Riverside Center To Be Built ‘In Consonance’ With 2018 Design, Developer Says

Miami’s Adler Group is still planning to develop Riverside Center with a design that is similar to what was shown to voters in a 2018 referendum.

In a statement released to The Next Miami, a spokesperson said that the Riverfront property would be developed “in consonance with the 2018 design.” The project will enhance the Miami skyline and riverwalk in a way that will make the community “proud,” the developer added.

Last month, Adler was granted UDRB approval for a project that will include a 20-story office and 38-story residential tower, along with 1,307 parking spaces.

Adler noted that the approval was only for land that the company privately owned. The adjacent public land that was subject to the 2018 referendum was not a part of the UDRB review last month.

Miami city officials requested that extra parking spaces to be built, the developer noted.

 

UDRB approval last month:

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Anonymous
1 year ago

Thats somewhat of a relief…if they follow through with what they’re saying today. That’s a key corner on the river and should be developed as such.

William
1 year ago

Yeah. Good on them to reach out and clarify. It is their private land in this case and they are doing it in consonance with the voter plans. Though I did have to look up the definition of that word.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Me too

Anonymous
1 year ago

Definition of consonance. 1 : harmony or agreement among components

Anonymous
1 year ago

????

Anonymous
1 year ago

Considering how the architect NBWW likes to B.S. with words to hide mediocre, watered-down architecture, I’m still skeptical but hopefully wrong.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Thanks

Anonymous
1 year ago

I like the original design and glad their returning to doing it. Take note MWC Marriott Marquis.

Anonymous
1 year ago

At the rate they’re going, any design will be better than nothing

POLO
1 year ago

Good news they are building what was approved back in 2018!

Anonymous
1 year ago

>Miami city officials requested that extra parking spaces to be built

Clearly they don’t believe in the climate emergency they declared.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Glad they allowed for the much needed parking spaces.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Nope and neither should you.

Shawn Kouri
1 year ago

I’m glad they’re keeping original design for it. It better not take 5 to 7 years for the second phase to be built though.

Word
1 year ago

Not keeping original design fro 2018?

Reality
1 year ago

I would love to see more climate ribbon at this project.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Beautiful views of the substation

Anonymous
1 year ago

The 2nd design with the square boxes is hideous

Anonymous
1 year ago

Ugly Miami design

Anonymous
1 year ago

So when is the ground breaking?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Is there anything that can be done about that Electrical lot next door? It’s such an eye sore for years. Is it possible to build on top of it? Build an enclosure over it and then a building on top?