Soleste Nomi Beach About To Break Ground Next To The Brightline Tracks With 367 Apartments

Another high-density project is about to break ground next to the Brightline tracks.

Soleste Nomi is planned as a 23-story tower at 16395 Biscayne Boulevard in North Miami Beach. It will include:

  • 367 apartments
  • 2,708 square feet of commercial space
  • 655 parking spaces

Developer The Estate Companies closed on the purchase of the property in December for $13 million, after obtaining city approval for the project in September.

The developer also recently obtained water and sewer utilities.

Form Group is the architect.

North Miami Beach recently joined a coalition of cities and businesses advocating for commuter rail on the Brightline tracks.

 

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Anonymous
7 months ago

Nothing to do with brightline

Anonymous
7 months ago

If it was nearby, ie, on the right side of the tracks, it would be. Unfortunately, getting to it from this new condo complex won’t be easy or fun.

Azarius
7 months ago

If Brightline build a station similar to what they are building for Aventura then it’ll work. It’s actually a good idea for the commuter rail because they strip club has been purchased and there’s a development happening on 163 & BB. Plus gives access to Dezer’s project cross the bay (by shuttle or trolley bus)

Azarius
7 months ago

Uptown Biscayne

Anonymous
7 months ago

I want to see more of this type of architectural apartment buildings in the Omni and Wynwood districts.

Anonymous
7 months ago

I want to see more of this type of architectural apartment buildings all over the City of Miami as solid infill.

Anonymous
7 months ago

I’m with ya on that.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Here come the parking bad bad people

Anonymous
7 months ago

nah. you can’t have your cake and eat it too. more parking = more cars = gridlock. sorry if ya’ll living in the 1950s.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Gee, I thought the more people = more cars = gridlock?

1950’s or 2020’s?.. looks like same sh!t just different day to me.

Anonymous
7 months ago

In the 50s, you didn’t have low IQ Kia drivers in the innermost last driving twenty miles under the speed limit.

Anonymous
7 months ago

What people develop is for them to decide, but with this amount of parking assuming every unit would have two spaces? That would be a strong marketing advantage if they came with the unit..

Anonymous
7 months ago

Traffic up there is a nightmare. More cars will only make it worse. Plus, it’s not close to the Brightline station.

Anonymous
7 months ago

A great view of the strip club

Marc
7 months ago

No chance Brightline stops near the bldg. They’d probably have a commuter station further south where SoleMia is being built.

AndrewN
7 months ago

Not to mention the fact that this building is across Biscayne Blvd from the tracks making it impossible to have a stop near the building.

Azarius
7 months ago

What happened to the mega project replacing the strip club

Anonymous
7 months ago

Husbands said no!

Anonymous
7 months ago

Wow, between this and ‘Uptown Biscayne’ this corner is 👀

Anonymous
7 months ago

What an awful design.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Are you mad because they rejected your design?

Anonymous
7 months ago

Looks solid to me. He must work for Arqueeftectonica, Shittec, or Kobi Krap.

Anonymous G
7 months ago

Love this project. Much needed for that area. Architecture on this one is great!