Revealed: Full Plans & Renderings For Related Group’s 41-Story Miami Station

Related Group has submitted plans for a project tentatively called Miami Station to city planners for review.

The partially constructed building formerly known as Logik and Krystal Tower will be demolished to make way for the new building. A separate property next door once planned to include a tower called Avery MiamiCentral will also be combined in the assemblage.

Miami Station is proposed to include:

  • 200,234 square feet of habitable office
  • 309 apartments
  • 8,508 square feet of commercial/retail
  • 510 parking spaces

The office space will occupy 12 of the lower floors, but will have 13-foot slab to slab heights.

Above that on the upper floors will be the residential units, with 10-foot slab to slab heights.

The tower will top off at 458 feet above ground.

ODP is the architect.

Miami Station will be reviewed by the Urban Development Review Board on January 20.

 

To be demolished – former Krystal Tower site:

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Anonymous
6 months ago

Finally some movement here that will activate the corner and continue encouraging further development in the surrounding area. And thank goodness that partially completely monstrosity is finally being demolished good riddance!!!

Anonymous
6 months ago

This project is definitely an upgrade.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Every other proposal on this site was superior. Too bad everything died while under construction. I swear the land is a cursed Civil War burial site or something.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Office Space Finally !

Anonymous
6 months ago

It will be 3 and a half years from now

Anonymous
6 months ago

I see you don’t pay attention much to what’s going on because a tall office bldg called 830 Brickell is being built right now!

POLO
6 months ago

A residential tower without balconies, a rarity in Miami.

Anonymous
6 months ago

external storage ftfy.

Anonymous
6 months ago

It’s not going to be just another residential building.

Anonymous
6 months ago

But not a rarity in other cities.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Miami isn’t other cities

Anonymous
6 months ago

Should be all office but I’m happy the project has some office and looks like an office building…. NO balconies thanks God!!!

Anonymous
6 months ago

Same, it being mostly glass is so unique.

Anonymous
6 months ago

More all glass buildings are needed instead of the eyesore stucco filler buildings. Related is beginning to get with the modern times.

Anonymous G
6 months ago

Yea stucco is not an easy thing to do. It’s very hard to find stucco subs that can do outstanding work so yea its nice to see an all glass building.

Anonymous
6 months ago

I think the stucco developers should be turned away, if given the opportunity. Their buildings are eyesores and make the city look very outdated and bland.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Apartment shoppers won’t be happy.

William
6 months ago

Love this

Anonymous
6 months ago

Finally something is done with that site

Anonymous G
6 months ago

This one is going to look nice. Should have no problem passing this one!

Roberto
6 months ago

I like it quite a bit. I wish it was taller so it could be more prominent. And I keep hearing the amount of office space inquires in Miami so I don’t know why not to capitalize from this demand. Are there any height restrictions for this site? Does anyone know?

Anonymous
6 months ago

Jeez, it’s going to be 458ft.. that’s taller than anything that’s there now so I don’t see what’s so disappointing about the height?

Anonymous
6 months ago

Truly Miami Winning

Anonymous
6 months ago

Yes

Anonymous
6 months ago

Yes

Anonymous
6 months ago

FINALLY a decent proposal from Related what a miracle. I’m welcoming any project with NO balconies.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Well they’re building two solid office towers in West Palm Beach, but I assume you don’t care.

Anonymous
6 months ago

I’m pretty sure related New York is doing the west palm buildings

Anonymous
6 months ago

Nobody aspires to having an apartment in SFL without a balcony. In fact, right now I’m posting from my balcony.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Nobody aspires to having an apartment in South Florida without a balcony. What a joke. Unless they are vampire hermits or section 8 kings.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Something is better than nothing.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Where will the apartments be?

Anonymous
6 months ago

Not bad.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Now this is what I’m talking about, Related. Good job!

EJS
6 months ago

YES! YES! YES! I live about eight blocks away and look forward to my property values on an upswing when these projects are completed. Great addition to downtown.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Stubby looking building