Plans have been submitted to Miami’s Urban Development Review Board for an office tower called Tower 36.
A Shell gas station is currently on the site where the new tower is proposed. Vacant land and a multifamily building behind the station are proposed to be unified with the gas station for a larger project site.
The new tower is proposed to rise 47 stories, or 635 feet, with 32 habitable levels (some levels exceed 14 feet in height and are considered two levels).
Tower 36 is proposed to include:
312,058 sq. ft. of Office
29,109 sq. ft. of Commercial Use
671 parking spaces
A restaurant and roof terrace is planned atop the parking podium. A rooftop garden is planned at the top of the tower.
Kohn Pederson Fox is the design architect. ODP is the project architect.
No Miami 21 zoning waivers are being requested. The project is proposed as of right, thanks to new revisions to the Miami 21 zoning code.
One Thousand Group is the developer, with the entity Tower 36, LLC listed as the contract purchaser. One Thousand Group is led by Kevin Venger, Louis Birdman and Michael Konig.