Triptych Developer Planning To Break Ground 1Q 2019

Triptych could begin construction across from Midtown Miami soon.

Developer HES Group told The Real Deal yesterday that are negotiating a construction loan, with plans to break ground in the first quarter of 2019.

The 20-story project is planned to be built adjacent to I-195.

It will include a 297-room Hilton Curio Collection hotel, along with 38,000 square feet of retail.

Bermello Ajamil is the architect.

 

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Anonymous
3 years ago

I started my bachelors when this was proposed and will finish my bachelors before it starts construction.

Anonymous
3 years ago

After reading about this project it makes one say, “thank God we have MELO.”

marc
3 years ago

Was wondering what happened to this.

Anonymousg
3 years ago

Midtown is filling up.. nice to see this project happening.

Anonymous
3 years ago

To think that this project might look massive in Fort Lauderdale, and in Miami is seems like a very small scale.

Anonymous
3 years ago

The Weisfisch family who owns a bunch of real estate around town are the ones who gave the loans and have been complaining about this developer not starting for years. Ill hold my breath

Anonymous
3 years ago

Didn’t the original proposal have a waterfall? To add white noise to the traffic rushing by on I95?

A. Nonymous
3 years ago

Only in heavy rains.

Anonymous
3 years ago

This is one building I would not cry over if it doesn’t happen….to quote a fave movie of mine….”you’re one ugly mother%$%$er”

Anonymous
3 years ago

You obviously don’t know what you are saying…
I’d take any brutalist building over that ugly monster chain link fenced empty lot

Reality
3 years ago

Am I missing something? What is “triptych” about this design?

Anonymous
3 years ago

I don’t know why people are complaining.. it’s either this building or that weed strewn lot staying the way it is for no telling how much longer.

Anonymous
3 years ago

1st Quarter means early 3rd Quarter

Anonymous
3 years ago

Ugh, and here was I hoping this ugly POS was dead! Better architecture please…

Anonymous
3 years ago

I’m trying to look on the bright side that it’s just a bad rendering, but no, you’re right, bad architecture :/

Anonymous
3 years ago

Personally, I think it looks cool.

marc
3 years ago

It thinks it looks weird enough that it looks cool especially if they keep those crazy Joker colors.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Maybe it would fit in further south into Wynwood, but not bordering the Design District/Buena Vista.

Anonymous
3 years ago

If this is the “Design District,” then the design of this building fits right in.

Anonymous
3 years ago

this fits perfect

Anonymous
3 years ago

good work boys

Anonymous
3 years ago

Looks like crap.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Very cool architecture!!!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Terrible Architecture. Again, they haven’t thought about using different volumes and materials for the building façades. Glass everywhere. Curtain wall that will only increase more on CO2 footprint, by using massive systems of Cooling units…They have painted some sections just to glint a bit more the render. ;(

Anonymous
3 years ago

I love CO2. It makes my green spaces green and healthy!
I didnt know that a curtain wall “increases more CO2 footprint”. But now that I know, more curtain walls please, my plants will love it!

Anonymous
3 years ago

How can the City issue approvals for another project dumping traffic on NE 36 Street without addressing the traffic nightmare! A signal warrant study must be required for the intersection of NE 36 Street and Buena Vista Blvd. This is a no brainer. Where are the brains???

Anonymous
3 years ago

Miami building would look much better without massive ground level parking podiums.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Sorry, those “massive ground level parking podiums” are part of the “Miami Style.”