Revealed: 17th Street Tower Planned Next To Canvas With 252 Apartments

The developer of the recently completed Canvas condo tower has submitted plans to build a rental tower next door.

The sales center for Canvas is currently on the property.

17th Street Tower is proposed to include:

  • 252 rental apartments
  • 38,307 square feet of office on the top four floors
  • 224 parking spaces
  • 4,500 square feet commercial/retail
  • 29 story, 360-foot height
  • 353,161 square feet of total FLR

NR Investments is the developer. Zyscovich is the architect.

The project is scheduled for a hearing before the Urban Development Review Board On June 19.

 

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Anonymous
1 year ago

Exciting to see this.. A&E neighborhood is coming together.. time to fill in the rest of the empty lots.

Anonymous
1 year ago

FILL THEM UP WITH SKYSCRAPERS!!

Anonymous
1 year ago

It can take 4 to 6 decades to fill all those empty lots. The truth is we may not see it come to fruition

Anonymous
1 year ago

Nahhh.. not that long. Miami just needs to cut it out with all the red tape and move out of the way so developers can fill in these empty lots and I would say in about four to five years, the area would look vastly different.

Anonymous
1 year ago

5 to 10 years

Anonymous
1 year ago

if melo buys the empty lots, they can develop them in about 5 years

Anonymous
1 year ago

**5 months

Anonymous
1 year ago

So different, unplanned and unlivable that you don’t want to be in this neighborhood.

Anonymous
1 year ago

the hood is beyond ghetto – not safe to walk or park. no where to eat. drive into your apt. and do what? watch TV? so gross.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Remember, where you now live, used to be swamp land.

Anonymous
1 year ago

It will be another 30+ years before you see livability in this swampland

Anonymous
1 year ago

You’re gross.

Anonymous
1 year ago

and who is going to live in all these new places and where are they going to work?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Aren’t you glad you don’t have to figure that out for anyone?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Silly

Anonymous
1 year ago

THE NEXT BRICKELL

Anonymous
1 year ago

Not with Melos choice of architecture

Anonymous
1 year ago

Sucks for those who bought Canvas units facing North but great for density.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Because the graveyard view was so great

Anonymous
1 year ago

At least they had a view. Plus they could see Wynwood and Edgewater.

Anonymous
1 year ago

prob all empty anyway u suck

Anonymous
1 year ago

Great infill project. I do wish it was taller…

Anonymous
1 year ago

I approve

Anonymous
1 year ago

Tower complements Canvas nicely.

Miami Realist
1 year ago

Why would the developer block his north view of Canvas.? Now all condo owner’s on the north view will be pissed at this development especially that it’s a rental community coming next door.

Anonymous
1 year ago

It’s probably why they waited until they sold all their units at Canvas to announce this.

Anonymous
1 year ago

right – and like the developer cares? geez some really naive people here.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Welcome to The Next Miami.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Lol.

Anonymous
1 year ago

More “affordable housing” comes to Miami. A welcome mix to the Brickell high-end housing.

Anonymous
1 year ago

I like it!

Anonymous
1 year ago

another design fail having the pool deck between buildings. Be smart and put pool on the rooftop.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Another design expert.

Anonymous
1 year ago

just doing my job… ??‍♀️??‍♀️

Anonymous
1 year ago

But not getting paid for it.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Giving Without Expectation – GaryV

Anonymous
1 year ago

Well, when bad design sticks out what can you expect?

Anonymous
1 year ago

i feel it in my groin

Anonymous
1 year ago

It’s a hernia.

Anonymous
1 year ago

having the pool deck in the shade is like taking a bath in the tub.

Anonymous
1 year ago

That parking podium is hideous. Miami has a design review panel, right?

Anonymous
1 year ago

omg!! You are so boring. I personally love bright colors and greenery.

Anonymous
1 year ago

oh damn they should have asked your expert opinion first, huh?

Anonymous
1 year ago

By “bright colors and greenery,” you mean randomly-assorted panels of sheet metal? What the hell is the point of covered parking garages like it? I spoils an otherwise decent building, and it would be better to just have metal nets with vines for actual greenery.

Anonymous
1 year ago

As if on cue here comes the “parking podium bashers.”