MDM Group has broken ground on Met Square, a 43-story domestic tower with attached cinema, shops and dining establishments that will certainly be the 4th and last stage of MDM’s $1 billion Metropolitan Miami master advancement in downtown Miami.
Highlighting South Florida’s heated multifamily market, the 391-unit apartment or condo tower at 340 S.E. 3rd Street developed by Zom is the third skyscraper property task to be integrateded The Met alone. In associated news this week, Alta Developers revealed that Miami’s 128-unit Le Parc at Brickell condo task has rounded off building and is on schedule for conclusion by the end of the year.
Met Square, consisting of the stores, restaurants and 18-screen theater, is scheduled for delivery in mid-2017. Like the rest of The Met, the most recent stage is developed by Miami architectural firm Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & & Associates, which developed the just recently opened Miami Beach Edition hotel and designed the $1 billion remodelling of Fontainebleau Miami Beach in 2008.
The Met master job is consisted of Met 1, a finished and inhabited 447-unit, 40-story luxury domestic tower; Wells Fargo Center, a 47-story, 752,000-square-foot office tower and the joined 41-story JW Marriott Marquis Miami and Hotel Beaux Arts Miami; and Met 3, that includes the 41,000-square-foot Whole Foods Market, a 1,800-space parking garage and 462 apartment or condos now under construction and set up for shipment in early 2016.
The glass-designed Met Square will certainly include several cultural and historically considerable functions, consisting of the heritage of the Tequesta Native American people, and artifacts from Henry Flagler’s Royal Palm Hotel opened in 1896, just a couple of months after Miami’s incorporation as a city.