The latest residential building planned for downtown Miami’s bustling Arts and Entertainment District is a 45-story, 457-unit condominium designed by Carlos Zapata, reports the SFBJ.
Developed by NR Investments, the project is located at 31 Northeast 14th Street, which is just west of Melo Group’s Square Station, a 710-unit apartment that topped off a few weeks ago.
The plans also call for an 11-story tower at the site that will be comprised of 150 hotel rooms and 30,000 square feet of office space. The project required rezoning but Miami’s Planning, Zoning, and Appeals Board has already given it the green light, per TNM.
Zapata is the principal of Carlos Zapata Studio. Their past work includes the Bitexco Financial Tower in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (pictured below) and The Standard, East Village in New York City.