‘Responsible’ Condo Building At Former Kubik Site Features Large Units

An environmentally and socially responsible condo project is coming to the former Kubik site at 57th and Biscayne.

Green Dragon Group will build the project, called Fifty Seven, with large floor plans and high ceilings. Unit sizes will range from  2,200 to 4,700 square feet, with ceiling heights that are between 10 and 12 feet.

The project was first reported on by Curbed.

Green Dragon, managed by Carlos Cuevas, bought the 2.3-acre property in July for $15 million. A previous developer had plans approved in 2003 to build a 300-unit condominium project, but neighborhood activists delayed the development with lawsuits.

Sieger Suarez is the architect.


Fifty Seven, the newest residential architectural gem of Miami’s Upper Eastside where luxury meets responsibility.

Fifty Seven shall be an iconic residential mixed-use urban enclave inspired by the timeless Miami Modern (MiMo) design aesthetic and built on the principles of sustainable real estate development.

Fifty Seven shall set the standard for luxury and innovation in real estate design and development, while also pushing the envelope in creating a vibrant place to live that is in balance with its surrounding community and the natural environment.

A neighborhood within a neighborhood. The goal of Fifty Seven is to create a beautifully designed residential mixed-use urban real estate development that adheres to the highest standards of financial, environmental and social performance. Through the application of cutting edge technologies, sustainability principles and a collaborative management approach, we strive to create a development that will enhance the local environment and the lives of our residents, drive positive economic outcomes and mitigate its load on the natural and local systems.