Revealed: 48-Story Natiivo Tower Next To Miami Worldcenter, Designed For Airbnb

Natiivo, a 48-story tower planned in downtown Miami, was revealed by developers yesterday.

It is the first project in Miami to be “powered by Airbnb,” with units designed for short term rentals in partnership with Airbnb. Natiivo will charge 25 percent of income for management, plus another 3 percent Airbnb listing fee.

In total there will be 604 units, with over 400 to be sold and the remaining 200 retained by the developer to rent hotel rooms. Prices will range from $300,000 to $1.2 million.

Units that are developer owned will include robes and slippers, in room laundry, and kitchens that can be stocked with local meal kits upon request. Other options will include dog walking services and fresh cut flowers. Check in will be keyless through the app.

Newgard Development’s NGD Homesharing and Crescent Heights are the developers. Cervera is the broker handling sales.

A Niido Airbnb homesharing tower is also planned in Edgewater by Newgard and Crescent Heights, TRD reported.

Arquitectonica is the architect designing the tower, with interiors by Urban Robot.

 

Previously: Soil Testing At Galbut-Controlled Land Next To Miami Worldcenter

Soil testing at the site in February:

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Anonymous
1 year ago

Man are we behind Asia when it comes to attractive/modern designs.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Most Asian buildings are boxes, only city where almost every highrise is unique looking is Dubai.

peej
1 year ago

Singapore would beg to differ…

Anonymous
1 year ago

Qatar would definitely beg to differ. Also the Petronas in Kuala Lumpur

Anonymous
1 year ago

They have plenty of boxes too are you all blind ?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Central Tokyo would beg to differ as well.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Central Tokyo is nothing but boxes the last twenty-five years, as zoning focuses on FAR and there’s an airport minutes away even more restrictive compared to MIA. Ain’t nothing like the bubble economy towers from the 1980s and early 1990s, the height of Postmodern architecture before Neo-modernist and contemporary crap.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Tokyo is Box capital with plenty of buildings being grey.

Anonymous
1 year ago

You obviously haven’t been to Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Bangkok or Jakarta

Anonymous
1 year ago

Have you been to Doha? Abu Dhabi? Singapore?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Seoul, Tapei, and Kuala Lumpur would also beg to differ….

Anonymous
1 year ago

I’ve been those cities and they’re plenty of boxes, we do you all keep acting like these cities have better architecture than Miami.

Anonymous
1 year ago

And this one is decent compared to some others. If we’re behind compared to Asia we’re light years behind Middle Eastern designs

Anonymous
1 year ago

No We are not! Our buildings stay erect and functional post Hurricanes.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Not just design. In Kuala Lumpur this biz model is not rare.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Finally closing the gab between downtown and Miami Worldcenter

Anonymous
1 year ago

Yes fill in the infamous gap

Anonymous
1 year ago

Is that all you care about? How about closing that gap with something that is so exceptional that when seen by the rest of tne world would immediately identify the city as MIAMI?

Anonymous
1 year ago

It’s a huge gap though

Anonymous
1 year ago

Great concept, lousy yet unobtrusive design.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Okay, a little better Aquitectonica, a little better….

Anonymous
1 year ago

It is basically only a box, but I kinda like it.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Yeah the design isn’t all that but i’m glad more Miami World center developments are coming

Anonymous
1 year ago

I like the base! Two solid podium designs by ARQ revealed on next today.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Natiivo will charge 25 percent of income for management, plus another 3 percent Airbnb listing fee. ????!!!! Plus, owners are in competition with the management’s 200 rooms !??? Are owners allowed to manage the unit themselves ??

Anonymous
1 year ago

Trying to understand the arithmetic myself.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Yes it’s very clear that the unit owner can list it on Airbnb themselves.

Anonymous
1 year ago

I think they’re referring to management of the amenities, as opposed to the units.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Most branded condo/hotel programs give owners 65% and take management takes 35%. They also require “spring cleaning” fees annually, and require owners to refresh the furniture/designs every 5 years or so. The 28% fee isn’t so bad.
I wouldn’t do it, but it is competitive with the market.

I wouldn’t do it because, yes, you are competing with the developer/manager, you are sure to be the last to be rented (except on those compression weeks!).

Daniel
1 year ago

I was think just that, they will sell it to some very naive buyers im sure

Anonymous
1 year ago

I like the design, Location is incredible and having your real estate work for you with Airbnb, great Idea!

Anonymous
1 year ago

They may want to check with the city of Miami before pushing AirBnb. Airbnb recently lost a case against the city of Miami…..

Anonymous
1 year ago

It’ll be sold out soon. The concept works very well and location will be so, so on point.
At the center of the city with transportation.
Great development

Anonymous
1 year ago

great project

Anonymous
1 year ago

Arquitectonica, interesting name for company that has only one design.

Anonymous
1 year ago

It would be a solid filler, but I don’t like how it’s going to dwarf Freedom Tower. Something taller and monumental needs to be in between.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Freedom Tower will never be dwarfed. The architecture is so stunning, it will shadow anything built around it. Actually, it may even enhance it and give it walkability

Interested
1 year ago

Was “Dull” the look they were going for?

Anonymous
1 year ago

is there ground floor retail?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Yo, maybe, but if not, it isn’t necessary because the Miami World Center is just steps away.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Its right infront of a metro mover stop it should have something

Anonymous
1 year ago

This building will also be basically across the street from Bayside Marketplace.. so what will the tenets be lacking?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Literally anything, it doesnt have to be a perfume shop or a jeans store it could be office space or literally anything just add the space

Anonymous
1 year ago

Perfume shop, jeans store, or office space?

But, it’s literally downtown where you have plenty of that already! That’s just unnecessarily duplicating or triplicating what’s already in the area.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Airbnb? Will the rooms come with or without video cameras?

Dude who lives in your building Hernandez!
1 year ago

Lets hope it gets better than Niido in Orlando which is a total disaster! But with a guy who can’t even build a parking lot, i think this project has a bright future!

Anonymous
1 year ago

a fucking block ?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Oh well, I’m glad they’re doing something with it instead of looking at another parking lot.

Anonymous
1 year ago

i’d rather hold to the parking lot until someone with a modern concept comes up. We shouldn’t accept these ugly/outdated designs for the sake of filling parking lots. I’ve we’ve waited this long, we can hold off for a little longer.

20 years from now, people are gonna look at Miami’s skyline and wonder why all these 70’s buildings were built in the 2020’s

Anonymous
1 year ago

“20 years from now”

We have been looking at that parking lot behind the so-called Freedom Tower for over twenty plus years now. If we were to keep on waiting until what you call a “modern concept” comes up, we’ll all probably be long dead before that happens.

Anonymous
1 year ago

If you were dead, then you wouldn’t have to worry.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Are you the landowner?

Anonymous
1 year ago

We’re living in an ROI world. Unusual and Dramatic are a tough sell except at the high end.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Mabel you should explain what an ROI world is.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Who is “we”???