PMG is about to begin construction on a high-tech “experience center” for 300 Biscayne, now that the site has been cleared.
Principal Ryan Shear said that “If I told you the details it would ruin all the fun, but I promise it will be an unforgettable experience.”
“Miami has an abundance of impressive sales centers, making it increasingly difficult to create something unique. So we decided to do something different,” he said. “We hired a group who works with progressive companies like Apple and Disney on the design experience and tech side, put them in a room with world-renowned designers and architects and directed them to create something new.”
The 20,000 square foot sales center will include visual and tactile features that are specifically designed to distinguish 300 Biscayne from any other luxury development of its kind. It will also boast a pop-up restaurant serving the meals of a famed New York City-based chef and restaurateur.
Construction on the sales center is expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2017.
300 Biscayne will include about 500 condo units in a 1,049-foot tower – the tallest in Miami. In addition to height, it promises to alter Miami’s skyline with a starchitect design that is radically different from other condo projects in the area.
The developer says that they are keeping renderings of the project under close guard for now, even within the company.