Auberge Miami, originally planned as a 1,400-unit condo development in downtown Miami, has been canceled as deposits have already been returned to buyers, according to multiple reports.
Groundbreaking was pegged for early 2017 for a 60-story luxury tower at 1400 Biscayne Boulevard (just north of the Adrienne Arsht Center) but a new timeline emerged last August, pegging construction for the end of 2018 amid stalling sales in an oversaturated market.
Miami Condo Investments was the first to report the cancellation news last week after the $2 million sales center went dark.
The project was designed by Arquitectonica with interiors by Pierro Lissoni and landscaping by Enzo Enea. Amenities included a golf simulation room, cigar lounge, wine room, children's play room, restaurant, and a Zen Pool Terrace.
Meanwhile, plans recently emerged for a mixed-use development by Resorts World across the street that include a hotel, residences, and retail as part of a proposal to redevelop the Omni transit terminal.