Wednesday, July 10, 2019 / by Suyapa Sauceda
New Rendering of 17TH Street Tower after Board Approves Plans
The 29-story 17th Street apartment tower has been approved by Miami's Urban Development Review Board and new renderings of this project have now been released.
Zyscovich Architects designers of many projects such as like Brooklyn, New York's DUMBO Heights, projects in Midtown Miami, Miami Beach’s Convention Center Redevelopment District and even the largest commercial airport in Bogota, Colombia. Having designed a full spectrum of projects, from transportation facilities and airports to K-12 schools and universities, mixed-use commercial and public-private partnership developments to multi-family residential high rises and master plans for cities.
Zyscovich Architects will now be adding the 17th Street Tower as their new project, designing both the exterior and the interior of the tower.
Developer NR Investments, which is led by principals Ron Gottesmann and Nir Shoshani, will build this project. In total, the tower will include 353,000 square feet of both commercial and residential spacing which will include 252 residential apartments, of which more than 100 will be micro units. More than 38,000 square feet for office space, 4,500 square feet for commercial space, and about 224 parking spaces.
The residential living spaces will be uniquely crafted , innovative and well thought out for the future residents according to Zyscovich Architects.
The former sales center of Canvas completed by NR Investments will be demolished to make way for the new tower.