Miami Riverbridge

New Renderings And Phased Plans Unveiled For Trio Of Towers At ‘Miami Riverbridge’, Including 87-Story Supertall, in Downtown Miami

Updated renderings and phased plans have been unveiled for Miami Riverbridge, a three-tower mixed-use development designed by Arquitectonica and developed by Hyatt Hotels Corporation and Miami’s Gencom set to redefine the 4-acre site at 400 Southeast 2nd Avenue along the Miami River. With a review by the Miami River Commission scheduled for March 4, this visionary project has captured the city’s imagination, signaling a major transformation for downtown Miami. Following a resounding endorsement from city voters in November 2022 for a lease amendment and development agreement for the property, the developers aim to breathe new life into the site, replacing the existing 615-room Hyatt Regency Miami hotel and the 4,500-seat James L. Knight Center dating back to 1982.

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Miami City Commission Unanimously Approves Lease Agreement for Hyatt and Gencom’s ‘Miami Riverbridge’ Development

In a 5-0 vote at the Miami City Commission, the lease agreement between the City and the joint venture led by Hyatt and Gencom has been unanimously approved. This decision marks a significant milestone in advancing the visionary Miami Riverbridge development, setting the stage for revitalizing Downtown Miami’s riverfront area. The approved lease agreement paves the way for collaborative efforts between Hyatt and Gencom to enhance access, promote walkability, and introduce diverse offerings to the vibrant city. With this crucial endorsement, the joint venture can now proceed with finalizing the construction plans in close partnership with the City.

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New Renderings Emerge of Hyatt And Gencom’s Planned Miami Riverbridge Development In Downtown Miami

New renderings have surfaced for Miami Riverbridge, an ambitious, three-tower mixed-use venture designed by Arquitectonica to redefine Downtown Miami at 400 Southeast 2nd Avenue. The colossal development will rise from the grounds of the existing Hyatt Regency Miami and James L. Knight Convention Center, making way for a new era in Miami’s real estate landscape. Hyatt Hotel Corporation and Gencom are the developers.

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Hyatt And Gencom Get Approval For 3-Tower Miami Riverbridge With 64% Of City Voters In Favor

Developers Hyatt Hotel Corp. and Gencom have gotten approval for the redevelopment of the 4.2-acre city-owned site at 400 Southeast 2nd Street in Downtown Miami. The November 8 referendum resulted in 64% of city voters in favor of the three-towered mixed-use development set to replace the aging Hyatt Regency Miami and James L. Knight Convention Center. Designed by Arquitectonica, the project will yield two towers of 61-stories and a 95-story supertall containing over 1,500 residential units, a flagship 615-room Hyatt Regency, 264 branded and serviced apartments 190,000 square feet of Class-A meeting and events space, 20,000 square feet of coworking space, 12,000 square feet of food and beverage/retail space, 50,000 square feet of open public space, 1,100 parking spaces, and a 480-foot-long rejuvenated riverwalk. 

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Miami Riverbridge, The Three-Towered Redevelopment Of Downtown Miami’s Hyatt Regency, Heads To November Referendum For Approval

At the end of July, Miami’s City Commission voted 4 – 1 in favor of Miami Riverbridge, a three-towered, large-scale mixed-use mega project proposed as the redevelopment of a 4.2-acre city-owned site at 400 Southeast 2nd Avenue in the heart of Downtown Miami, where the Hyatt Regency Miami and James L. Knight Convention Center stand today.  Estimated to cost approximately $1.5 billion, the project calls for three new towers, two of 61 stories and one 95-story supertall, which would contain over 1,500 residential units, a new flagship 615-key Hyatt Regency hotel and 264 branded serviced apartments, 190,000 square feet of Class A meeting and events space, commercial and retail spaces, over 1,000 parking spaces and 50,000 square feet of open public space including a 480-foot-long rejuvenated riverwalk. Miami Riverbridge is being developed between Hyatt Hotels Corp. and Gencom under the HRM Owner LLC, and is being designed by Arquitectonica. The project’s fate is now in the hands of city voters at the next referendum on November 8.

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