A plot of Miami land acquired by New York-based Property Markets Group in 2014 is seeing some action, as a large drilling rig now occupies the location of a future 32-storey apartment tower called Vice. Designed by CFE Architects, the development would stand on the western section of the property and contain 464 units, 7,000 square feet of retail, and 670 parking spaces.

Vice, image via Property Markets Group

As residential projects across Florida battle to offer the most enticing amenity spaces, Vice makes a bold statement. It promises an amenity-rich living experience with an expansive pool deck and fitness centre available to all residents. Young professionals and millennials are the target clientele for Vice, which will contain studios through to three-bedroom residences. 

Vice pool deck, image via Property Markets Group

The east side of the site, addressed as 300 Biscayne Boulevard, will likely feature a luxury condominium development of about 500 units. Previous plans for the block called for two 93-storey buildings called the Empire World Towers, but the proposal was shelved when the owners ran into legal trouble. 

A drilling rig on the site of Vice, image by Forum contributor PhillipPessar

With heavy machinery on the site and work getting started, delivery of the project has been scheduled for 2018. Additional images and information can be found in the Database file linked below. Want to get involved in the discussion or share your photos? Check out the associated Forum thread or leave a comment at the bottom of this page.