Revealed: 300 Biscayne To Become Miami’s Tallest With Hotel & Condos

Developer PMG has released a rendering of their upcoming 300 Biscayne project, which is set to become Miami’s tallest tower at 1,041 feet above ground.

According to a description, the ultra-luxury project will include a hotel and branded residences.

Previously, the developer had said that there would be about 500 condo units in an 88-story tower, although it isn’t clear if that remains the plan.

A 20,000-square-foot high-tech sales center is currently under construction on the site. It will include visual and tactile features designed to distinguish it from other products on the market.

 

Rendering by ArX Solutions

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Anonymous
3 years ago

woah that’s different from what I was expecting

Anonymous
3 years ago

Same. I was expecting something along the lines of Echo and Muse with a similar sexy curve. It’s different, but not sure yet whether I like it or not. Still squinting at it with my head tilted to the side. ???

One thing for sure. It pops out of the skyline.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Yea, same here. More renderings of it is needed. I’ll wait until they’re posted.

Anonymous
3 years ago

kinda looks like its gonna tip over which is neat. feels like they knew people were expecting another curvy building like Echo Brickell/Muse (and everything else in the city) and went with complete opposite. polarizing = good.

Anonymous
3 years ago

It’s only one rendering but it looks different, which is always good, hope we can see the rest real soon.

marc
3 years ago

There’s like 2-3 other buildings being proposed either directly next door or a block or two away that will be the same height so it’ll help this one not look so out of place once they’re all up years from now.

Domitian
3 years ago

I think the design is excellent. I’m impressed by PMG’s delivery pace and product quality.

Anonymous
3 years ago

you guys complain if its short and complain when its tall. c’mon

Danny Costa
3 years ago

I kinda like the design. I bet it’ll look good when Miami World Center is next to/behind it. But don’t complain. We’re getting a 1,000ft+ tower!

Anonymous
3 years ago

I heard from an inside source it willl be another mandarin oriental.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Interesting, considering MO Residences were planned for Brickell key

Anonymous
3 years ago

I also heard from inside sources they were also in talks with Shangri-La and Fairmont. But nothing is inked yet.

Anonymous
3 years ago

love it, build it!

Anonymous
3 years ago

There are a dozen or so supertalls, 1000ft or more, for Miami. If several of them actually get built, this will not look out of place.
One of them has to be the first.

Anonymous
3 years ago

“proposed for Miami” instead of “for Miami”

Anonymous
3 years ago

It’s a beautiful and contemporary design that will definitely stand out amongst the other boring and predictable Related and Arquitectonica cookie cutter buildings.

MiamiArchi
3 years ago

I like the concept and think the building good look great, but I honestly think that the Height is the issue. The building is so disjointed that with its height it just looks kind of awkward.

Anonymous
3 years ago

OK for one its one render an you can’t really even get a clear picture of the design.until we get more picture y’all need to shut the hell up! Also me this is not a true representation of the actual height. Of course it will be tall be definitely won’t look out of place once the other towers in the area are built.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Who’s the structural engineer?

Anonymous
3 years ago

but will it have a giant parking garage?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Yes, on the very top of the building.

Vivi Klinar
3 years ago

Who is the architect? Would it host public space at ground level? Would it be green? Is it a pedestal bldg? How many units? Mix-use?

Anonymous
3 years ago

I thought that is where the World Trade Center of the America’s was going?

marc
3 years ago

No, the lot where the Holiday Inn sits right next door.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Does not fit into skyline. This would look better randomly in design district.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Sorry to disagree with you. But what skyline are you talking about?
There’s hardly any buildings around it. I think we need it and quick. I”m not crazy about the design but that area is so sparsely populated and so devoid of buildings that anything is better than nothing.

Anonymous
3 years ago

this building does not fit into the biscayne wall. If anything is better than nothing than put a garbage dump there.

Anonymous
3 years ago

“If anything is better than nothing than put a garbage dump there.”

Um, what?

David
3 years ago

Agree

Anonymous
3 years ago

It seems it’s going to fall… doesn’t seem to be able to support CAT 5 hurricanes

Anonymous
3 years ago

it does not compliment the miami skyline. very ugly design for the progressive design of miami and its history.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Sorry, but I don’t like it. You can put this elsewhere at 500-600 feet, and just insert Sunny isles Muse at 1041 feet right there. Done!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Gotta agree with everyone else on this one…BIG thumbs down!

Anonymous
3 years ago

ugly

Anonymous
3 years ago

It is a unique design, but I’m not in love…

Anonymous
3 years ago

Way too skinny. Would look much better with three cubes taken off the top.

Anonymous
3 years ago

It looks like a design idea from a toddler playing with Lego blocks.

Anonymous
3 years ago

My same thought. Absolutely hideous and we live next door to this archictural after thought. Horrible!