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Website Unveiled For 300 Biscayne, Miami's Next Tallest

Website Unveiled For 300 Biscayne, Miami’s Next Tallest

A website for 300 Biscayne has gone live, with a sales center under construction and opening soon.

The project will be “Redefining Miami’s Skyline Soon,” the site promises. The tower will become Miami’s tallest at 1,041 feet above ground.

According to the website, 300 Biscayne encompasses:

  • Tallest Residential Tower South of New York
  • Five-Star Hotel Brand + Residences
  • Second Wellness-Focused Spa of its Kind

The website is owned by developer PMG, a source within the company has confirmed.

 

Renderings by ArX Solutions

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Marc305
Marc305

This will be third skyscraper in Miami that will be different than the rest. Aston Martin and 1000 Museum are the first two. There will be people who love it and people who will hate it, but in the end I am happy to see that some architects and developers are thinking outside the norm and daring to do something unique.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Creating a skyline that defines the city. Like Singapore. Love the architecture. Unique, defining, and NOT like all of the others!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Great design and will further place Miami on the architecture map.

Yohan Perez
Yohan Perez

LMAO at the Aston Martin Remark

Dual
Dual

I don’t understand why some many people dislike the design. When i read the blog I notice that not many people have a background in architecture and obviously everyone is entitled to have an opinion and it is great to hear non professionals critique what we architects ‘believe’ to be experts on. But i assure you all, if you see this building within the NYC context, nobody would bash the design.
I think this design is the first intent to do something extraordinary, different and out of ‘the Miami Bubble’ meaning that we repeatedly do the same architecture in Miami.

Anonymous
Anonymous

To be fair I dislike the similar 432 Park ave and One Madison buildings as well.

Anonymous
Anonymous

There are a few buildings in New York that are quite similar to this design

Anonymous
Anonymous

A knock-off of Herzog’s 56 Leonard.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Cool design, totally overbuilt. Expensive rents. What MDC Student can afford to live here? Tuition is like $37 a semester after all the PELL Grants.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Right, because it’s every college student’s right to have access to housing with million dollar views.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Wasn’t the pitch this would serve the college rental community? Good luck renting with all the inventory being delivered.

Anonymous
Anonymous

That’s the rental building that is behind this one, it is not the same building!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Your thinking about the wrong building. Same company but what your referring to is across the street.

Polo
Polo

The design very similar to the 2 WTC in New York City.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I assume you mean the crappy BIG plan, as opposed to the original world class plan by Lord Foster. I hope whoever comes to sign as a tenant chooses the latter.

Anonymous
Anonymous

i want the PMG pills!!! these guys are nuts…

Anonymous
Anonymous

Cocaine is easy to find…

Laz
Laz

why is that holiday inn still there!

marc
marc

That’s also going to be a 1000’er.

anonymous
anonymous

lol

Anonymous
Anonymous

Great design. I love it!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

No balconies?

Dual
Dual

First rendering shows balconies on one of the cubes

marc
marc

There are balconies, just not uniform.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Balconies are the reason why the buildings in Miami all look the same.

Anonymous
Anonymous

goodnto have balconies to protect create shadows and save energy….all thenold Florida homes had verandas and overhangs.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Written like a true, out-of-touch, cocky New Yorker trying to develop in Miami.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The units are being made with Nanawalls which open up completely from floor to ceiling which will allow the unit to be open to the elements without the drawbacks of a traditional balcony… which are… They take up precious square footage that is better served in livable space. At that high an altitude, wind gets much more significant and makes balcony use a bit more cumbersome. By incorporating full hight Nanawalls at these units, they will be brighter and feel more open in both the open and closed position while still allowing the beaufitul Florida weather in.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Oh well what the heck, if this is the first 1000 plus footer we finally get to see downtown, I can’t complain.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Make it happen! This city desperately needs all-glass towers.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I wonder who the structural engineer is?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Someone with it out for the contractors. This is gonna be a nightmare to build with all thoses floors kicked out 800’ in the air.

Anonymous
Anonymous

They are just going to stack shipping containers. The new hot design trend.

Anonymous
Anonymous

CHM Structural Engineers

Anonymous
Anonymous

Wonder if we will be getting a Shangri La hotel?

Anonymous
Anonymous

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/City_of_Capitals
Just like this one in Moscow, Russia

Anonymous
Anonymous

Nice

Anonymous
Anonymous

How many floors?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Suddenly a bit too tall.

Duran305
Duran305

Very happy to see Miami stepping up and staying away from white stucco walls!

Anonymous
Anonymous

The trusses make all the difference, otherwise it’s a poor man’s single version of the City of Capitals in Moscow.

Anonymous
Anonymous

poor???

marc
marc

2nd rate

Anonymous
Anonymous

Anyone else keep imagining giant letters on these blocks like it’s a kid’s building blocks? Puerile design to face a skyline…

Anonymous
Anonymous

Original design for Miami.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Your lack of creativity and imagination is astounding. The plans for Downtown are to surpass all the surrounding Miami Dade area in 10 years. The future is near, don’t be stuck in the past.