Revealed: Mishorim Towers Proposed In Downtown Miami By Israeli Developer At 63 & 55 Stories

Israel’s Mishorim has submitted plans to build Mishorim Towers in downtown Miami.

Mishorim Towers is proposed to include:

  • Twin towers, 63 stories (701 feet) and 55 stories (597 feet)
  • 1,006,004 square feet of floor area
  • 800 residential units
  • 120 hotel units
  • 7,110 square feet of commercial space
  • 264 parking spaces

Mishorim is publicly traded on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange and based in Bnei Brak, Israel. The company owns the parking garage currently on the site, which was built in 1973 on an .86 acre property.

Miami’s Urban Development Review Board is scheduled to review the proposal at a meeting on July 17. Thirteen waivers are being requested from Miami 21 zoning code requirements.

Kobi Karp is the architect.

 

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Anonymous

People always come on this site and knock Kobi Karp. But even those people have to admit that these are some gorgeous towers.

Anonymous

They look have finished, still in Schematic, please ask Kobi Karp team to finish the design.

Anonymous

First, I’ll ask you to rewrite your comment and maybe then it’ll make more sense.

Anonymous

Kobi Karp Exteriors could be nice, not to sure about the interiors.

Anonymous

HALF FINISHED. Their are ery much more dramatical errors on this websight then any other I look.

Anonymous

Well I guess that means you should be excused for crappy writing and spelling. Cutout the excuses and just try to do better.

Anonymous

Really? Stupid looking pillars one third of the way up breaking up the silloeth, not to mention the obligatory parking pedestal below that. More stucco, less glass and another flat roof. Please!!!

Anonymous

Tell the truth, you’re mad because they didn’t go with your designs, aren’t you?

Anonymous

Exactly. People must be blind thinking this is an interesting tower, or maybe they just work for Kobi?

Anonymous

Gorgeous? Lol. Kobi Karp office can do much better.

Anonymous

Doubt this one is real. The package shows very little work and detail.
They are probably looking to sell the land and want to show how much you can build on it.

Anonymous

They literally subbmitted construction plans not a density render. Those are 2 different phases, this site is already approved for a certain height why put a ridiculous amount of extra money into actual construction plans for a tower when they just want to sell a fancy fake tower?

Anonymous

The skyline is coming along.

Anonymous

Great project for the CBD

Anonymous

THC is better.

Anonymous

13 waivers??? Come on

Anonymous

Right? With the massive amount of development currently proposed the city doesn’t need to give away anything.

Anonymous

It’s not a giveaway. I knew from the beginning that this would be the problem with Miami21 zoning. Every parcel in Miami is not cut the same, therefore, you can’t make every thing “dress right dress.”

Anonymous

Shut up!! Stop complaining…

Anonymous

But, I’m only two years old….

Anonymous

That’s intentional because they know the city won’t approve, and therein lies the excuse not to build, meanwhile the exposure is out there for the lot. There was sometime back another such scheme just north of Flagler close to Biscayne.

Anonymous

I hope they start building soon!

Polo

Probably, they will break ground by 2030!

Anonymous

The design outcome could have been unique and much more pleasing had the developers employed the Tel Aviv based architectural firm that created a beautiful new building in that city near Hilton hotel-Arlozoroff 17.

Anonymous

Looks like Kobi has discovered the art of inserting bogus mechanical voids to add floors to the building.

Anonymous

Approved with waivers.

Anonymous

Love the skyline renderings..

Also taking down a garage for only 200+ spots, y’all should Ben ecstatic lol

Anonymous

Holy crap, this is an ugly cluttered and blotchy mess!

Anonymous

Dude, stop looking in the mirror.

Anonymous

This is a great design; especially considering that the site is less than an acre.

Anonymous

Nice. Minimal parking.

Anonymous

If only 86 spots are required why are they building nearly 300?

Shawn Kouri

Why not make the 50 story tower a hotel on top of that 240 hotel rooms already existing. The 60 three-story condo tower can still be condos. Tell the developer to put a 5000 square-foot penthouse on the top floor.