Updated renderings have been released for Related Group’s The District, a 37-story mixed-use tower set to rise 394-feet-tall in the Central Business District of Downtown Miami. Addressed as 225 North Miami Avenue, the interior lot is is located on the northwestern corner of the block bounded by NE 3rd St. to the north, NE 1st Ave, to the east and NE 2nd St. to the south. The building is designed by Sieger Suarez Architects with interiors by the Meshberg Group, and is expected to yield 343 fully furnished residential units.
The updated renderings depict the upcoming mixed-use skyscraper, which received approval in April of 2020, from additional perspectives in comparison to the first images. The subtly-curving western elevation is envisioned looking east towards Biscayne Bay and Miami Beach, and it seems the tower will be reflecting sunset light extraordinarily well as seen depicted in the images.
Additional renderings include interiors by the Meshberg Group, depicting several residential amenity spaces as well as the living units.
The District is one of several new real estate projects in Downtown Miami to join the short-term rental condo market, which allows buyers to easily rent out their units through platforms like Airbnb, Vrbo and Flipkey. This is the reasoning for the size of the units, which start from around 446 square feet for a studio, with 1-beds starting at 557 square feet and 2-beds at 778 square feet. Pricing for the units start from $352,000 for studios, 1-beds from $385,900 and 2-beds from $573,900. All units will come fully furnished and ready to rent out. The amenities offered in this building are quite generous, such as an expansive resort-styled rooftop deck with a pool and spa, fire pit, bbq and kitchen areas, and gorgeous views of Downtown Miami and Biscayne Bay. There will also be other amenities like a full-height indoor basketball court and regulation-size racquetball court, a rock climbing wall, co-working spaces with multiple seating options, high-speed internet connectivity, private meeting rooms, conference room, and state-of-the-art fitness center.
Demolition permits were already approved in October of 2020, and the design of the project approved in April of 2021, so construction for The District is eminent. However, new construction permits have not been applied for as of yet. But, it is not far-fetched to say that completion can be expected for some time in late 2023.