Adler Group unveils apartment tower, Miami staff office.
Adler Group unveiled plans for Riverside Miami, an apartment tower and office building for the city’s administration.
In 2018, Miami voters approved a deal for the city to sell its 3.15-acre property at 444 S.W. Second Ave. to Lancelot Miami River, an affiliate of Miami-based Adler Group. The property currently houses Miami’s administration building, which city officials decided to replace.
That deal has yet to close. However, Adler Group must still build a new administration building for the city. It would go on the neighboring 1.6-acre site at 230 S.W. Third St.
The Riverside Miami project would total 1.31 million square feet, with two towers attached by a parking pedestal. The 38-story residential tower would have 430 apartments in 750,421 square feet. The 20-story office building would total 278,379 square feet.
There would be 7,917 square feet of retail, 1,307 parking spaces, amenities on the 10th floor of both buildings, and a pool on the roof of the apartment building. The project is designed by NBWW (Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe).
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