There is an offer on the table for $115 million for the block. if agreed full application had actually been submitted in October 2019, and last month’s filing was only to clarify the project location.
Orlando’s Ponte Health is proposing Vertical Medical City on Biscayne Boulevard, and it would include Miami’s tallest building as one of three towers they are proposing for the site.
Ponte has submitted an application to the FAA for three towers. One tower is proposed at 1,050 feet, with a second at 700 feet and a third at 495 feet. The full application had actually been submitted in October 2019, and last month’s filing was only to clarify the project location.
The project is expected be similar to one proposed in Orlando, and will include 900 senior living apartments that would cater to different stages of care, along with medical services, a farm to table program, and the use of artificial intelligence.
A Health Hotel and Conference Park called Biscayne Bayview is also planned, with a goal of targeting medical tourism.
A Master Plan approval is already in place after being filed by a previous owner, and it would only have to be amended slightly due to the new medical focus of the development. It wouldn’t need significant modification however, since Vertical Medical City will be similar to what is already approved.
There isn’t a firm start time yet, but it could begin in mid to late 2021, with completion by the end of 2025 or early 2026.
5801 S Dixie Hwy, South Miami, FL 33143, USA. The project is a four minute walk from the South Miami Metrorail Station. It will include an eight story building. The student housing development will have a total of 99 units with 326 beds. Each unit will be equipped with a private living room and kitchen.Read more