Related To Launch 60-Story Tower At 1400 Biscayne

'One Of The Rosiest Periods' Ever For Miami Real Estate, Jorge Perez Says

Related Group will soon launch sales of a 60-story high-end condo tower in downtown Miami, the company announced – and company founder Jorge Perez sound very bullish on the Miami market.

In an interview with The Real Deal, Perez said that the Miami real estate market is now enjoying “one of the rosiest periods” ever.

Perez predicted an “exodus” of residents escaping here from high tax places like New York will continue over the next two to four years. Any decline in domestic demand will be offset by new buyers from Latin America, he said.

Related’s newest tower will be developed at 1400 Biscayne, on the former Auberge condo site.

Related was granted approval in 2015 to build three towers on the property, with a total of 1,430 residential units:

  • Tower 1 – 59 stories, 310 units
  • Tower 2 – 59 stories, 498 units
  • Tower 3 – 49 stories, 568 units
  • 11-story podium with retail, restaurant, amenities, and 1,629 parking spaces

In 2016, the developer launched sales for a 328-unit luxury condo tower at 1400 Biscayne called Auberge, but later shelved the plans.

The new tower at 1400 Biscayne will be developed in addition to the 75-story Baccarat Residences in Brickell and the 37-story The District in downtown Miami, Related said.

 

 

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Anonymous
1 month ago

Stunning tower and project.

Anonymous
1 month ago

are these the auburge renderings?….they sure look like it…

ArX Solutions
1 month ago

Yes, the old name was Auberge. We did the renderings for both Auberge. This one and the Ft. Lauderdale.

Anonymous
1 month ago

My favorite picture is the one with laser beam shooting to the sky. Miami is really going for world domination!!😅

Anonymous
1 month ago

bah ha – dominating what? tackiness?

Anonymous
1 month ago

We’ve already dominated sarcasm and took it away from you apparently

Anonymous
1 month ago

you love tackiness, that’s why you are here reading news about ”tacky miami”

Anonymous
1 month ago

“Miami is really going for world domination!!”

No! That’s China 🇨🇳!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Taiwan !!!! Best country

Anonymous
1 month ago

Person 1: “I’m at that new luxury building, the one with the wavy balconies.”
Person 2: “Which one? That’s like saying your building is white with blue glass.”

Anonymous
1 month ago

Wavy balconies and CVS and you know it’s Marina Blue tho😉

Anonymous
1 month ago

but this one will be different – there will be lights on top that change colors – every color of the rainbow

Anonymous
1 month ago

For Pride month.

Realtalk Reilly
1 month ago

Also as a change of pace, instead of a CVS and a Subway in the “retail space,” there will be a Walgreens. And a Subway.

Mike Brady
1 month ago

I’m looking at this site right now and it’s amazing how the renderings do not show any of the suurrounding buildings, save for the Arsht Center.

Anonymous
1 month ago

correct,
They’re missing the melo bldgs. sometimes they’re old renderings and sometimes trying to convince the buyers. #looksaredeceiving

Anonymous
1 month ago

Great location

Anonymous
1 month ago

Avis can place 100 vehicles of different types that any resident can swipe his card and drive for far less than owning. Maybe 20% of cars in my downtown building are gone at once.

Anonymous
1 month ago

So 1 tower instead of 3?

Anonymous
1 month ago

related is investing big in miami. keep it up please

Anonymous
1 month ago

Where’s the map you always put in the articles?!

Anonymous
1 month ago

The interior design is beautiful, very NYC. Meh-lo take notes…

Anonymous
1 month ago

So the author failed to mention if this replaces the previous 3 towers in terms of number of units.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I like how Related conveniently leaves all of the Melo buildings out of the renderings. Especially in the 6th pic. I’m sure that is totally by mistake. 😉

Anonymous
1 month ago

One day you will solve the near impossible mystery of why photographers and makers of renderings emphasize their subject matter and delete the superfluous surroundings. Good luck, gumshoe!

Anonymous
1 month ago

lol.. poor thing doesn’t notice that other developers do the same thing in most of their renderings.

ArX Solutions
1 month ago

Hi, this is Patricio owner of http://www.arxsolutions.com
We did the Renderings for the this building. The renderings are old and we did some time ago but now is coming a new round. I hope you like them!!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Well Mr. Perez, every rose has its thorn. Enjoy Trump’s economy while it lasts.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Wouldn’t that go for every developer in Miami or USA? No investment is without risk. Realise your 401k or IRA stock gains from the Trump economy while it lasts.

Anonymous
1 month ago

You know, it’s really weird to me how some think Donald Trump knew what to do to so-called “save this USA economy,” but he didn’t have the knowledge to save just one of those three casinos under his watch in Atlantic City NJ?

Putting a little thought into something sometimes can really clear up any confusion.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Oh please. I’m sure you were giving Obama credit for the economy during the Trump presidency as well

Anonymous
1 month ago

“Credit for a Trump economy?” Lol.. the Oval Office tweeter did something with the U.S. economy that he couldn’t do with three casinos that went out of business under his watch after being the president for less that one year?

No wonder Sarah Huckabee Sanders said “fuck this shit, I better get outta here while the get’n is good!”

Anonymous
1 month ago

A Pointy Bosom statue, fascinating!

Anonymous
1 month ago

So we no longer have to look at the blasé Melody?

Anonymous
1 month ago

You mean at the floor level, obviously not inside the tower, this is the area by the omni transit center which yes, does have some folks like that roaming around near that burger king and checkers off biscayne blvd. Those two fast food joints have really got to go already!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Wow, undulating balconies…what a fresh new idea!

Anonymous
1 month ago

These are Auberge renderings that were done by ArX Solutions. They did also the Ft. Lauderdale Auberge. I know that they are working in the new set of renderings for Related.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Office space

Anonymous
1 month ago

With demolition permit pending related isn’t moving on this or the project in the other article.

Anonymous
1 month ago

same old shit!!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Another nearly 2,000 cars added to downtown where zero parking is required by zoning code. Not saying they shouldn’t build any — but build it and they will come (cars in this case). Want to be a world-class city? Look beyond the car!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yes.. Millionaires moving to Miami just want to ride Metromover and Metrorail.. LOL

Anonymous
1 month ago

I second that “LOL…”

Anonymous
1 month ago

I’ll never understand the thinking of most of these people who come on TNM site, because this comment is only agreeing with the comment above it yet it gets two thumb down votes while the comment its agreeing with get 14 thumb up votes. (scratching my head)

Anonymous
1 month ago

Millionaires in NYC ride the subway…

Anonymous
1 month ago

true. i’m a millionaire in NYC and that’s how I get around. but us millionaires in NYC are educated and confident without having to show off in a car.

Anonymous
1 month ago

yea, lets see how you do in Miami when there are not close transit stops and youre sweating your ass off walking for 2 minutes

Anonymous
1 month ago

I sold my car 2 years ago and get around just fine. If you live and work in the urban core/Miami Beach, you’re good. Hialeah and Kendall need work, but I doubt the people living here will go out there for any real reason.

Anonymous
1 month ago

QED

Actually, the aggressive car culture in Miami is probably the most annoying feature to a newcomer. From rental supercars circling the block to the tuning of cars so they sound like biker gang Harleys, it’s penis-extension central. It’s true that public transit isn’t like NYC, but it’s better than many comparably sized cities. It’s a shame the Metrorail doesn’t run elevated above the tracks along the coast, but hopefully the Brightline offering will help people get from Brickell/Downtown to Wynwood/DD for recreation sans Uber/Lyft or DUI. Extension of the Metromove to DD as Wynwood continues to develop will hopefully complement this and allow everything from Southern Brickell to DD to be available to pedestrians. Faster please…

Anonymous
1 month ago

Great post…. it isn’t the cars that are the problem. Its the idiots in the car!

Anonymous
1 month ago

They way you vote and then flee elsewhere isn’t very educated and confident.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Your post IS showing off.

You are showing off your moral superiority because your car is a subway car subsidized by taxpayers.

Educated, showing off in a subway car.

As me, I like my car. It doesn’t smell like urine, even in the hottest days. The air conditioning is reliable and customizable, the sound system is terrific and I can speak freely in my hands free phone with privacy and without disturbing people around me.

I paid for it myself, I pay for the operations myself, maintenance myself, and it goes precisely where I want it to go and on my schedule I am not asking anyone to pay for it, subsidize it, or extend my car to take me somewhere.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The subway is not a free dinky electric shortbus, or decent but underutilized elevated railway that north of downtown, just goes to the airport and the ghetto. Even the 70s NYC subway was more attractive than Miami’s transit has ever been… well except maybe the 1920s when streetcars existed.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Wtf?..

Anonymous
1 month ago

Not anymore…

ex-Londoner resident in 33132
1 month ago

FACT: Millionaires and famous celebs in London take the Tube [subway]. Their time is valuable!

AZARIUS
1 month ago

GOTTA HAVE A EFFICIENT SYSTEM FIRST

Anonymous
1 month ago

Of course.
If the Metrorail saved time I’d use it, but compared to London or New York, Miami’s traffic is a cake walk.

99% of the time, driving in Miami is faster and more productive.

When I do business in New York, of course I take the stairs underground into the dark stinkiness, the alternative is too slow.

Anonymous
1 month ago

there are no jobs in that area from the major employers in Miami and no infrastructure to get people to their jobs.

Anonymous
1 month ago

everyone is remote

Anonymous
1 month ago

If they work in downtown or Brickell the metromover can get them there tho

Mike Brady
1 month ago

Thre is the School Board, the Hilton, and the new Ferari dealer. Maybe an opening for education bureaucrats, housekeepers, and exotic car sales and service folks.

Anonymous
1 month ago

dont forget Checkers – i went thru the drive thru late one night and the cashier showed me his willy.

Anonymous
1 month ago

New checkers on NE 62 st

Anonymous
1 month ago

What dont yall comprehend about the people who live in these buildings like this one dont have want to take mass transit.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Poor people like me still want great public transportation that actually goes somewhere. The rich in NYC, Paris, and DC take public transportation, so its likely they will in Miami if it’s actually good.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Miami people that have money are tacky – not like the rich in other cities that still take public transit – i

Anonymous
1 month ago

…and the times they are a’changin.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The people you think are rich, are likely not. Carlito/Trevon renting a car on Friday to blow their paycheck for the weekend or spending their stimulus at Gucci, don’t count. There are a lot of fake rich in Miami.

Anonymous
1 month ago

So what do you do in this city Mr funny man? People like you balk at people who will spend money that keeps the businesses in this town going and all these same businesses can expect from you is hot breath when trying to be funny while doing nothing every weekend with your money but sitting back in your easy chair banging on computer keys and drinking cheap stale beer.

NYC Loves Miami
1 month ago

It would be interesting to know what percentage of the rich want to take public transportation. Remember, the rich represent a small percentage of society.

Anonymous
1 month ago

They actually do, look at NYC, major multi-million dollar buildings have almost no parking space

Anonymous
1 month ago

Residents are chauffeured with their cars stored offsite, or take a taxi.

NYC Loves Miami
1 month ago

Exactly. I’m not convinced the majority of rich people are taking the bus or subway.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Not bragging…its just the way that is…
Most of my colleagues and clients have car services of one kind or another in New York. The buildings have house cars; residential and office.

Anonymous
1 month ago

We’re getting there. The SMART plan is a small step forward to addressing our traffic woes. LA doesn’t have a robust public transportation system, it’s still a world class city.

Anonymous
1 month ago

LMAOOO @SMART. Nothing smart about concentrating on buses in 2021.

Anonymous
1 month ago

And don’t forget those archaic looking Trolleys…

Anonymous
1 month ago

The only bad thing about the trolleys is their frequency, especially on the weekends. What’s great about Metromover is precisely that it runs frequently, so you don’t spend a long time on the platform.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Except when it breaks down and is filled with homeless.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Well if you actually read my comment, I said it was a SMALL step not a big one. Obviously the SMART plan has many flaws, but, in many ways its a ***SMALL STEP*** forward.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I would argue that LA is NOT a world class city. It is a well-known sure, but it is a sprawling urban suburbia. Hardly world class. I would also argue that the ONLY city in the US that is world class is NYC, and you could make an argument for Chicago maybe.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I agree and Miami could very much be a smaller NYC (especially considering how many New Yorkers live or have second homes here already). But unless we concentrate on public transportation, excellent education and the arts (museums&theaters), it won’t happen!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Miami and NYC have nothing in common – why make the comparison? Miami is more similar to Panama City in Panama. New with no history vertical suburb.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Miami similar to panama city? Miami does n’t have the poverty levels of panama city and it has much more glamour and culture.most of miami it’s not vertical .Brickell is a vertical suburb in some areas but not everywhere.edgewater is very walkable and it has restaurants,parks, medical centers and supermarkets so i don’t think is a ”vertical suburb”

Anonymous
1 month ago

People make a mistake in confusing NYC with Manhattan. People who live in Southern Brooklyn, eastern Queens, or nearly anywhere in the Bronx could easily be an hour away by any reasonable form of transit from the most attractive features of Manhattan (Museums, Arts, Central Park, restaurant scene, etc.) If you pare down the analysis to Manhattan below Columbia and areas in Queens and Brooklyn one or two subway stops in from the water, you have something that compares more reasonably to Miami from Coconut Grove to DD including Miami Beach up to the same latitude. It’s not that crazy, but the key is transit. Traveling by car in Manhattan is increasingly painful as bike lanes have encroached on major avenues.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The subway in NYC reaches every corner of it…well, besides Staten Island but that’s a different conversation and trust me you don’t want to be like Staten Island😅

Anonymous
1 month ago

so in your opinion in this world there are only a very few cities that are world class?. LA is not world class because is a sprawling suburbia?.there are many cities in latin america that are very dense and walkable with great mass transit systems and that does n’t make them world class. being very urban or being a sprawling suburbia it’s not what qualifies or disqualifies a city from being world class. it’s many things that make a city world class

Anonymous
1 month ago

I would argue that what makes a city world class comes from specific areas of excellence. A city may be world class in some ways but not others. It’s not just population or density. It’s the pre-eminence of what’s there. Chicago has two world class universities. New York has at least one, plus Juilliard. Boston is university central. L.A. is ok, but UCLA and USC are not quite at the level of Chicago’s or New York’s finest. Miami is clearly behind in these areas. However, it’s not just museums and schools that matter. South Florida is spectacularly beautiful in a way that sets it apart. There are, in fact, forms of beauty and activities that you can enjoy here that aren’t available in the world’s most pre-eminent cities. Plus, there is a tailwind here, where some of the other cities have negative momentum.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I agree – Miami is certainly not world class nor LA… Chicago is like a big small town.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Americans are fleeing blue states such as New York and California for southern and southeastern states, especially Texas and Florida, according to a new study.
As violent crime surges in liberal metropolitan areas like Los Angeles and New York City, residents are migrating south to red areas, according to a new report by North American Van Lines (NAVL).
The report is statistics from an independent company and nothing to do with FOX NEWS!!

“Despite the 2020 pandemic, this year Americans are following similar moving trends as prior years. Millions of Americans are moving either to start a new job or to move home,”

The Indiana-based moving and trucking company said in its 2020 Migration Report. The company offers long distance and local moving services as well as storage services.

Among states experiencing a large exodus of residents, New York, in particular New York City, saw the most people leave. The next cities people are leaving are three California cities, Anaheim, San Diego, and Riverside.

Meanwhile, the most popular destinations for movers are Idaho, Arizona, Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina, Florida, Texas, and Colorado. Last year, Tennessee became more popular than South Carolina, compared to the 2019 results.

The exodus of residents from blue states comes as violent crime surges in the very major metropolitan areas where movements to defund the police have taken root. ( Not in Miami, and now the police is working in a campaign to eliminate and put on jail all those mass shooters that are gang members ! 🤨 Not legal gun owners)

Conservatives and Centrist Democrats have expressed concern that an influx of people from areas that vote Democrat-Socialist could end up turning red states purple, despite the crime wave in blue areas being the result of Democrat Leftist policies.🤓

In New York City, shootings increased 73% to 173 in May compared to only 100 in May, 2020, according to the NYPD. Crime was up in the city 22% in May compared to the same time last year.🧐

Chicago has seen 289 homicides this year, 16 more than last year, including over a string of deadly weekends recently. Over the past two weekends, nine people were killed and nearly 100 others were injured by gun violence in the city.

Meanwhile in Los Angeles, murders have shot up 22% over the same period last year, with 141 murders in the city so far this year. In 2021, 600 people have been shot, an increase of 59% compared to this point last year.

Anonymous
1 month ago

That shit sounds like something you saw and read on a fake rightwing media site on the internet.

William
1 month ago

Chicago is a crime ridden sinking ship.

Anonymous
1 month ago

“LA is not a world class city “…. And it’s going down the drain !! By the minute
😡

This is what happens when you incentivize crime, create a social welfare structure that makes people dependent on the state, not to mention the high taxes, onerous regulations, and decades of one party rule. I speak from experience. I grew up in the South Bay (the enclave of cities south of LAX). I saw the decline of the area first hand for more that 25 years before I finally had enough and moved to Florida. Los Angeles and the surrounding county are unsafe. There is no polite way to put it. The State of California has decriminalized petty theft and spent most of 2020 releasing violent felons out of prison in the name of Covid safety measures. That combined with a surge of illegal immigration and now the entire state has become a dystopian nightmare. The “California dream” is dead, or perhaps it has changed to “I dream of leaving California”.😡

Anonymous
1 month ago

homeless encampments in california are crime hubs, controlled by gangs.they want to expand everywhere in the usa.so they may be coming to our neighborhoods

Anonymous
1 month ago

ha ha.. dude is pulling out his hair trying to understand this capitalistic system of living in this country. Forget it my man, pointing fingers at something will not make your point. Ignoring the history of this country will always cause people like you to blame what you’re witnessing now on others and not facing facts that it’s nothing new, just more of it.

Michael
1 month ago

Ugly.design

Anonymous
1 month ago

Dude, it’s Arquitectonica, what kind of design do you expect?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Ha ha… all these thumb down votes just shows how many people get paid by Aquitectonica to be on this site.