Related Group Submits Plans To Build One Island Park In Miami Beach, Designed By Arquitectonica

Related Group has filed plans to build on office complex called One Island Park on Terminal Island in Miami Beach.

One Island Park is proposed to include:

  • 123,087 square feet of office
  • 120-seat rooftop restaurant
  • 283 parking spaces
  • superyacht marina with 7 slips (existing)

To lure the desired Class-A office tenants, the two five-story buildings will feature tall, 14-foot floor-to- ceiling heights. Tenants will also enjoy open plan floor plates that capture views of both the Miami and Miami Beach skylines, as well as moored yachts and passing cruise ships, the developer wrote.

Related is currently in negotiations with an office user that is exactly the type of tenant that Miami Beach is trying attract, a letter from an attorney representing the developer said.

Miami Beach’s Design Review Board is scheduled to review the proposal on February 2.

Arquitectonica is the architect.

 


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Anonymous
2 days ago

LOL at the Pedestrians in the renderings… As if anyone would ever walk to/from this site.

Anonymous
2 days ago

lol – i thoght the same thing – so silly the rendering of the people are always white folk women blond with huge grins legs spread and guys like a ken doll looking on – not reality

Anonymous
1 day ago

In Miami Beach, that is reality.

You must be from somewhere like St Louis or Knoxville.

J.M.
1 day ago

Have you ever been to Miami Beach? Or South of Fifth for that matter?

Anonymous
2 days ago

A monorail stop there would be pretty smart

Anonymous
2 days ago

absolutely not. the potential ridership vs the cost wouldn’t pass any test. and shouldn’t.

Anonymous
1 day ago

Let me guess, you think Metromover should be expanded to all ends of the county with the same capacity and rolling stock with no fee.

Anonymous
1 day ago

Nah.. just all through Egdewater, Wynwood, and the Design district.

Oh, and also to Miami Beach and back.

Anonymous
21 hours ago

So basically places where a railroad R-O-W already runs through and a route where the capacity isn’t there to accommodate the demand. Did you take the shortbus to school as a kid?

Anonymous
14 hours ago

Heyyy, you remember the short bus I was on that stopped in front of your mom’s house to pick you up?!

Azarius
2 days ago

this property has so much more potential

Anonymous
2 days ago

Yes.! It should stay one of the few industrial zoned areas in the city.!

Anonymous
2 days ago

Um.. there’s plenty of land in south west Miami-Dade for industry. If tourism is your thing, then don’t bs around and make it look like Miami has factories near it’s downtown.

Azarius
2 days ago

Related needs to go back to the drawing board with this one

Anonymous
2 days ago

Just another developer that made a bad investment (the land) looking to get bailed out by the public (zoning change). For once, make them eat their loss.

Anonymous
2 days ago

What a difference compared to the condo they propose before.

Anonymous
2 days ago

Should be proposed

Anonymous
2 days ago

Car centric development doesn’t belong on Miami Beach.

Anonymous
2 days ago

This location is off the beach and relatively isolated. As an office site, being “car centric” is necessary.

Anonymous
2 days ago

Plenty of office space are in urban areas and are not car centric. Understand it’s a high profile hedge fund/private equity group that’s considering this site, but still, this is antithesis to the development the city is trying to push.

Anonymous
2 days ago

again its on a isolated area thus cars are needed

Anonymous
2 days ago

Hence why it’s not currently zoned for office nor residential.

Anonymous
2 days ago

Looks like it’s just a spit of land. A hotel might be more appropriate. Certainly not office buildings. The city should strive to create a major office district in downtown/World Center, not Miami Beach. The beach is a tourist magnet and will always be. A district would attract a concentration of companies with an educated workforce, thereby giving World Center (for example) some credibility instead of just another condo haven.

J.M.
1 day ago

Another hotel? Groundbreaking…./s.

Anonymous
1 day ago

Thats true. Until now miami has separate successfully the tourism industry zone from corporate office zone.

Anonymous
2 days ago

yeah cause no one drives in Miami? huh?

Anonymous
2 days ago

Nice design

Anonymous
2 days ago

Please.. Arquitectonica design like it’s the 1940’s.

Optimist
1 day ago

1940s designs weren’t bad.

Anonymous
1 day ago

Sure, Jan. It’s so nice, it has parking garages FRONTING the water.

Alpina
2 days ago

What???? So low in height that just one yacht completely obstructs the view of the first 4 floors; oh wait, there are only 4 floors…

J.M.
1 day ago

Please build this! This is the kinda business the city of Miami Beach needs. Enough with the condos and hotels.

Anonymous
1 day ago

Agreed!

Anonymous
2 days ago

Should be much taller, don’t let the coast guard control your property

Anonymous
2 days ago

As a beach resident, I think the height is just fine. Not a practical site for intense development.

Anonymouse
2 days ago

Totaly agree,they give up too easily.

Anonymous
2 days ago

amazing how the coast guard is able to hinder or delay development in Miami, they should move somewhere else practical and we can build nicer things on their land..

Anonymous
2 days ago

their more vital than a office building

Anonymous
1 day ago

I am sure the height restrictions has to do with Coast Guard operations and port security.

Anonymous
2 days ago

another uninspired design, I’ve already forgotten what it looks like as I type this

Anonymous G
2 days ago

I like this idea for the property. Brings much needed value to the area. Hopefully this will go through. Wish it would of been low rise condos.

Anonymous
2 days ago

This written by a bot? The area is a small industrial area adjacent to a highway.

Anonymous
1 day ago

No, that’s the Miami Winning posts that are made by bots.

J.M.
1 day ago

This area is literally less than 5 minutes away from one of the most desirable places in the Miami area. It’s not just a “small industrial area”.