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Miami’s One River point expected to break ground in late 2017

32 units have also been added to the luxury development

An aerial rendering of a waterfront development along the Miami River
A rendering of One River Point in downtown Miami
via One River Point

One River Point is expected to break ground along the Miami River in the fourth quarter of 2017, per Miami Luxury Homes, while also adding 32 additional residences to the original 386-unit plan, divided among its two 60-story towers.

Now totaling 418 units, the east tower will consist of 224 units while the west tower will consist of 194 units. Miami Luxury Homes also notes the east tower will allow monthly rentals while the west tower will not, requiring a six-month minimum.

There’s more news regarding the luxury development designed by Rafael Viñoly, including the upgrade to B&B Italia kitchens (originally Snaidero) and the fact sales are currently in contract mode, with a new sales gallery also opening in the coming weeks.

Among the project’s amenities are valet boat services, biometric security, an on-site vault, and automated parking. You can also check out interior renderings of the residences over here.

One River Point

24 SW 4th St, , miami , florida 33130 Visit Website