Triptych To Bring Luxury Hotel, Retail And Robotic Parking Across From Midtown

An affiliate of HES Group has submitted plans for Triptych, a mixed-use luxury project across from Midtown.

The 20-story tower will include an ‘established luxury hotel brand’ with 297 rooms, ‘a progressive lifestyle retailer’ as part of 21,441 square feet of retail space, and 65,494 square feet of office space. A 368-space automated garage is also part of the plans.

Lobbyists for the developer are requesting three waivers from requirements under Miami 21. One of them is a reduction in the amount of ‘lot trees’ from 22 to 16, due to site constraints resulting from the abutting I-195, as well as a zero foot setback (which is permitted there.)

Triptych is planned to be built on a .99-acre property at 3601 N. Miami Avenue. A residential project called Electra was once proposed on the site.

Bermello Ajamil is the project architect.

Miami’s UDRB will review the plans late this month.

 

Triptych specs:

  • 20 floors
  • 297 hotel rooms
  • +/- 19,500 SF Ground floor commercial spaces
  • +/- 21,000 SF Second level commercial spaces
  • 3 levels Class A office spaces with +/- 46,000 SF
  • 3 levels Gallery spaces with +/- 6,000 SF
  • Valet parking
  • 500 Space parking garage
  • Business Center

Amenities:

  • Luxury hotel suites
  • Interior design by world-renowned interior designer
  • Outdoor Bar/lounge with views of Miami’s famous skyline
  • 2 pools on main amenities floor
  • Bar/lounge on roof deck with 360 degree views of all Miami
  • Roof deck pools
  • Full Service Restaurant on roof deck
  • Conference Room
  • Fitness Center

 

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Anonymous
6 years ago

Directed by Michael Bay

Anonymous
6 years ago

Geez, whats up with the Solar Flare on the rendering, what is this Armagedon sun.

Jz
6 years ago

Just wait till one of these robotic garages breaks down and people can’t park or retrieve their cars. Only then will it be armageddon.

Anonymous
6 years ago

This is one busy building!

Anonymous
6 years ago

Stunning

Anonymous
6 years ago

Looks neat.

Really???
6 years ago

It’s amazing how so many people are pessimistic. The robotic garages have a lot of redundancy. That would be sort of like saying wait until one of these elevators break down and people can’t get out the building.

Anonymous
6 years ago

http://www.miamiherald.com/news/business/real-estate-news/article21121362.html

Robotic parking garage ruins commute, condo residents say

Jz
6 years ago

It’s amazing how so many people are wishful thinkers: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/business/real-estate-news/article21121362.html

Alain
6 years ago

Did you read what is happening at BrickellHouse Robotic Parking Garage??

John
6 years ago

Busy design. I like it.

Anonymous
6 years ago

Think its a bad idea to build such a thing right on the off ramp, traffic is already bad.

Anonymous
6 years ago

Great design!

Anonymous
6 years ago

I like that its different from Miami’s typical boring white towers.

Anonymous
6 years ago

I love it! This building has inspired me to go back to school and finish my architecture degree.

GyroMeat
6 years ago

Great use of explosion special effects to hide the massive side of the building.

Anonymous
6 years ago

WTF is a zero setback? No sidewalk? And 16 trees for a project this size? Miami is doing NOTHING to increase walkability and the urban forest despite supposedly embracing sustainability.

Anonymous
6 years ago

Zoning codes were amended in Miami a few years back to allow newly built projects with ground floor retail and restaurants less setback thereby giving the building a “hugging the sidewalk” effect. Remember, they’re building in the urban core, not in the suburbs. Acres of trees sounds nice for parks, but hundreds of them for this area is not practical due to the limited space and the ever increasing property and land values.

marc
6 years ago

Render by JJ Abrams

Yet Another Anonymous
6 years ago

Sorry dude it was letting me hit the down button a bunch of times but only the up button once.

Yet Another Anonymous
6 years ago

I figured out the glitch. Whatever thumb you push first you can only push once but you can vote the other way as many times as you want.