Renderings Revealed For Two More Downtown Miami Towers Next To One River Point

KAR Properties has revealed renderings for two additional towers planned in downtown Miami.

The developer announced in May that One River Point will be relaunched with two additional phases added.

All of the new towers will be built on property owned by KAR in the riverfront complex.

The two new phases are currently known as MRP5 and MRP6. They would be built on two vacant lots north of the Ivy and Wind condo towers.

MRP5 will be a state-of-the-art multifamily tower with retail located adjacent to One River Point, according to KAR’s website

MRP6 will be a state-of-the-art office building located adjacent to One River Point.

Construction permitting continues for the 60-story, 817-foot One River Point towers, with activity on the permit as recent as July.

 

MRP6:

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Anonymous
1 month ago

The renders show both buildings on the same lot. Given KARs success on getting One River Point out of the ground, Ill hold my breathe here.

Anonymous
1 month ago

They are not on the same lot…

Anonymous
1 month ago

The developer returned deposits on all units several months ago. There is no marketing or permits being pulled on this project. This report is really a sham.

Anonymous
1 month ago

and you know this how?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Pls relocate that FPL power station. That land is right on the river and an eyesore.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I mean really, that power station there just looks plain stupid in the middle of downtown.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Don’t say that .. if they relocate the FPL then another building will come up there and we will be left with no view 😱

Anonymous
1 month ago

Iconic Design! Bye Views to the building behind.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Gorgeous

Anonymous
1 month ago

The renders are confusing because they don’t seem to accurately show exactly where these towers will stand especially as they relate to the twin tower river one project. That’s a lot of buildings on a relatively small lot if I understand this correctly.

Anonymous
1 month ago

You dont

Anonymous
1 month ago

I love (read: hate) how the renderings are completely different rendering styles, from different angles, and fail to show how the entire development would look with both of the new buildings blocking the views of Wind/Ivy.

Anonymous
1 month ago

This developer is joke! Introduces 2 new buildings, when he can’t even get the first one off the ground!

Anonymous
1 month ago

#1. Shahab is a great guy
#2. He probably doesnt care what you think.
#3. He owns all that land, and is not in a hurry.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I guess yall didnt read where it says the project will be RELAUNCHED!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Talk is cheap, get shovels in the ground for One River Point or sell it to somebody who will. There’s not a better time.

Anonymous
1 month ago

i will believe it when construction starts

WasLiedTo
1 month ago

I have clients who bought at ONE River Point 5 years ago and we’re still waiting to see when construction will start

Anonymous
1 month ago

They have returned all deposits!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Its Imposible Satellites From Space Demonstrated This Field is not allowed To Build Building, This is impossible to develop for the moment State’s have to Deal with owners to build a Smart Technology Park.

Anonymous
1 month ago

What are you on?

Anonymous
1 month ago

A C I D !

Anonymous
1 month ago

Beautiful buildings.

Anonymous
1 month ago

For those confused on the location. It’s not the parcel directly on the river. It’s the two parcels located on SW 3rd street next to the i95 downtown connector.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Exactly

Anonymous
1 month ago

Aren’t they supposed to be 928 ft tall?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Nice Buildings..anyone know the architect?

POLO
1 month ago

It looks that downtown, and Miami World will be the next big thing with all these towers planned, or under construction.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Amazing

Anonymous
1 month ago

TBH, they look better than boring One River Point. Curves and a roof that isn’t flat are always nice. If this is the developer’s Plan B, yes please.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Wow, that parking podium is hideous. Whatever!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Not every building can be like the ones in NYC where they don’t have a parking podium. Only one building has an underground podium and it’s being developed by AS & GG because the land in Miami consists of limestone. However, there are some buildings WITHOUT a parking podium, take for example: Centro Miami. If people demand more parking spaces, so what? If you want a building without a parking podium, build one yourself.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Slumlord Miami developers have to do what’s proven and cheap.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Or they could just build tall projects without any parking podiums, and have people complain that there isn’t any parking other than the ones available on the streets below, which causes a different problem. Or they could build underground parking podiums which can flood if there’s a broken pipe, or if the foundation isn’t done correctly, could lead to the building sinking.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Jade Signature, Capri, Brickell CitiCenter, and a handful others do not Parking podiums

Anonymous
1 month ago

Agree. It needs to be bigger.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I like it. Would you rather it have assorted clumps of sheet metal and a schizophrenic “mural?”