, BBQ area, and a lounge with a cafe.
At the ground floor will be retail, lobby, and a mail room.
The building height is planned to reach 394 feet above ground.
Units will be relatively small if used as residential, but large if used for hotel. Sizes start at 446 square feet and range up to 874 square feet, with each unit having a kitchen.
Sieger Suarez is the architect. In a description of the design, the developer wrote that “the subtle curve of the tower creates a dynamic simplicity in its appearance.”
Miami’s Urban Development Review Board will have a hearing on the project this Wednesday.
Related acquired the property in 2019 for $8.77 million. Shortly after the acquisition, the developer said that they planned micro-condo units for the site.
(Renderings by ArX Solutions)