Revealed: 60-Story Clear Residences Planned In Downtown Miami

Plans and renderings for a new downtown Miami tower called Clear Residences have been made public for the first time, after being in planning since at least 2022.

Clear Residences is planned as a 60-story tower, rising 690 feet above ground.

The new building is planned to include:

  • 544 residential units
  • 3,680 square feet of commercial
  • 157 parking spaces on five levels (just 12 spaces are required by zoning code due to the location)

Kobi Karp is the architect.

Blutrich Holdings Inc. is the developer.

Miami’s Urban Development Review Board is scheduled to have a hearing on the proposal on May 15.

 

 

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Build Miami
1 month ago

Downtown winning! Hope this gets built quick so downtown grows and they start revitalizing those old commercial buildings in the district

Anonymous
1 month ago

Revitalization? I’d say more of a historic renovation to the facades of the old buildings imo. A slice of Flagler and the whole district as it was

Build Miami
1 month ago

Renovate then. Same point. As more people move and work here, this area deserves to have quality store fronts with more restaurants and bars. Especially along Flagler

Anonymous
30 days ago

Fix the streets.

Anon
1 month ago

Downtowns resurgence has only just begun!

Anon
1 month ago

Beautiful gold and glass tower

Anonymous
30 days ago

Following the trendsetters.

Anony
30 days ago

What trend? The last time I checked, glass boxes have been passe since the 1970s, only coming back in the last fifteen years under the guise of “Neo-Modernism” and devoid of architectural geometry, resulting in cheap, crap designs like the aforementioned.

Anon1
1 month ago

Maybe I’ve just lived here too long, but not having space for even 1 car would scare me. I understand the concept, but…

Anon
1 month ago

You need to get out of Miami man…this is the only city I know of that pairs every new building with 10 stories of vehicle storage.

Made In Dade
1 month ago

There are a handful of buildings downtown with 0 parking that are mostly or fully occupied. It can be done!

Tomas
30 days ago

No need to be scared. The concept is that if you live in the downtown of a major city then you have everything you need within walkig distance and can take public transport (like the metromover) for anything farther. This allows for better use of space and desincentives car use which reduces traffic in an already congested metro area.

Anonykeks
30 days ago

Theres a massive parking garage right across the street….

Anonymous
1 month ago

Very nice design, looks like a scaled down value version of one of the towers going up in Brickell.

Anon
1 month ago

Looks like it has more glass than the stucco / glass hybrids going up in Brickell tbh

You are mistaken
1 month ago

The only buildings getting “scaled down” are One Brickell City Centre, Calle Ocho, and Summit Brickell – sorry!

Matilda
1 month ago

Looks slick and glassy . The east views won’t be as clear once 100 Biscayne is built.

Aunt Bee
30 days ago

IF it gets built!!

Yet Another Anonymous
1 month ago

Are the 12 spaces that are required because of the commercial space?

Less parking!!
30 days ago

Yes!!! More buildings with less parking or no parking!

Calivalle
30 days ago

Gorgeous tower

Anonymous
1 month ago

A box with the saddest looking excuse of a crown… The historic core deserves so much better architecture!

Anonymous
1 month ago

I agree with you. It is more of the same.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Insulting slab of a building with what looks like the Weezer logo at the top, and especially adjacent to the historic Huntington Building. If anything, redevelopment on this block needs to include the flea market Ultramont Mall, which exists as a taxpayer and redevelopment was always contemplated for that plot.

Yet Another Anonymous
1 month ago

They’re going to sneak this behind the Huntington building? But also they’re not ready to redevelop the shabby plaza mall?

Grow Downtown
30 days ago

What about the nearby giant parking lot across the street from the Miami tower in between a bunch of the mover stops. I feel like if they put something there it would help the area substantially

Lynx at Miami Tower
30 days ago

That dead center is by far the most unused Transit triangle or Transit quadrangle in the whole city. Something really good should go there to make up for the most dramatic scaled back proposal in town, the ambitious Met 3, which was reduced an order of magnitude to became monarc. The Lynx proposal was nice but even that could be improved by now.

Anonymous
30 days ago

That’s what happens when city upzones areas like midtown

Anonymous
29 days ago

Midtown should be called uptown.

Cover the Podiums
1 month ago

Liner units are absolutely necessary in a historic district. Make the podium taller and put liner units. Easy fix

Anon
1 month ago

So you’ve seen the plans?

Cover the Podiums
1 month ago

just look at the renderings

Anonymous
30 days ago

The tower is unfitting for a historic district.