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Metropica Development in South Florida
Mixed-Use Development – design by Oppenheim Architecture
Nov 23, 2018
Design: Oppenheim Architecture
Location: South Florida, USA
Metropica is a mixed-use project located in the center of the population core of South Florida. Set by the Everglades, the unique ecological features of the surroundings inspired the development.
The design blends with the natural site while tying together the notions of a city center.
The project covers 65-acres with its site enclosed by the building’s ring podium. At its core lies a park and landscaped garden that serves as a public plaza to residents, tenants, and visitors. Eight towers are placed on top of the podium, offering views to the surrounding Everglades.
Altogether, the project brings 2,250 residential condominiums, 650,000 SF of office space; 480 hotel rooms across two boutique hotels, and 485,000 SF of retail, culinary, entertainment. In addition to this, amenities include green park space, beach club, tennis courts, fitness center, basketball court, soccer field, fitness and wellness facility, and a spa.
The development is one of the largest under-construction mixed-use projects in the United States. Completion of the first phase is expected at the end of 2019.
About Oppenheim Architecture
Oppenheim Architecture is an award-winning architecture, planning, and interior design firm specializing in hospitality, commercial mixed-use, retail and residential buildings worldwide. With over 70 firm distinctions, including over 45 AIA Awards and the 2018 National Design Award for Interior Design by Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, the firm’s work is built on both a physical and spiritual contextual sensitivity, supported by evocative and economic design solutions that all serve to enhance life.
The firm’s projects are crafted to establish the perfect balance between artistry and economics — timeless architecture that is as beautiful as it is functional. With projects spanning over 25 countries, the firm designs with sensitivity toward man and nature – harmonizing with the surroundings of each context.
Oppenheim Architecture is headquartered in Miami and has offices in New York and Basel.
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