In Brickell, the first tower at The River District has reached level 30 of construction, according to contractor G.T. McDonald Enterprise.
Developer Chetrit Group has said that The River District will “create a riverwalk experience for the first time in the city.”
The apartment tower now under construction is planned to top off at 54 stories, or 648 feet above ground.
Eventually, a total of four towers are planned at the complex. Two will be rental buildings, with the other two planned as office and condo.
The next tower is also planned to have 374 condos and will rise to the same 54-story height. Groundbreaking is planned for early 2023.
The fully built out complex is planned to have 4 million square feet and include:
- about 1,600 residences
- Class A office space
- 30,000 square feet of retail
- a boat marina that can accommodate 60-foot vessels
- 2,000 covered parking spots
David Grutman’s Groot Hospitality is partnering on “culinary and residential concepts” at the development. Grutman’s concepts will be featured across residential, restaurant and entertainment spaces, a press release said.
Kobi Karp is the architect. Rockwell Group is the interior designer of the condo tower, with Rockwell and IDDI doing interiors at the apartment tower lobby and restaurant.
Chetrit Group is the developer.