Discussion in 'Miami Real Estate, Construction And Architecture' started by sandman, Apr 18, 2012.
Yes, will post soon.
Posted these on Curbed earlier today, thanks guys!
My readers, however, seem to be very underwhelmed by the design portrayed in these renderings. I'm seeing a collective yawn in the comments section. Personally, I"m hoping that it's a rendering thing. I remember not really being impressed at all by the 1111 renderings even though I have always thought that the finished garage was spectacular, and until I took a tour of PAMM I'll admit I wasn't in love with the museum's renderings either. Maybe, hopefully, Herzog & de Meuron's buildings just don't really translate well in renderings in general.
True, the design doesn't stand out all that much in the renderings.
The FAA released a preliminary determination that the height of this building might be too tall, since anything above 499 feet at this location is presumed hazardous. However, the FAA will study the matter to determine if the requested height of 642' can be permitted. At the Mansions at Acqualina in Sunny Isles, the FAA did eventually permit a height above 640'.
The FAA has issued an approval for Jade Signature.
The building is approved for a height of 642' AGL, 649' AMSL.
New details include:
-Construction will begin in Summer 2013
-One of the only underground parking garages on the beach
-Project cost of $400 million
-Price range from $1.7 million to $25+ million
-Interior design by Pierre Yves Rochon
-Pricing said to start at about $1200/sf
Jade signature balconies
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