Introducing Tower 36, a striking 47-story office tower designed by the renowned architectural firm Kohn Pederson Fox (KPF), set to redefine the Miami skyline. Located in the heart of Midtown, this impressive project is generating buzz in the real estate world.
Situated on the site of a former Shell gas station, Tower 36 will rise to an impressive height of 635 feet, encompassing 32 habitable levels, some of which boast ceiling heights exceeding 14 feet. The development combines the gas station, vacant land, and a multifamily building behind it, creating a more extensive and integrated project site.
Tower 36 offers a total of 312,058 square feet of office space and 29,109 square feet designated for commercial use, catering to the dynamic needs of the business community. With 671 parking spaces, convenience is a priority. The project also promises a delightful dining experience and a roof terrace atop the parking podium, while a serene rooftop garden graces the pinnacle of the tower.
One Thousand Group, led by Kevin Venger, Louis Birdman, and Michael Konig, spearheads the development, with Tower 36, LLC serving as the contract purchaser. Notably, this project adheres to the latest revisions in the Miami 21 zoning code, requiring no zoning waivers.
As Miami’s skyline continues to evolve, Tower 36 promises to be a remarkable addition, offering a harmonious blend of office and commercial spaces, architectural excellence, and a touch of natural beauty. Stay tuned for the upcoming Urban Development Review Board hearing on October 18, where the future of this innovative development will take center stage.