With X Miami Nearing Full Occupancy, 1,088-Bed X Biscayne Now In The Works

PMG’s 32-story X Miami apartment tower is now nearly full after opening last July, according to a new email newsletter from the developer.

Work is now underway at X Biscayne across the street. It will be much bigger, the letter said.

X Biscayne will have 1,088 beds and will be completed on spring 2021. By comparison, X Miami has 638 beds.

X Miami was originally built with 464 apartment units, although some were converted to hotel use. A county utilities filing shows that X Biscayne will have 704 apartments.

X Biscayne will also be the biggest building yet for PMG’s X Social Communities, which now has 11 projects in 7 markets. X Las Olas, which is under construction, will be second with 923 beds opening spring 2020.

X Miami’s lobby bar and restaurant, Jaguar Sun, and sister café, Mockingbird, have opened to rave reviews and loyal followings, the letter said.


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Anonymous
2 years ago

And a church right downstairs to repent all those millennial sins!

William
2 years ago

See – that was funny! …That X building certainly has a compelling offering. Excellent amenities and a flexible arrangements. I see this particular model as a permanent fixture in the MF rental industry. But I’m no expert.

Miami Hurricane
2 years ago

Flamingo West

Anonymous
2 years ago

repent thy sins 😉

Anonymous
2 years ago

I like this building.. even if the haters of unaligned balconies doesn’t.

Anonymous
2 years ago

The balconies are so God awful, along with the blank wall at the side which will probably be covered with some God awful pukey mural. Shame, because the subtle curves in the tower would have been a plus one.

Anonymous
2 years ago

build it please, fill the only gap in the miami skyline, after that gap is filled the miami skyline will look spectacular

Anonymous
2 years ago

All the cool buildings around MDC Wolfson are being built after I graduated.

Anonymous
2 years ago

That means you know have the education and job that will allow you to live in one of these “cool buildings.”

Anonymous
2 years ago

I mean – “you now have the education and job……. “

aceraroja
2 years ago

Ah yes, the United States, famous for providing instant and high paying employment to its college graduates.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Ahhh yes, aceraoja, knows exactly when this poster graduated from college.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Great option.. especially being able to co-live and play with similar people and interests.

Anonymous
2 years ago

What happens if fire are the right Fire code used in the building structure. The .U.K. high rise lost a lot of lives to poor building structure?

AndrewN
2 years ago

Are you asking if it will be built to code?

Anonymous
2 years ago

It is Miami, so can’t be sure, I guess?

Anonymous
2 years ago

What?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Stop drop and roll

Anonymous
2 years ago

Sad. This is what it’s come to for young adults. Living in dorms when they should be forming families and growing up.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Blame it on capitalism which preaches paying low wages to pay for obscene rents.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Much prefer capitalist small private apartment housing than communist small apartment shared with 10 other people and no air conditioning. I was born in a communist country. Capitalism may not be perfect but believe me communism is a lot worse even if it sounds better on paper for some.

Anonymous
2 years ago

The communist system is not the problem.. people who run the system are the problem.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Get an education.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Don’t need to, but apparently you don’t know that the word “communist” comes from the root word “Community.” If you didn’t have such an sub-par education, you would know that people run a system, not the other way around.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Except communism is unattainable for the simple fact it’s completely at odds with human nature. The proletariat wants more, and so does the guy in charge who claims to speak for him.

Anonymous
2 years ago

“communism is unattainable for the simple fact it’s completely at odds with human nature. The proletariat wants more, and so does the guy in charge who claims to speak for him.”

You just proved my point that the “communist system is not the problem.. people who run the system are the problem.”

Anonymous
2 years ago

And who do you think you will replace those people with… other people who will become the problem.

Making communism itself… the problem.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Really, go live in Greece where you get 200 Euro pension.

Anonymous
2 years ago

God forbid young adults these days follow a different model for living, rather than just following in lockstep with what generations before them have done. But, you know, if you don’t pursue more housing than you actually need (read: almost every previous generation) with the lower salaries and less job security that the economy currently offers thanks to the excellent policy decisions by all those “grown ups” that came before us, we’re not “grown ups”.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Don’t worry.. I’m of the older generation and I envy you young adults for having the downtown including Brickell to now live in that my generation didn’t have.

All I can say is, enjoy your youth and party on and forget the bashers.

Anonymous
2 years ago

well said!!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

I didn’t know it was compulsory to be forming families.