December 06, 2016
The city manager is finalizing negotiations with a developer who wants to construct a triple tower mixed-use project on the Miami River. The city voters of Downtown Miami get to decide whether or not the project gets approved. The city would like to sell or lease the property on 444 SW Second Avenue, Miami Riverside Center.
The development is called Nexus Riverside Central that would house 1,350 residences in three different towers. The development would also include a 150-key hotel, and 30,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space.