Second 65-Story E11even Tower Already 50% Sold, Construction To Begin By Summer

Developers of the 65-story E11even Residences Beyond tower in Park West say there is very strong demand for condo units, and they may launch construction early, according to the SFBJ.

In total, over 50% of units have already been sold – even before the sales center opened. Opening of the sales center is expected in a few weeks.

Construction had been planned to begin in summer 2022, but may begin sooner due to the strong sales pace, the developer said.

City records show that a demolition permit is already pending for the site.

Two separate penthouse units valued at $20.5 million each were recently purchased by Jake and Logan Paul.

The brothers made their 10% initial deposits after a virtual reality tour of the units.

The first 65-story E11even condo tower broke ground in November after quickly selling out 100% of units.

A skybridge will connect the two towers. There will also be a rooftop helipad at the second tower.

 

 

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Azarius
16 days ago

Can we get a Third tower

DJL Cyber
16 days ago

The E11even Triplex

Paul
15 days ago

3e11even. 90s kids know.

Anonymous
16 days ago

Can we get 5 towers? All in a circle to start a ritual?

Anonymous
16 days ago

Eleven towers would make more sense!

Yet Another Anonymous
16 days ago

eventually there’ll be 9 11 towers.

Anonymous
15 days ago

A little dark humor, huh?

Anonymous
16 days ago

That will make it 33

Anonymous
16 days ago

Soil testing seems to be going on in the First Presbyterian parking lot by Brickell Key. Maybe that will actually be the next tower.

Anonymous
16 days ago

Cool, so did they reconsider that cool tower over food trucks?

Anonymous
16 days ago

Have any applied for a building permit yet ?

Anonymous
16 days ago

Time to demolish the club and build a tower.

Anonymous
15 days ago

11 E11EVENs.

anonymous
16 days ago

The Legacy tower and spire will be behind these two E11EVEN towers and will only be seen from certain angles. These towers will create a wall effect much like Biscacyne Blvd has with MWC set behind. MWC will be a city within a city much like BCC. This is the result of the SAP for both MWC and BCC which was introduced in the 1970’s to entice large scale development and kept for Miami 21 to which MWC and BCC were implemented. The question that will need to be asked is what happens if Simkins who owns close to 10 acres in ParkWest and Overtown for the Miami Innovation Center decides to file for SAP status? This will in effect create another vertical neighborhood for downtown and unique in its own right. This growth in Miami is truely unprecidented and will be greater than even what Hudson Yards created.

anonymous
16 days ago

smart comment….and its Miami Innovation District.

Anonymous
16 days ago

yeah, with the half ass mentality of miami, all boxes!!!

Anonymous
16 days ago

Miami is still a city trying to catch up if the powers that be want the city to become truly world class. I lived in Europe for almost six years and I’ll tell you, the United States of America is a country with it’s own identity. These “boxes” that you constantly see being built and complain about have the structural stability to be built at heights that was at one time impossible to build two hundred years ago.

Anonymous
16 days ago

Shame, Legacy would have looked amazing behind Freedom Tower.

Anonymous
16 days ago

Titties, bitches!

DJL Cyber
16 days ago

Honestly, if the sales continue to go at a strong pace, we might be able to see both towers start construction very soon.

Anonymous
16 days ago

Very happy these are coming to Park West. Going to add a lot to this neighborhood and encourage further development. In 5 years this place will be completely different.

Anonymous
16 days ago

Sales are booming!

Anonymous
16 days ago

Everyone wants a piece of Miami.

Anonymous
16 days ago

Everyone is getting it❤️

Anonymous
16 days ago

The second tower looks like the Four Seasons Hotel and Tower, minus the handle.

Anonymous
16 days ago

Paul Brothers buying = market top

Anonymous
16 days ago

Cool. With the helipad, folks won’t have to use streets to get to 1000 Museum.

Anonymous
16 days ago

LOL

Anonymous
16 days ago

You must think that those rich folks who’ll live in these buildings don’t have Rolls Royces, Mercedes Benzes, Lamborghinis, and Ferrais just to name a few of these high class autos?

Anonymous
16 days ago

Jake and Logan Paul ??!!! The 7th sign of the apocalypse …

Anonymous
16 days ago

Wasn’t one of those kids the douche who went to an internationally-known suicide spot, clearly because he wanted to see a dead person and as if he had any other reason to go there (it didn’t appear like he was into hiking), and tried to apologize about it?

Anonymous
15 days ago

yep

Shawn Kouri
16 days ago

That means it would be completed by the first or second quarter of 2026.

Anonymous
16 days ago

Miami Worldcenter is going to be the hot spot in Miami!!

Anonymous
16 days ago

How are sales at Okan????

Anonymous
16 days ago

If Logan Paul jumps off the building, I’ll vlog and to laugh about it in a Toy Story hat.

Anonymous
15 days ago

Cool story bro

Party until Monday 5pm
15 days ago

Ummm, they conveniently erased SPACE from the renders. The day SPACE closes, is the day developers finish sucking the life out of our city.

Anonymous
14 days ago

Space is moving, that’s old news.

Anonymous
16 days ago

would be nice if the city actually owned a block, had a company build a similar building. Then sell to those with lower incomes which one would have to prove to buy into it at a ‘cost price’, and could by condo law only sell for same price. Hence no gouging. The everyday worker can’t afford to live in Miami.
SF has done the same thing and it is working well. If you move away, the next person inline can buy at same price. Just pay the HOA and monthly payments.

Anonymous
16 days ago

It makes much more sense to give rent vouchers/subsidies to lower income (workforce level) individuals. Generally speaking this causes much less mal-investment and broader benefits than anything that can be accomplished by direct government involvement in individual projects.

The 5th Golden Girl
16 days ago

Building in SF low income households is extremely expensive due to draconian liberal regulations
One small unit cost 700,000$ to build.. that’s taxpayers money And government inefficiency at its best!
Not everyone needs to live in the core of the city…. 😐

Anonymous
16 days ago

You’re quick to try to appear smart by bashing the word “liberal’ but even a second grader know that the dollar sign ($) is placed before a number like 700,000$ if you’re talking about money… smh.

Anonymous
16 days ago

It’s working well in SF? News to me. Also, the everyday worker can afford to live in Miami. However, your definition of an “everyday worker” is somebody wants to and feels they are entitled to live downtown at Homestead prices.

Anonymous
16 days ago

They don’t specify but honestly.
I don’t see grounds breaking for this new tower till Summer but year 2023

Melo is sigma and chad
16 days ago

Why

Anonymous
16 days ago

Hasn’t applied for building permits for the first building yet .

Anonymous
16 days ago

This morning I was looking at the first lot and in two months they have removed the broken asphalt that was there, not even a bag of cement is there….