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Old February 26th, 2014, 09:58 PM   #1
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MIAMI | Canvas | 124m | 407ft | 37 fl | U/C



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Max Miami Is Back, This Time As A Residential Tower



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NR Investments bought the property in an October 2013 bankruptcy auction for $7.3 million. The developer then hired CFE Architects to design Max Miami as a 37-story, 536-unit residential apartment complex. NR, led by principals Ron Gottesmann & Nir Shoshani, has also partnered to buy the nearby Filling Station Lofts for $9.2 million.

Max Miami is masterfully designed to become one of Miami’s luxury iconic residential high-rises. With 37 stories and 403 feet in height, the building will be built on a total of 47,731 square feet of land with a specific address of 1630 NE 1st Avenue , Miami . Max Miami is a 37 story mixed use (commercial/ residential) multifamily high-rise building. It is centrally located in the City of Miami, Miami-Dade County, Florida. The development includes a residential tower constructed on a parking garage / commercial structure. It will consist of 536 residential apartments units, 10,000 square feet of commercial area, and 650 parking spaces.


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Subsidies Approved For Max Miami

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Under the terms of the deal, Max Miami will get up to $750,000 per year for a total that could reach $9 million. The developers would be required to spend $2 million in improvements to the surrounding area.












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Old July 23rd, 2014, 05:46 AM   #3
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Undead Tower 'Max Miami' Loses Cool Name, Now Just 'Canvas'



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Back in the real estate boom of the aughts, the project at 1630 NW 1st Avenue was slated to be a mixed-use tower, with residential, hotel, retail, and artist's studios, with a name that meant pure action: Max Miami. There wasn't enough literal action though, and the still-nonexistant building went to a foreclosure auction. Now the winning bidder, NR Investments, has officially restarted the project as a purely residential tower, with a tad of ground floor retail, and an equally less expressive name: Canvas. (perhaps obliquely referring the Wynwood art scene, which it is on the fringes of, and maybe the 'blank canvas' look of some of the surrounding 'hood. The 37 story tower will have 513 condos , according to renderings via BuzzBuzzHome.
This "Canvas" sure could use a decent frame:

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How old is that last pic. Miami has a lot more empty lots than I expected.
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that is a lot of open space indeed.
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Old October 29th, 2014, 01:55 AM   #6
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Plans for a 548 ft. tower submitted to the FAA:http://www.thenextmiami.com/index.ph...pen-next-week/
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Groundbreaking in July: http://www.thenextmiami.com/index.ph...k-ground-july/






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Loan secured: http://www.thenextmiami.com/index.ph...s-condo-tower/

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The developers of Canvas say they have obtained a $75 million construction loan to build the 37-story project from an unnamed lender.

They will now begin the process of converting reservations into contracts, developer Ron Gottesman told The Real Deal.

Sales began in October, and brokers have made progress in selling units since then. Of the 513 units that are planned, 200 have been reserved, or about 39 percent. Prices average $485 per square foot, with units sizes averaging just 875 square feet.
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Old May 10th, 2015, 02:55 PM   #9
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How old is that last pic. Miami has a lot more empty lots than I expected.


The empty green lots to the left of this project is actually part of the city of Miami Cemetery which is run by the city and is the oldest. The empty lots to the right of the project are owned by the the school system of Miami-Dade county and they are looking to sell some of that property in the future.
If you notice at the bottom right there is the end of the elevated Metromover system which is called the School Board station in which they had plans to develop the lots around the station.
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Work begins: http://www.thenextmiami.com/work-is-...s-condo-tower/

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Moderator please change the status of the thread to well U/C!! Plus here is a live cam

http://canvascondos.com/live-view/
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Construction Nears Halfway Point on Canvas Condos in Miami
Miami, United States – 19 April 2017



Currently rising from a corner of downtown Miami that has, until recently, been the site of several large empty lots, Canvas Condos has begun to redefine the local skyline. Located in the newly created Omni Arts and Entertainment District, the CFE Architects-designed tower joins several other high-profile developments in the up-and-coming neighborhood.

Construction has now reached the 17th or 18th floor of the 37-story building. Only some of the tower’s dark blue cladding has gone up, with most of the concrete structure remaining exposed.

Developed by NR Investments, the tower’s residential component will be stacked atop a multi-level, above-ground parking garage and 14,000-square-foot (1,300-square-meter) street-level retail space. The bulk of the 513-unit tower will house more than 800 new residents, with suites ranging from 600 to 1,150 square feet (56 to 107 square meters).

Atop the podium, a rooftop pool deck will provide residents with a beautiful outdoor space to enjoy the Miami sunshine year-round. Along with the pool deck and a host of additional amenity spaces, the tower will feature a 5,000-square-foot (465-square-meter) restaurant on the top floor, offering diners panoramic views of the waterfront and skyline.

The development is one of several transformative projects that will soon define the area encircling the City of Miami Cemetery and adjacent Biscayne Park, part of a new urban village that has been sprouting in the vicinity over the last few years. With ample connections to transit and close proximity to the waterfront and downtown, the Omni Arts and Entertainment District is slated to become one of the hottest real estate markets in the city.
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