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Sneak Peek: Sales Center For 300 Biscayne, Miami's Next Tallest

Sneak Peek: Sales Center For 300 Biscayne, Miami’s Next Tallest

A sales center is under construction at the site where the 300 Biscayne supertall tower is planned.

The proposed 88-story tower is set to become the tallest in Florida, at 1,049 feet above sea level and 1,041 feet above ground.

It will include a five-star hotel, luxury condos, and a wellness spa that is only the second if its kind, according to a teaser website owned by the developers.

The design of the sales center itself is said to be unique, with 20,000 square feet of high-tech features never before seen in the market.

PMG and Greybrook Capital are the developers.

 

 

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17 Comments on "Sneak Peek: Sales Center For 300 Biscayne, Miami’s Next Tallest"

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Marc305
Marc305

Great design. Eight cubes and super tall, definitely does not look like any other building in Miami. This along with Skyrise will create a more exciting skyline.

Anonymous
Anonymous

You’re kidding right?

Skyrise is one ugly POS.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Prime location… fantastic building

Anonymous
Anonymous

Maybe they helicopter a giant gift wrap bow to the top of the bldg. for the holidays?

Anonymous
Anonymous

At least they have an actual sales center going up. Take that, Hollo, and your One Biscayne Plaza “plans”.

Anonymous
Anonymous

People are complaining about this design but they love the Melo designs? This is a great design.

Anonymous
Anonymous

There you have it Mr. Hollo this is what happens when you sit on your laurels

Anonymous
Anonymous

First Echo and now Vice? Where is Vice’s crown? WTF PMG…

Anonymous
Anonymous

Relax…..the building is still under construction …you may still see it installed

Anonymous
Anonymous

EXACTLY!!!! The spire in the renderings, lite up with multi-color lights, would be beautiful.

Rigo
Rigo

Lugar fantástico para la gran naranja

Anonymous
Anonymous

what a luxurious sneak peak.. LMAO

Anonymous
Anonymous

I do hope this development group consider redesigning this building, especially since the Chetrit Group from NY showed plans back in 2015 for their project on the Miami River where one of their proposed four tower buildings has a very similar design.

Anonymous
Anonymous

first one to build wins. let that NY’er redesign his !

Anonymous
Anonymous

Um, there are quite a few people commenting on this site who have some pretty negative things to say about this design proposal.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Agree.I don’t like this design. Looks like children’s blocks all uneven. I was hoping for something along the lines of Muse and Echo for the design.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yea maybe they should straighten them all up make another block building so you can talk shit about that design to