Related Group Will Break Ground On 37-Story The District In Q4 2021

Related Group has revealed a groundbreaking date for another tower in downtown Miami.

The District, also known as District 225, will break ground in the fourth quarter of 2021, according to material provided to brokers.

Top off of the tower is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2022, with completion in the fourth quarter of 2023.

Sales are underway, with buyers depositing up to 40% during construction and the remainder at closing.

Buyer will place 10% at contract, and a second 10% 60 days after contract. Another 10% will be due at groundbreaking, and the fourth 10% deposit at top off.

The project will include 343 residential units.

Units appear to be in the $700 per square foot range, with condos to be delivered fully finished and furnished and permitted for short term rental on Airbnb.

No parking garage is being built.

The project was approved by Miami’s Planning Department in April 2021.

 

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Anonymous
5 months ago

Looks great! Downtown is coming together beautifully (minus Flagler).

Anonymous G
5 months ago

This will be a gorgeous building!

POLO
5 months ago

A great addition to the central business district.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Perfect infill

Anonymous
5 months ago

Excellent. If Mana would get out of the way, downtown Miami could realize its potential to be a great urban center.

Anonymous
5 months ago

very nice looking building.

Jesus
5 months ago

Excellent addition to Miami. What I like the most of this, no parking garage. I believe it’s time our developers and politicians make it mandatory to build little to no more parking.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

Anonymous
5 months ago

“politicians make it mandatory?”

I bet you’re one of those people who berate Communism.

Anonymous
5 months ago

What’s wrong with berating a government system that murdered hundreds of millions within the last 100 years?

Anonymous
5 months ago

Nothing.. but don’t bemoan that type of government and then want this type of government to act the same way.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Car free living is great, IF there is good public transit. Miami Dade is not there yet

Anonymous
5 months ago

Miami can never be there.
Like most American cities that were built for cars, not people.
Even on Brickell, there are banks with drive thru tellers.
Go figure

Anonymous
5 months ago

No, most cities were built before cars and then retrofitted with giant grade-separated roadways. The bones are still there for walkability. You just need a strong enough desire and plan beyond “hurr derr, expand Metromover.”

Anonymous
5 months ago

Yeah right
A metro area the size of a small country but only 6 million people can build a mass transit…
You guys are dreamers

Anonymous
5 months ago

Stunning tower

Brooklyn
5 months ago

Nice looking building but where is the pick-up/drop-off zone going to be located?

ArX Solutions
5 months ago

Hi, this is Patricio owner of http://www.arxsolutions.com
We did all Renderings for the this building. Also several other Related Group projects.
I hope that The Next Miami can put all other renderings. Some of them are more interesting than the one that are here.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Good infill

Anonymous
5 months ago

Another ArX Solutions renderings !!!!

Anonymous
5 months ago

Miami is becoming the city of AIRBNB. Lots of transients, few people committed as residents. It’s not good for the future of the city. These small units will never allow an anchor population for this town. Enough.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Okay.. but tell us something O’wise one, which one is causing this city to be a “transient city” and not someplace where people want to settle down; the AIRBNB’S, the immigrants, the people that make up this city, the type of city it is, what this city doesn’t offer, or these new “small unit” developments?

Anonymous
5 months ago

Right across the street from the Miami Federal Detention Center. That part didn’t seem to make it into the artist renderings.