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Wow. This is great. Now this is what the riverfront should have and look like.Four Condos, restaurant and small marina planned for Miami Riverfront in Brickell
In the shadow of I-95, a developer plans to build four 60-story towers on the Miami River to include a marina, hotel and 1,449 condo units.
The ambitious plan was reviewed May 14 by the Urban Infill & Greenways Subcommittee of the Miami River Commission.
Miami Riverwalk’s towers would cluster the condos and 300 hotel rooms on about 6.5 acres. The plan also calls for retail and office uses, a riverfront restaurant, public riverwalk and other dedicated green space, a small marina and parking garages.
The project is planned for a three-block area bordered by the river, Southwest Seventh Street, Southwest Third Avenue and Southwest Second Avenue.
hope this project gets built. love the unique buildings. Keeping my fingers crossed!^^The renderings look more like 30-story towers. But nice project non-the-less
I don't think the FAA will let them go that high in that location, but we'll see. Actually, they appear to be right at the height limit in that area. Wow! Where is all this going to stop?I read 4 towers, 60 floors each. Since residential is the chief component, I think it is safe to say that they would rise to the 650' range.
Agreed, $300/sf sounds about right.This looks more reasonably suited for "young professionals".
and another one bites the dust.Condo developer buys Finnegan’s bar on Miami River
Brian BandellSenior Reporter-
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A company led by New York developer Meyer Chetrit acquired the Finnegan’s bar property on the Miami River for $11.5 million and plans to build a condo there.
Ocean Drive Clevelander, led by Anthony Karpawich, sold the 39,495-square-foot property at 401 S.W. Third Ave. to CG Miami River, led by Chertrit. The 10,871-square-foot bar includes a pool along the river, but perhaps not for much longer.
According to a Miami Today story in May, Chetrit Group submitted plans to the Miami River Commission for four 60-story condo towers with a total of 1,449 units, plus a marina and hotel.
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In June, CG Miami River paid $4.6 million to Bachelor Foods for a 14,866-square-foot site at 621 S.W. Third Ave.
Given the distance between the Bachelor Foods property and the bar site along the river, it looks like Chetrit has a handful of acquisitions to close before he assembles this site.