Wednesday, September 16, 2015
Mixed Used Project by NewGard Development
Newgard Development Group has unveiled details of the 48-story, mixed-use tower it plans to build as part of the massive Miami Worldcenter project in Overtown.
Greenberg Traurig attorney Iris Escarra said the tower would be on the north side of the 30-acre project – between the mall and the convention center and just south of the NAP of the Americas. It would total 1.7 million square feet with two towers atop a parking deck.
Newgard Development Group’s project would have 897 apartments, 344 hotel rooms, 38,850 square feet of office space, 21,200 square feet of retail and restaurants, and 1,100 parking spaces. Escarra said the retail and restaurants would be on the ground floor.
There would be an amenity deck atop the parking garage the separates the two towers, which would be divided for hotel and apartment uses, she said.
This is the first office space confirmed at Miami Worldcenter.
The project will also include the Paramount condominium tower, a hotel convention center, and a mall.
Also on Wednesday, the UDRB will consider the 872-unit, 43-story apartment tower at Miami Worldcenter by ZOM.
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Newgard is the developer of the Brickell House and One Flagler buildings in Downtown Miami.
Information read in the South Florida Business Journal.
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