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Old Posted Feb 23, 2022, 3:50 PM
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Witkoff, Monroe plan three 57-story towers on Miami Worldcenter site

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Witkoff and Monroe Capital proposed a 3.4 million-square-foot, mixed-use addition to the Miami Worldcenter development downtown.

An affiliate of New York-based Witkoff and Chicago-based Monroe plans to build three towers on the 4.7-acre site at 700 North Miami Avenue. The buildings could each be up to 57 stories tall.


The duo bought the land for $94 million in July.

The proposal calls for 540,000 square feet of office, nearly 50,000 square feet of retail, about 2,500 parking spaces and nearly 2,200 residential units, according to a project application the developers submitted to Miami-Dade County.

The application shows the homes would be one- and two-bedroom units, but it does not specify whether they would be apartments or condos. The project’s land-use attorney declined comment.

The Kobi Karp-designed project would include a park on the south end of the property that abuts the railroad tracks where cargo trains travel to the port, according to the proposal.

Although the property is in the city of Miami, Witkoff and Monroe are asking Miami-Dade for feedback on several code variances.

If approved, the project would mark a new chapter for the site formerly home to the Miami Arena, which hosted the Miami Heat and other teams until it was demolished in 2008.

Miami-based MDM Group, through its hospitality-focused MDM Hotel Group, had planned a 1,700 Marriott Marquis hotel and 600,000-square-foot expo center as part of the 27-acre Miami Worldcenter. It paid $45 million for the land in 2017.
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Plans Submitted To FAA For Massive Redevelopment At Miami Arena Site

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Plans for a massive redevelopment at the former Miami Arena were filed with the Federal Aviation Administration this month.

The development is planned to become the biggest residential project by unit count in downtown Miami’s history, while also including a large amount of office space, according to a pre-application submitted to Miami-Dade County planners in January.

There will be a total of three towers, the January pre-application said.

On June 17, preliminary building heights were filed with the Federal Aviation Administration.

The new filing states. that there will be multiple tower heights, ranging from 673 feet to 700 feet above sea level.

Preliminary plans from January show the three towers will rise up to 57 stories and include:

2,351 residential units
540,000 square feet of office space
Ground floor retail, including a possible supermarket
2,457 parking spaces
The buildings will have a geometric green wall façade with plants and greenery, the January filing said.

Witkoff Group is the developer.
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I wish MIA's flight paths weren't over downtown. Surprisingly, Fort Lauderdale has even more restrictive FAA height limits.
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Old Posted Jun 29, 2022, 10:04 PM
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Definitely makes up for it in bulk. The ratio of height to unit count for Miami-Dade is a lot higher than what we see in other metros, at least with residentials. Gives NY a run for the money. Some of the highest unit count developments for example aren't even that tall in NYC, and this one has a bit of both in it, which is ideal.
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Plans Filed With FAA For Construction Cranes At Former Miami Arena Site, Nearly 800 Feet High



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An application has been submitted to the Federal Aviation Administration requesting permission to install two tower construction cranes at the former Miami Arena site.

According to two applications filed August 4, the cranes will rise 779 feet above ground. One will reach 793 feet above sea level, while the other will reach 794 feet above sea level.

The permanent building heights on the property will range from 673 feet to 700 feet above sea level, according to applications submitted in June.


Plans filed with the county in January show there will be three towers, rising up to 57 stories.

According to the plans, the project will have:

2,351 residential units
540,000 square feet of office space
Ground floor retail, including a possible supermarket
2,457 parking spaces
Renderings have not yet been released.


Witkoff Group is the developer.
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790-Foot Tower Cranes Approved At Former Miami Arena Site

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The Federal Aviation Administration has just approved a requested to install two tower construction cranes at the former Miami Arena site.

The applications for approval to install the cranes was filed with the FAA on August 4, and approved December 18.

According to the approval notice, the cranes are permitted rise 779 feet above ground. One will reach 793 feet above sea level, while the other will reach 794 feet above sea level.

The permanent building heights on the property will range from 673 feet to 700 feet above sea level, according to applications submitted in June.

A preliminary filing with Miami-Dade planners in January show there will be three towers, rising up to 57 stories.

According to that filing, the project is planned to have:

2,351 residential units
540,000 square feet of office space
ground floor retail, including a possible supermarket
2,457 parking spaces
Renderings have not yet been released.

Witkoff Group is the developer.
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Further greenlight from the FAA. We are looking at 685 ft for two towers, and 664 ft for the 3rd tower. Quite big for the area.


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that neighborhood needs a height increase. 699ft is the limit. The demand is outpacing the construction.
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About as underwhelming as possible considering the big size of the property. This is the site of the former Miami Arena. Then torn down to supposedly make way for a giant convention center/hotel. Now just a couple of bland chunky feature-less condo towers?
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