555 NW South River rd, Miami River
Miami Riverhouse 555 is created by New York-based architect Carlos Zapata.
Design featuring two striking glass-and-steel buildings that resemble cargo ships weighed down by stacks of containers .
The development team sought permission to extend the parking component along the project’s frontage and cover it with an artistic or glass treatment and reduce parking requirements by 30 percent, among other waivers.
Consisting of three towers of up to 12 stories, 555 Riverhouse would entail 90,000 square feet of office space, 23,000 square feet for other commercial uses, and a condo-hotel with 169 lodging units and 39 residential units that can be rented out by the owners. Amenities include a 600-foot public riverwalk and 146 feet of view corridors. According to Jain, luxury hotel brand Sixty Hotels would run the 555 Riverhouse hotel portion and the condos would be listed in the $1 million to $1.5 million range.
Her partners also include Joe Del Vecchio and Oklahoma City developer Zerby Interests, Bob Zangrillo was also a partner for a minute, but had recently exited the project.
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