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Old Posted Feb 20, 2020, 4:05 AM
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MIAMI | 191 SW 12th Street (Fire Station #4) | 752 FT (JDS)

JDS PROPOSING 752-FOOT TOWER TO REPLACE BRICKELL FIRE STATION





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New York developer JDS is negotiating to replace Brickell’s Fire Station number 4, in exchange for payments to the city and other benefits.

The tower would top off at 752 feet, the proposal states.

It would include:

1,000 residential units
175 micro units
176 hotel room keys
250,000 square feet of office
5,000 square feet of retail
90,000 square feet of fitness, wellness and amenity space
1,600 parking spaces

Another developer had previously negotiated to replace the fire station, but never went through with the purchase.

JDS would combine the fire station with adjacent property for a bigger site. Benefits to the city would include millions in payments, a rebuilt park next door, and a new fire station.

Records show that negotiations have been ongoing since last year and appear to be getting closer to completion.
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BRICKELL 62-STORY FIRE STATION TOWER UP FOR VOTE TODAY, DESIGNED BY SHOP ARCHITECTS



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New renderings of the 62-story Brickell tower proposed to replace Fire Station Number 4 have been released, ahead of a vote on the deal.

The project will actually include two connected towers, one at 62 stories and the other at 23 stories. The tallest would top off at 752 feet.

The City of Miami Commission is scheduled to decide whether to ratify an agreement negotiated by developer JDS with city administrators. A commission meeting is scheduled for today.

Site plans for the project have been submitted to commissioners. New renderings have also been obtained by the SFBJ.

Shop Architects is designing the project, the plans show.

The project is proposed to include over 1,000 residential units, as well as hotel, office, retail, and wellness. A rebuilt park and fire station is also part of the deal.

Construction must begin within 18 months of site plan approval, with completion of the fire station 36 months from approval.
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Michael Stern is moving forward with massive Miami tower project

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New York developer Michael Stern is moving forward with plans to build a $500 million mixed-use tower west of Brickell Avenue, which will include 1,000 residential units.

The Miami City Commission cleared the way for Stern’s JDS Development Group to work with the city on developing the massive site.

The 1.5-acre project calls for a 752-foot-tall tower. Part of the agreement with the city includes JDS building a fire station on the ground floor.

Stern plans to break ground on the 2.5 million-square-foot project this summer, beginning work without financing. He will seek financing in about a year.

The 62-story tower will include 1,000 rental apartments, 200 micro units, a 200-key hotel and about 250,000 square feet of office space. The development will also feature about 1,700 parking spaces. There will be no condo component.

JDS hired James Corner Field Operations, the landscape architecture and urban design firm behind the High Line in New York, to renovate Southside Park, at 140 Southwest 11th Street. New York City-based SHoP Architects is designing the project with Kobi Karp. SHoP Architects also designed Stern’s Brooklyn skyscraper at 9 DeKalb Avenue.
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