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MIAMI | MiamiCentral Phase I | 33 & 30 FLOORS




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All Aboard Florida has revealed plans for a 3-million square foot mixed-use station downtown, including an 80-story tower.
The transportation hub will include mixed-use development with residential, office, commercial, and a retail concourse, while serving as a connector between All Aboard Florida’s passengers and Miami’s existing public transport systems.

The Overtown site will also be a mixed-use development with retail, commercial and parking to support and enhance the transportation hub.
Three towers ranging in height from 15 to 28 stories will sit atop the station, along with the 80-story tower south of the station. The station itself will be elevated 50-feet, allowing for streets to pass through underneath.

Construction on the rail line is expected to begin within the next few months.
John Guitar, Senior Vice President, Business Development with All Aboard Florida, will be discussing plans at the Commercial Industrial Association of South Florida‘s (CIASF) next monthly meeting, scheduled for Friday, June 13.
Guitar is responsible for the development and leasing activities for the stations and transit oriented development in Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach.

Guitar has more than 22 years of experience in the commercial real estate business. Before joining the All Aboard Florida team, Guitar was Vice President at Flagler Development and was responsible for real development and asset management for Flagler Development’s Asset portfolio which included 12 million square feet in Jacksonville, Tampa, Orlando and South Florida. He was also responsible for the sourcing of new development opportunities and acquisitions for the company within the Florida region.
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1 Million Square Feet Of Residential At Station, But Majority Commercial Space

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All Aboard Florida’s mixed-use Miami station will have a 1 million-square-foot residential component, but the majority of the 3 million-square-foot project will be built as commercial and office use:

About the Station:

All Aboard Florida’s Miami station will serve as its primary, multimodal hub and a true “live-work-play-commute” urban environment.

From downtown Miami, the new express passenger rail service will transport travelers to Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach and Central Florida.

The station and surrounding transit-oriented development will encompass nearly three million square feet and span two sites:

A nine-acre transportation hub in downtown Miami just east of Miami-Dade County Hall – to include mixed-use development with residential, office, commercial, and a retail concourse.

A two-acre multi-use complex in Historic Overtown at the corner of NW 2 nd Avenue and NW 6 th Street – to include mixed-use development with retail, commercial and parking to support and enhance the transportation hub

Terminal to feature a mix of premiere and unique dining options, shopping, and entertainment:

Approximately 2 million square feet dedicated to office/commercial development.

Approximately 1 million square feet dedicated to residential space.

Adequate parking space allocated to support the development.
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Some positive news!

Downtown Rail Station Approved; Groundbreaking Set For September





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County commissioners unanimously approved All Aboard Florida’s plan to build a rail terminal in downtown Miami at a zoning hearing last week.

Jose Gonzalez, a representative of the rail company, told commissioners that groundbreaking for the station is set for September. Site work at the project will begin in August, leading to the loss of hundreds of parking spaces currently on the site.

The hearing lasted just ten minutes, and mostly consisted of commissioners showering praise on All Aboard Florida. Commissioners were invited to attend the formal groundbreaking ceremony.

City of Miami officials were also granted a say in the design, and joined county staff in granting unanimous approval.

The first phase of construction will cost $150 million and include mostly station and retail space. Eventually, the project could include office, hotel and residential use.
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Note: This project is in phases.
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Some renderings of the station interior and exterior:







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All Aboard Florida Closes Parking Lots To Prepare For Construction



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Four parking lots in the heart of downtown Miami were closed last week by All Aboard Florida to prepare for construction of a $150 million rail terminal.

The lots had been managed by the Miami Parking Authority on behalf of All Aboard Florida and its parent company. Miami Parking Authority Chief Executive Officer Art Noriega confirmed that lots A, B C and D were closed at the end of last week at the request of All Aboard Florida. They had initially been planned to close on July 1, but AAF requested that the closure be delayed.

Noriega said that other garages and lots in the area will be able to accommodate the demand for parking in the area, although some motorists will have to walk an extra block or two.

Financing for construction of the rail terminal is in place. Prep work is expected to begin immediately, with an official groundbreaking ceremony in September.
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Great shot, love how this project is eating up all those surface lots.
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Nice. I hope this leads to finishing and expanding the Metrorail east to west by connecting to the ghost platform at Government Center.
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nice , cant wait till construction starts..

I think the ghost platform will be one level under
the new AAF station......
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Nice. I hope this leads to finishing and expanding the Metrorail east to west by connecting to the ghost platform at Government Center.
not going to happen anytime soon (or later for that matter).
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This seems to take Miami a step further.
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This seems to take Miami a step further.
big news - Tri-rail is expanding !!
from one line running to the new MIA airport station.
two new lines running to the new Downtown Miami station.

check out the sun-sentinel web site
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Downtown Train Station to be Called MiamiCentral, Be Huge

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All Aboard Florida has officially named its Downtown Miami megaproject/railway terminal, and it's called MiamiCentral. This of course is a derivative of the nickname that many have already given it "Miami Grand Central Station", and is quite snappy. In addition to that, and announcing the official leasing agents, blah blah blah, the three million square feet project, encompassing the main station block as well as the site in Overtown, will include 1,100 residential units and 800,000 square feet of office space in multiple towers. The first two office towers will contain 215,000 square feet of leasable space total. Oh, and 200,000 square feet of retail, which is basically a small-ish mall.
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Here Are Leasing Plans And New Renderings For All Aboard Florida’s MiamiCentral Station Project

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Below is a brochure for All Aboard Florida’s downtown Miami station, which has been renamed MiamiCentral. (See: PDF LINK) ***

Also included are never before seen renderings and plans for 700 MiamiCentral, a retail, office and parking complex that is being built on Overtown CRA land known as Block 56 (a parcel known as Block 45 is being developed separately by Don Peebles and Barron Channer.)

In total, 178,000 square feet of retail is being offered at the station. A 32,817 Food Hall anchors the retail space – smaller in size than prototypical Publix and Whole Foods stores.

At 700 MiamiCentral, the focus appears to be mostly on providing parking for the station, with 1,180 spaces being built there. Also being built on the Overtown land – 36,500 square feet of retail space, and 109,000 square feet of office space. Delivery is promised for December 2016.

Suffolk Construction is the contractor for the project, and construction is expected to begin soon.



***PDF: http://www.scribd.com/doc/240575603/mcb2

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MiamiCentral Will Have a 1 Million Square Foot 'Supertower'

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Buried in leasing plans revealed yesterday on exMiami is this little kernel of big fat news: MiamiCentral is planning a one million square foot 'superpower' on the block directly south of the station, in addition to the other towers of the project. It will be a combination of offices, hotel, and residences. Yes, we knew they were doing a big tower, but ay dios mio. No word yet on how many floors this thing will be, although it's a safe bet that the Federal Aviation Administration is going to have some finger wagging to do. In other All Aboard Florida news, there are two new renderings that little annex they're building in Overtown. Check 'em out, after the jump.



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Massive MiamiCentral train station would be a new urban hub downtown



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It might be the biggest thing to happen in downtown Miami since Henry Flagler brought his railroad south and created downtown Miami.

And it’s happening sooner than you might think, on the same long-vacant acreage where Flagler built his little Miami train depot more than a century ago.

No longer just a concept, All Aboard Florida, the new privately financed passenger-rail service to Orlando, is moving full steam ahead with plans for a mammoth new downtown train-station complex that supporters say will constitute nothing less than a quantum leap in Miami’s quest for a place among the world’s great urban centers.

MiamiCentral, the name chosen for the complex by All Aboard Florida, represents an ambitious and unusual all-at-once marriage of heavy infrastructure with urban revitalization that would turn a drab stretch of downtown into a bustling fulcrum of transportation and human activity — including a food market, shops, restaurants, offices and two residential towers with that increasingly rare commodity, 800 rental apartments affordable to people who work in the neighborhood.

All Aboard, a subsidiary of the rail company Flagler founded, is moving fast. Conceptual plans for the station have been approved, and detailed site plans are now under review by Miami-Dade County and City of Miami planners. The parking lots on the four blocks the complex will occupy are already gone, closed off by an opaque construction fence. Suffolk Construction has been hired to build the complex.

All Aboard executives hope to start construction work by the end of the year, a timetable that county officials say appears feasible.

“We’re going to dramatically change what downtown Miami looks like 24 to 36 months from now, and in an unprecedented way,” said All Aboard president Michael Reininger.
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so will this start construction this year?
or in 2015
the AAF station center has its own garage at 700miami center
mostly for the retail and overbuild 1-2-3 buildings, nice design

anybody seen pics of the SuperTall building?
I just notice that it has its own parking garage........
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so will this start construction this year?
or in 2015
the AAF station center has its own garage at 700miami center
mostly for the retail and overbuild 1-2-3 buildings, nice design

anybody seen pics of the SuperTall building?
I just notice that it has its own parking garage........
Most sources are pointing towards a January groundbreaking so beginning of 2015. In terms of the supertall building, no official renderings have been released. The first image on the first post is really just a mass model, but its not the official design. Most likely concept. Since this is being built in phases, I don't except the renderings to come out very soon for the supertall. Expect the station and smaller skyscrapers to be built first.
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Most sources are pointing towards a January groundbreaking so beginning of 2015. In terms of the supertall building, no official renderings have been released. The first image on the first post is really just a mass model, but its not the official design. Most likely concept. Since this is being built in phases, I don't except the renderings to come out very soon for the supertall. Expect the station and smaller skyscrapers to be built first.
just wondering about the supertall garage how big it is?
also it being built on vacant land or what
lots of quality vacant land
supertall with office/hotel and condo......
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The exact figures haven't been revealed officially. The allotted space for commercial, retail, and residential are preliminary. Tentative for now and is subject to change; for the supertall tower (Mass model at this point). Keep in mind though that the true scope of these large projects is heavily tied to the economy. Since they are being built in phases, all it takes is a economic tumble and we may see a large reduction. But for now, everything is running smoothy, and most of these projects are on track and will be built out fully. (Paraiso, WorldCenter, ABF, ect.)

The current site is mostly parking lots in which the station, and the bulk of the project which sits a top of it will be built.
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