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Old Posted Nov 3, 2012, 2:43 PM
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Downtown Miami desperately needs some 3-5 story mixed use infill to surround these condo towers and eat up some of the vacant areas.
Tell that to the people who own the vacant areas. Many of the vacant sites surrounding this site is owned by the developer who wants to build the "Miami World Center" (http://www.miamiworldcenter.com/), a mixed use, multi-building project.

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Old Posted Nov 3, 2012, 6:17 PM
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Interesting project, hope it's built ASAP!

Still, Miami could really benefit from big urban village style developments abutting the coastal towers. A couple more real mixed use neighborhoods next to downtown would make the city truly spectacular.

You would think the economics would be less risky than for some of these mega projects, but guess the developers want to hold out for something bigger.
     
     
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This project has been revived from the recession Height decrease but still positive news.

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1400 Biscayne is being revived from the original building that was proposed for this site before the economic crash. 1400 Biscayne is mixed-use, although primarily residential. It is designed by the architects Pei Cobb Freed Partners. The building would rise 651 feet or 198 meters, towering over theArsht Center, located just a block south of this project. The building is designed with a ground floor courtyard with retail, perfect for cafés and restaurants for the theater crowd. Above this would be about 100,000 square feet of office space and 710,000 square feet of residential space, totaling 428 residential units.

The previous design for 1400 Biscayne was more airy, incorporating a lot more glass than the current, heavy design does. Currently on the site is a dull, three-story office building from 1971, which would be demolished to build this tower. The area around the Arsht Center is desolate with vacant lots surrounding every corner of the performing arts center. After a show, most patrons leave the area for other neighborhoods for dinner and drinks. 1400 Biscayne could be the catalyst for infill development around the beautiful performing arts center to finally create a 24/7 urban neighborhood here.
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Related group has purchased this property and is looking to reword the proposal yet again. This article has them planning 3 towers with 2 million square feet of residential and retail space.

The property wraps around the now under construction Melody tower.

From the Miami herald:
http://www.miamiherald.com/news/busi...le2634334.html

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Related Group unveils purchase of 1400 Biscayne Blvd.

BY MARTHA BRANNIGANMBRANNIGAN@MIAMIHERALD.COM

Miami-based Related Group, expanding its ambitious development portfolio in Miami, closed on the acquisition of 1400 Biscayne Boulevard for $57.3 million.

Related plans to develop a mixed-use project with three towers, spanning nearly two million square feet of “luxury residential and prime retail” space on the 2.8-acre site that sits in front of the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts.

“This location is a prime opportunity to be part of a strategic location between Brickell [and] the Design District, next to Museum Park,” Matt Allen, Related’s chief operating officer, said in a statement. “With the Arsht Center directly across the street and Pérez Art Museum Miami and the Frost Science Museum nearby, our future residents will be in the very heart of Miami’s thriving arts and culture scene.’’

The seller was Espacio USA, the U.S. arm of Immobiliaria Espacio, a Spanish real estate firm, which purchased 1400 Biscayne Center in 2010 for more than $32 million. The site currently has a low-rise office and retail building. Espacio had itself been planning a major development on the site.
Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/busi...#storylink=cpy

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Jorge Pérez’s Miami-based Related Group, expanding its ambitious development portfolio in Miami, closed Thursday on 1400 Biscayne Blvd. for $57.3 million. Plans call for three towers with nearly two million square feet of residential and retail space
     
     
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Related Group is moving forward quickly with plans to build at 1400 Biscayne.

Just two months after buying the site for $57 million, the developer is already advertising for Auberge Residences & Spa, a 60-story project.

The project will be distinguished with ‘great public art,’ according to Related Group executive Carlos Rosso. It will be be managed by Auberge Resorts, similar to a sister project in Fort Lauderdale planned by Related.

Related will begin accepting reservations in the second quarter of 2015, with construction to begin by the fourth quarter.

The project will fall into the luxury category, with prices that will average in the low $700s per square foot. Units will have private elevators, among other high-end features.

Arquitectonica is the project architect.
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Auberge Residences & Spa Sales Launch Pushed Back To Third Quarter

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Related Group will ‘probably’ launch sales for Auberge Residences & Spa at 1400 Biscayne in the third quarter of this year, according to condo division president Carlos Rosso.

That is a bit later than the developer originally expected. In December, Related had said that they anticipated sales would start in the second quarter, with construction to begin by the fourth quarter.

At the time, the developer said that the 60-story condo tower was expected to have prices that average in the low $700s per square foot.

Arquitectonica is the architect for the project, which is to include luxury features such as private elevators.
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Sales Center For 60-Story Auberge Residences Could Be In The Works



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Is Related Group building a sales center for Auberge Residences & Spa at 1400 Biscayne?

Over the past several days, workers have been seen at the site installing decorative framing on the exterior of the building, while building out interior office space.

Auberge is planned to become a 60-story, Arquitectonica-designed condo tower with luxury features such as private elevators. Sales at Auberge are expected to launch in the third quarter.

Related recently passed the 60% sales mark at the luxury Gran Paraiso tower. Reservations for that project began about a month ago.
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Related Group is preparing plans for Auberge Miami, a three-tower development with a total of 1,430 units, according to documents obtained by TNM.

The project will be built at 1400 Biscayne Boulevard in downtown Miami, which Related acquired along with partners last year for $57.3 million. Related has already started advertising for Auberge Residences and built a sales center there.

Breakdown for the three towers:

Tower 1 – 59 stories, 310 units
Tower 2 – 59 stories, 498 units
Tower 3 – 49 stories, 568 units
An eleven story podium will include retail and restaurant space, amenities, and 1,629 parking spaces.


The combined square footage is 2,703,989 GSF, of which 1,645,933 is sellable. Related will be building up to the maximum number of 500 units per acre permitted by zoning rules on the property to get to 1,430 units.

Arquitectonica is the project architect.
     
     
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Amazing how this blew up to a 3 tower project!! The design is the same for the previous proposed 60 story tower & I'm surprised they didn't mention the heights of the buildings although I imagine they will max out at the FAA height level 649 feet | 198 meters :




This is going to change the immediate area especially since it sits across the street from Pelli designed Performing Arts Center which is surrounded by empty lots to the west of Biscayne Blvd.



"Knightconcerthall" by Averette at English Wikipedia. Licensed under CC BY 3.0 via Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/F...oncerthall.jpg

^ Auberge will rise to the right of the PAC.
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MIAMI | Auberge Residences | 646 + 646 + 530 FT | 59 x 2 + 49 FLOORS

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Auberge Residences, Tower I (649 feet above sea level, 646 feet above ground)
Auberge Residences, Tower II (649 feet above sea level, 646 feet above ground)
Auberge Residences, Tower III (533 feet above sea level, 530 feet above ground)
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FAA Approves Heights Of Six Towers At One Brickell, Auberge Residences

FAA Approves Heights Of Six Towers At One Brickell, Auberge Residences
By TNM Staff on September 24, 2015

ix Related Group towers were approved today by the FAA. They include:

One Brickell, Tower I (832 feet above sea level, 828 feet above ground)
One Brickell, Tower II (639 feet above sea level, 635 feet above ground)
One Brickell, Tower III (881 feet above sea level, 877 feet above ground)
Auberge Residences, Tower I (649 feet above sea level, 646 feet above ground)
Auberge Residences, Tower II (649 feet above sea level, 646 feet above ground)
Auberge Residences, Tower III (533 feet above sea level, 530 feet above ground)
All six towers were designed by Arquitectonica.

Sales for One Brickell are expected to begin in early 2016, while Auberge will launch sales shortly. Construction on both projects is scheduled for next year.

The approval comes just weeks after a local business tabloid erroneously reported that the FAA had rejected the heights of the towers.

http://www.thenextmiami.com/index.ph...s-at-649-feet/

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Another Six 500+ footers approved by the FAA !!
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Old Posted Oct 26, 2015, 8:14 PM
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After Being Studied For A Year, City Approves Auberge Residences

After Being Studied For A Year, City Approves Auberge Residences.
By TNM Staff on January 14, 2016

Late last month, Miami city zoning officials granted final approval for the three towers of Auberge Residences. Plans were first submitted about a year earlier.

The approved plans include 1,430 dwelling units, 1,680 parking spaces, and 13,150 sq. ft. of retail.


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Approved Heights :

Auberge Residences, Tower I (649 feet above sea level, 646 feet above ground)
Auberge Residences, Tower II (649 feet above sea level, 646 feet above ground)
Auberge Residences, Tower III (533 feet above sea level, 530 feet above ground)
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Reminds me of Aqua in Chicago. Cool building though nonetheless. Miami needs more cutting edge buildings like this.
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The surroundings in-land look a little bleak, but this area and its proxies in-land are prime for redevelopment. Miami is kinda like the American Dubai in terms of how the city just transformed over a short time period.

2nd most super talls in pipeline for the U.S. too!
     
     
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Note: This was approved. <--- a Bipolar moment as yet another Miami tower will rise and grace this great skyline.








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Will this be built in phases? With the Performing Arts Center and Concert Hall nearby, a park would be nice directly across the street from this.
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Will this be built in phases? With the Performing Arts Center and Concert Hall nearby, a park would be nice directly across the street from this.
I suspect they will, but not on the order of Urban Ready Living in JC as an example where they will build the 2nd and 3rd component after the 1st completely sells out or approaches a certain threshold. There's a 3 tower component here, and it will hopefully follow the pattern of Parasio Bay which is building close to 5 towers at once. One starting a couple of months after the other. The rendering are a tease to how the others will look. Probably similar, with a nice wavy, Aqua touch to it.

Sales Center is up too, so units will be selling in the weeks coming. They tend to fill up quickly too, so we should see this rise essentially in the same time frame +/- a few months.
     
     
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