The Standard Residences Announced In Midtown Miami, Construction To Begin In 2022

Former Related Group President Carlos Rosso is back with his own development company and a new project in Midtown Miami: The Standard Residences.

The Standard Residences is planned to be built on a lot at 3100 NE 1st Avenue.

The 12-story project will include:

  • 228 residences
  • rooftop restaurant and bar
  • 34,000 square feet of amenity/social space
  • 10,000 square feet of retail
  • no parking

According to a representative of the developer, the project will be attached to an existing garage in Midtown Miami. Because the building will attach to the garage, the homeowners association fees will be lower than other condos in Midtown.

Rentals as short as a month will be permitted in the building. Units will be delivered finished, with sizes ranging from 432 square feet to 965 square feet.

Arquitectonica is the architect, with interior design by Urban Robot.

Rosso Development, Standard International, and Midtown Development are the developers.

Completion is scheduled for mid-2023.

 

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King of Midtown
10 days ago

I always thought what they could develop that lot as, no parking makes sense because there is a underutilized garage behind this. The residents will be across the street from sugarcane and trader joes. Good infill for midtown.

Magazine
10 days ago

Looks like this project will be intended for shorter term rentals, which is sad. It will destroy the fabric of what is becoming a great neighborhood. The unit sizes are just too small for full time living, 900 sq ft 2brs is NYC style. One of the draws of Miami is / was better housing than what NYC has to offer, even as prices get higher.

Anonymous
10 days ago

Sign that Miami is growing into a bigger city. Focus on the positive😉

Anonymous
10 days ago

As long as the prices are high it will keep around the people who rent out in Yard 8 and go to victory.

Anonymous
10 days ago

A lot of us make the trade off between size and price, especially when starting out.
The fabric of the neighborhood will likely survive.

Anonymous
10 days ago

What tradeoff, starting price is $300K for the studio. This isnt cheap!

Anonymous
10 days ago

You obviously didnt read the sales brochure, prices start at $300K for a studio. Yes, you can rent it out, but the brand/amenities will appeal to young professionals who live in Miami full-time and are used to urban living in NYC, SF or LA. They arent looking for space, theyre looking for lots of fun! Youre NOT the demo!

Anonymous
9 days ago

Not really.
Minimum 30 days.
They dont want the cruise-carry-on daily guest, nor the groups-for Ultra.
Good tactical move from The Standard to separate themselves from the Airbnb cráp that is being developed elsewhere.

Brooklyn
8 days ago

Thank you. Clearly these people don’t have their facts straight. 30 day minimum effectively restricts Airbnb / short term rentals.

Anonymous
10 days ago

Great concept! Market is maturing nicely in and around Midtown.

Anonymous
10 days ago

Wow. So many new buildings in Wynwood, Downtown, Midtown and Overtown! The city is growing faster than ever and these buildings get filled in months. Impressive❤️

Budding Bureaucrat.
10 days ago

Thats a nice project.

Anonymous
10 days ago

It was just then I realized, is Midtown the new Queen Bee?

Lucas Lechuga
9 days ago

The big story is Carlos Rosso getting back in the game. Love that guy! So happy to see that he’s back with his own development company, and such a great project to kick-off with. The Standard has a cult-like brand following, so it should be a quick sell-out. A great addition to Midtown Miami!

DJL Cyber
10 days ago

Honestly I love the architecture on this project. It looks like a modern condo you would expect to be from Seattle, Boston, or the Carolinas. And most importantly, this stands out as a building with an interesting color scheme. Spot on!

Anonymous
9 days ago

looks like a holiday inne off the highway in volusia

but i guess if u put the logo upside down its #hip

Anonymous
10 days ago

LOVEEEEE IT!!! This is a very NYC-like project, it will be extremely attractive to young professionals. Miami is finally growing up! Welcome Standard! Hopefully, the cafe is open to non-residents!

Anonymous
9 days ago

As much as we advocate reducing the use of private cars, it is still too early to admit buildings without a garage. The report mentions that the unit owners will use a parking lot that already exists, next door. However, what if later this parking lot ends up being incorporated and becomes a building? The neighborhood, where parking is already a serious problem, always tends to get worse.

Anonymous
9 days ago

Curious: Winwood and Downtown are gaining numerous new towers, while between them, from N12 to N 20 Streets, practically nothing has been released. Will it be the real estate market’s next area of attack?

Anonymous
9 days ago

SoDoSoPa

Anonymous
8 days ago

This is great to see. Midtown is built (thus far) at a scale that is much more “psychologically” pedestrian friendly. Look into the book “The Death and Life of Great American Cities” by Jane Jacobs – she elaborates much better than I ever could, but in a nutshell, the more “human scale” the neighborhood is, the more likely it is to become a thriving neighborhood. Sure, there are exceptions, but humans are drawn to human-scale locations. Visit The Gulch in Nashville and you’ll see this coming to life right in front of your eyes – and Water Street in Tampa. Same to be said for Wynwood, Midtown, pockets of Miami Beach, Design District (should add housing and up-scale accommodations), etc.

In short, it’s exciting to see for Miami.

No Parking?
7 days ago

No parking on site? Where will all the rich buyers park their fancy cars? Who wants to fight for onstreet parking and $48 tickets?

Anonymous
9 hours ago

Who is the realty company in the project?

Shawn Kouri
10 days ago

Really? All we’re getting is 900 square-foot homes and no three-bedroom or four-bedroom homes that target closer to the mass market for families? Really?

Anonymous
10 days ago

Shawn this is Midtown/wynnwood not Doral. They are marketing to people without children which is on brand for the standard.

Anonymous
10 days ago

Shawn.. don’t be negative.. send the families to new Edgewater condos.

Anonymous
10 days ago

Yes I agree Shawn send the families to Hialeah papi, Hialeah good Hialeah no tacky and yes we spik the vezz engliszs in da world

Anonymous
10 days ago

Neither The Standard brand or the Midtown neighborhood targets families.