Society Biscayne Has Officially Topped Off At 571 Feet Above Ground

The 49-story Society Biscayne tower has officially topped off, according to an Instagram post by the developer yesterday.

The building is now “ready to be adorned,” the developer wrote.

Residents of the apartment tower will have clear views of Biscayne Bay, the Venetian Islands, and PortMiami, an aerial photo shows.

Society Biscayne has an approved top off height of 571 feet feet above ground, according to an FAA filing.

The tower will include 646 residential units, 48,240 square feet of office, a church, parking garage, and ground floor retail.

PMG and Greybrook Realty Partners are the developers.

 

 

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Anonymous
4 months ago

Views from this building will be incredible.

Anonymous
4 months ago

* Views from the small amount of glass they installed in this tower are going to be incredible.

Fixed it for you, since this tower has SO MANY STUCCO WALLS.

Anonymous
4 months ago

I agree! We need to build glass buildings, enough with this stucco stuff.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Yeah, meaning cheap architecture

Anonymous
4 months ago

Bayside is doing just fine… I pass by by bike daily and see lots of people….

Anonymous
4 months ago

It’s doing fine as far as traffic, but for anyone who goes there it’s very meh. Basically a lame tourist trap.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Bayside is the Times Square of Miami as far as the type or people that go there but it needs revamping

Anonymous
4 months ago

every city needs an over rated shopping tourist trap… I agree it needs to be upgraded tho. for being our “face”.. it needs a face lift. Higher end stores, maybe a better flow to Biscayne, open open space, idk but fix it.

Anonymous
4 months ago

yeah it is so bad no one goes there – just losers.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Skyrise would have fixed it so right

Anonymous
4 months ago

Wakeup!.. you’re dreaming again…

33133
4 months ago

Ummm. If you hang out inside the spaces next to the water during weekends, it is FILLED with locals dancing to latino music with their drinks. There are the groups of Surfsiders heading out on a group boat trip and the family from Des Moines…. but alot of locals dancing like no one is watching. Very cuba.. normally there on a sunny weekend.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Exactly. The people that complain the loudest are the same people that will never go … Que the same folks on south beach that complain.. they didn’t go before covid and probably won’t go after either.

Anonymous
4 months ago

But they can tell you about everything that happens on Miami Beach from looking at or reading the news.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Miami Beach (South Beach mostly) is a whole different story. It did become a mess! I live here and I hate it right now. We had a shift of tourists and the current ones are detrimental for Miami, our beaches and our businesses. Hopefully we shift away from the current crowd as prices increases and (hopefully) the law gets enforced.

Anonymous
4 months ago

If you enforce the law, that crowd will all be in jail. I mean, look at them😂

Anonymous
4 months ago

South Beach is full of people that nobody’s dare to openly say who they are

Anonymous
4 months ago

everytime I go to bayside I see tacky people dancing bachata and wearing ” ñooo que barato clothes”’

Anonymous
4 months ago

It’s tourists, make them dance as long as they don’t damage or disrespect the city like the tourists in South Beach! The better tourists will be able to go to Miami Worldcenter soon.

Anonymous
4 months ago

if they’re going to dance I hope they don’t dance tacky music like bachata, That type of music gives bayside a very hialean vibe, that music is for creepy bars in little havana,allapatah or east hialeah it’s not for downtown miami and speaking of Sobe, crime rate has been falling since they imposed the curfews on spring break.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Hopefully this and other projects help revitalize Bayside Marketplace. It’s basically a dead mall.

Anonymous
4 months ago

With the death of the SkyRise I’m not sure of what will happen… hopefully someone picks up that project and brings it to fruition.

Anonymous
4 months ago

How can there be a “death of SkyRise” when it was never built?

Anonymous
4 months ago

Cancelling a project means killing it so yes the SkyRise is dead, as of now.

Anonymous
4 months ago

may the giant toe nail clipper rest in peace

Anonymous
4 months ago

^ lol…

Anonymous
4 months ago

With Waldorf Astoria being built across Bayside Market, they need to revamp it and modernize it because the two don’t match.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Not dead, it was geared for tourist and non-uppity locals.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Bayside needs to be knocked down and totally reimagined

Anonymous
4 months ago

I think Bayside serves a purpose being by the port, it just needs to be brought to 2021 and beyond instead of being stuck to 1980.

Alpina
4 months ago

Bayside is just a waste!! Imagine BCC at Bayside location, it would be amazing, but instead they are using prime location to sell crap.

Anonymous
4 months ago

But we do need a place to accommodate tourists from the cruises and it needs to be a bit on the cheap side. With that said, you can do expensive looking cheap, not everything cheap needs to look cheap😅

Anonymous
4 months ago

you don’t

Anonymous
4 months ago

yes, remodeling this mall did n’t do much to improve it

Anonymous
4 months ago

Having more full-time residents nearby will drive a different mix to all the Downtown shopping areas. That said, with the cruise ships docking so close by, there will always be a large number of short term visitors to the area. It seems to me that Downtown will ultimately be more touristy and Brickell more residential. Of course the mix of future office space will influence that.

Anonymous G
4 months ago

MC Levar shell contractors!! Top notch with Moriarty. I bet these views are insane!

Anonymous
4 months ago

When is this set to open? I’m very curious to see the glass installation

Anonymous
4 months ago

mostly likely by February 2022

Anonymous G
4 months ago

Glazing is almost complete. They have been installing for awhile now.

Anonymous
4 months ago

january 2021 according to their website

Anonymous
4 months ago

Talk about mixed use…

Anonymous
4 months ago

Open Eataly or something similar at Bayside that would bring another type of clientele.

Rey
4 months ago

I’d like to see Florida’s FIRST REAL man-made Mountain resort built west of Miami (it must have an elevation of at least 1000 ft to be deemed a true mountain)…Complete with resort hotel, lookout tower-museum…like the Griffith Park observatory in LA.

Anonymous
4 months ago

what a silly name – society. stupid

Anonymous
4 months ago

At least it’s not called Socialist Biscayne!

Realtalk Reilly
4 months ago

is this the one that has the church in it? If it wasn’t this it was some other building near there, where the developer bought the land from the church owners and agreed to incorporate a replacement church into the design.

A smart developer would’ve built them a stunning church with beautiful bay views, that is free for the congregation to use every Sunday…but the building owners retain exclusive rental rights to use it as a wedding venue on Saturdays and other days lol

Anonymous
4 months ago

Just a completely inaccurate statement. The church 100% owns its space spanning several floors with the exact beautiful bay views you describe. If they have weddings or events in the space, they (the church) collect the money. Amazing how people just come on here to troll and make shit up

Anonymous
4 months ago

yes.. this is the one you reference where the church sold to the developer

Anonymous
4 months ago

This is why everyone is moving to Fort Lauderdale!

Anonymous
4 months ago

Huh? Who? Old folks only because Miami is too loud and vibrant for them.

Anonymous G
4 months ago

Don’t get me wrong here…. Love Fort Lauderdale but what is there to do here? Only place to go is that Warf or whatever and the beach. Drove through on a Saturday at 9pm and nothing. No people or traffic. Drove through Brickell that same day earlier and it was busy with people.