Miami River Project by Kobi Karp Architecture

Developer Chetrit Group is transforming Miami’s long-underutilized waterfront just west of Brickell Avenue into The River District, an entirely ground-up new neighborhood for art, entertainment, music and culture.

David Grutman, Miami’s nightlife and hospitality impresario aligned with A-list celebrities such as Pharrell and Bad Bunny, will bring exclusive new residential, culinary and retail concepts to The River District, with designs by David Rockwell, the master of Broadway set design and the nation’s trendiest restaurants.

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This massive mixed-use project is designed by Kobi Karp, the visionary architect drawing inspiration from Brazilian tropical modernism, that he will have to reimagine over six acres along the Miami River at the delta between I-95, Southwest Second Avenue and Jose Marti Park.

Construction is now currently underway, and The River District will be a much-needed extension of the downtown Miami urban experience, offering an entirely new destination for Brickell residents to live, work and play.

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It will feature four soaring skyscrapers comprising 1,600 condo and rental residences, Class A office space and 30,000 square feet of curated retail, restaurants and nightlife venues, as well as a boat marina and 2,000 covered parking spots.

The project was originally planned to have 1,678 residential units, 330 hotel rooms, 196,882-square-feet of retail space, 98,040-square-feet of office space. Source by Chetrit Group and images Courtesy of M18 Public Relations.

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