Soil Testing Underway At E11even Residences Site, Where Over 90% Of Units Now Sold

Soil testing appeared to be underway yesterday at the Park West site where the 65-story E11even Hotel & Residences will be built.

Over 90 percent of the 340 condo units planned in the tower are now in contract, the developers have announced.

Buyers have placed non-refundable 10 percent deposits to purchase their units at an average sales price of $1,100 per square foot.

Groundbreaking is planned to take place in the third quarter of this year, with construction to take about 30 months.

After the rapid sales success of the first tower, the developers are considering a second tower.

 

 

Here’s the gift box buyers at E11even get (via Instagram):

 

 

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Anonymous
1 day ago

What are those two low-rise buildings in front of it? I’m hoping for some tall buildings there…

Anonymous
1 day ago

Was just about to ask the same thing

Anonymous
1 day ago

Don’t be shocked by them.. for a long time what you saw downtown was mostly two story buildings.

Anonymous
1 day ago

Yeah but those times are gone. Have you seen downtown now?

Anonymous
1 day ago

Son, I was born in Miami sixty years ago.

Anonymous
1 day ago

Two thumbs down?!.. people, I was born in this f-ing town sixty years ago… I have grandchildren that are grown now. I know what this f-ing town looked like before most of you were born!

Anonymous
1 day ago

That ain’t shit. I’m so old I had sex with Julia Tuttle back in the day. Years later I heard I had a bastard kid from that encounter that ran around calling everyone Son.

Anonymous
1 day ago

But that bastard kid ran around calling you, “DAD.”

Anonymous
1 day ago

So Freedom Tower, the Dade County Courthouse, Ingraham Building, Biscayne Building, and countless beautiful old hotels along Biscayne Boulevard destroyed for parking lots don’t or never existed?

Still, that lot is certainly ripe for high-rise development.

Anonymous
1 day ago

Motel 1 and 2!

Anonymous
1 day ago

The one right in front is club Eleven’s Venue. How can you People not know this..

Anonymous
1 day ago

Was thinking the same. Not sure what the two story building directly next to E11even though. Haven’t been to that area in a while but I know Space is on the south side of the block adjacent to this tower

Anonymous
1 day ago

Something to show it’s not a vacant lot, like how that one development showed an FP&L substation as a forest?

NYC Loves Miami
1 day ago

So we’ll probably see this tower, Nativo and Legacy going up all together. Nice!

Anonymous
1 day ago

It’s spelled “E11EVEN”
(All caps)

Anonymous
1 day ago

Where do you guys think they’ll potentially build a second tower? On land they already own or would they buy another parcel nearby?

Anonymous
1 day ago

F-it, build the second tower on the empty lot where they teased us with the Hotel and Convention Center.

Anonymous
1 day ago

What is the rendering of those two smaller towers to the left of the E11even tower and right next to Marquis? Anyone here know? Not sure who owns that land or of that plan.

Anonymous
1 day ago

Uhmmmm do people that bought there not care that bass is given off 24 hrs a day at Space?

Anonymous
1 day ago

This is NOT a corner lot. Its sad that they were unable to buy that little building next to them on N Miami Ave. Its not the same without abutting both 11th st and N Miami Ave.

Anonymous
1 day ago

True…but with a half glass full mentality, one could argue that if they owned the entire lot including the corner they wouldn’t have designed that epic roof top pool with more land to build a pool deck. Maybe the tower would’ve been shorter than it currently is if they owned more land as well and I’m really happy with how sleek and slender the tower is personally. This building will link up well with the budding park west and the beautiful legacy tower and hopefully the beautiful Hines tower soon to be built a few blocks south of here.

Anonymous
1 day ago

Lets hope.

Shawn Kouri
1 day ago

Why would they need to do soil testing? I don’t get it.

Anonymous
1 day ago

They are looking for the Money Pit…

Anonymous
1 day ago

Lmao

Anonymous
1 day ago

Looking for soiled panties.

Anonymous
1 day ago

All sites scheduled for a future development get a soil testing first to see if there is some kind of contaminants that needs to be remediated first.

Anonymous
1 day ago

Because the design and construction of the building is determined partially based on the dirt that it will sit on.

Anonymous
1 day ago

Check how deep the pilings need to go

Anonymous
1 day ago

Looking for an earthquake fault.

Anonymous
1 day ago

either contaminates or also for soil type so they know what foundation to install.
Salt content, etc

Anonymous
1 day ago

Maybe because they’re investing 100m into a 250k ton structure

Anonymous
1 day ago

They also need to check for an ancient circle or a pyramid built by the natives

Anonymous
1 day ago

They wanna see if the can get the sweet leaf to grow there

Anonymous
1 day ago

Park West used to be industrial. Soil contamination is an issue (e.g. superfunds).

Anonymous
15 seconds ago

To see if they can find any cocaine