A ground breaking schedule has been announced for The District, a 37-story mixed-use skyscraper set to rise at 225 North Miami Avenue in Downtown Miami. Developed by the Related Group and designed by Sieger Suarez Architects with interiors by the Meshberg Group, the structure should rise to 394-feet and yield 343 units, bounded by bounded by NE 3rd St. to the north, NE 1st Ave, to the east and NE 2nd St. to the south. The developer has unveiled ground breaking will occur in Q4 of 2021, which is later this year.
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 southwestern 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 City of Miami Planning and Zoning Department has approved the application for the development of Related Group’s mixed-use 37-story tower named “The District”. Addressed as 225 North Miami Avenue, the tower will rise to approximately 394-feet within Miami’s Central Business District at the southeast corner of N. Miami Ave. and Northeast 3rd Street. The development site is steps away from the American Airlines Arena and Bayfront Park, as well as the Government Center Metromover Station. The application was originally filed on August 8, 2020 under the Parcel C, LLC, an affiliate of Related Group.