Newly Announced 50-Story Natiivo Tower Will Include A Parking Garage (Updated)

Update: A parking garage is part of the plans, the developer confirmed to The Next Miami.

The tower height is now 50 stories, not 49.

 

Downtown Miami’s newly announced 50-story Natiivo Tower will include an onsite parking garage as well as valet parking, representatives of the developers confirmed.

Co-developer Newgard Development Group completed the 34-story Centro tower in downtown Miami in 2016, which was billed as a car-less building and has no parking garage.

Newgard also developed Brickell House, with a robotic garage that malfunctioned and needed to be shut down.

Both those towers were residential however, with Natiivo geared toward hospitality use.

Renderings for Natiivo show a tower podium that will include parking and office space. Above the base will be an amenity deck, with a hotel and approximately 400 privately owned condos in the tower above.

A pedestrian friendly design is likely, with the developers promising a street-front restaurant that includes an outdoor dining terrace.

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Anonymous

I lived in Centro shortly after it opened for a bit over a year…until my unit was sold, and I had to move out. There’s NO reason to include parking in buildings like this. There are a HUGE number of parking spots that are empty nights/weekends downtown, when people are out of their offices. So, you get two spots for the price of one when the people who absolutely need parking can use spots in office buildings. Those people leave before the office workers show up (to get to their office at an appropriate time) and return when the office workers are gone. There’s plenty of flex. Look at the number of spaces that are open in the Miami tower garage at 6pm on a weeknight, for example. For people living in Centro, the rent is way less than a comparable unit on size/location/amenities/quality with a garage. Even with the $150 or $175/month parking offsite, you come out ahead. Yes, it’s a little bit inconvenient, but is it $200/month inconvenient? Let the market decide that. It’s time that we get smarter about parking. In a downtown area where space is at a premium, it’s expensive and unnecessary. And, the podiums… Read more »

Anonymous

Just your opinion

Anonymous

Agreed, although Centro looks like garbage even without the podium.

Anonymous

Totally agree.
It’s time to get creative and let market dictate needs not requirements imposed by car and tire manufacturer

Anonymous

Well, they presented you with an option and you decided on Centro when other people chose someplace else. Centro was an experiment and it works for some people like you, but don’t think developers are going to risk their money on another twenty five or thirty experiments like Centro because you believe it’ll work.

Anonymous

And the parking can later be turned into additional apartments once the market really shifts to not having cars. But right now you still need a car to live in Miami.

Polo

If they want a pedestrian friendly design, they should skip the parking podium.

Anonymous

no…they should make the ground floor experience friendly…a restaurant is a start…”natural surveillance” can be achieved by a facade that looks like windows on the section that is a garage…but they already have the hotel portion so theres no reason not to have the garage along the RR tracks

Anonymous

thanks for telling us about restaurant space…atleast its better than nothing

Anonymous

Yeah.. especially since Bayfront Marketplace is full of restaurants and Miami World Center will be also.

Anonymous

Some people dont want to eat bubba gump shrimp

Anonymous

What, you think it’ll be some kind of five star restaurant in this place?.. don’t make me laugh…

Anonymous

Why would they need a garage? There’s a 10 story garage right next door.

Anonymous

It will have a Maglev station!

Anonymous

And shore power!

Anonymous

why would someone buy in Natiivo at $725 a sft when they can buy in Centro at $350 or in other Downtown bldgs. at $250 a sft and Airbnb it if necessary?

Look at listings

https://www.miamicondoinvestments.com/centro-condos
https://www.miamicondoinvestments.com/the-loft-downtown-condos#!closed-sales
https://www.miamicondoinvestments.com/the-loft-2-condos#!closed-sales

Pay 2 to 3 times more??? Really?

Think that pricing is too high.

Anonymous

Hopefully they just don’t want to raise the ire of the Miami City “Planners” so they are being coy about the lack of parking garage.

Brickell House lover!

Building a parking for a guy who has clearly issues with building a parking lot! Not a good idea! People at Brickell House will remember you forever! They are still paying for your mistakes!

Anonymous

Everyone is focused on Centro. Meanwhile this developer failed miserably at Brickell House, still no parking garage or solution. https://therealdeal.com/miami/2019/03/25/brickell-house-condo-owners-reach-32m-settlement-over-failed-robotic-parking/

I’m still trying to park my car!

Hernandez is one of the worse developer in the city! How can you trust a guy who can’t even do a parking! At $725 per sqft this is simply a joke. Quick reminder: 50 Biscayne you have full sea view units at $500! Much better investment!

Anonymous

Pedestrian-friendly base, skyline unfriendly architecture.

Sgt. Sapingo

When representatives of the developer refuse to answer, it’s because they don’t know. But the price will increase tomorrow if you don’t give the 10% deposit today and sign here.

Anonymous

No, No, NO! NO GARAGE! We can walk, bike, rollerskate, rollerblade, or skateboard anywhere…but we will NEVER use an air-conditioned, plush leather seat, wifi stereo automobile to go anywhere in Miami. Who needs a car? It’s only 110 degrees outside. Lovely weather to wait for a bus. Go ahead…I want at least 25 thumbs down children.

Anonymous

I prefer an electric scooter.

David Laguardia

Most people prefer to use vehicles instead of other transportation that is used in Miami. There’s no need for ignorance about what people should and should not use for transportation.

David Laguardia

Now how are you gonna expect people to never use cars when it’s a bit more safer compared to crashing in a bike or a skateboard?

Anonymous

So, that base is not a parking garage?

Anonymous

Miami needs more parking garages

Anonymous

I love to walk in the rain/sun and take buses.

Anonymous

Gee, you’re hard core….