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Chad Oppenheim’s Harmonious Yet, Daring Designs Set to Charm with a Three Midtown Miami Address

Chad Oppenheim’s Harmonious Yet, Daring Designs Set to Charm with a Three Midtown Miami Address

by Sep Niakan | November 23, 2012

Just a few months on the heels of Gold Krown Financial’s decision to place almost 300 of 4 Midtown’s condo units for sale on the market comes the exciting announcement of the extravagant Three Midtown Miami mixed-use development project with an address of 3401 NE 1st Avenue. Developers Alex Vadia, Suzanne De Witt, and Deborah Samuel (as mentioned in the Florida Department of State records) will be leading the endeavor. This mixed-use complex was purchased in 2011 by the private investment group of Midtown Opportunities as part of a 22 acre deal valued at more than $60 million.

This 31-story, 264 unit tower finds itself positioned between the much-in-demand 2 Midtown and 4 Midtown condo buildings. While 2 Midtown has been making it to the headlines for its record sell outs, 4 Midtown has been in the news for its recent listings and swanky updates to common areas (read more here). Not to mention, its Greater Downtown location, proximity to Miami’s Design District, South Beach, the Miami International Airport and various other cultural, fashion and entertainment hubs adds to the allure of this pre-construction condo complex.

Though Three Midtown Miami is to be placed between two classy towers, it is set to exude a personality of its own. Renowned architect Chad Oppenheim, of the Oppenheim Architecture + Design firm, known for his daring designs that weave in a sense of romance and sensibility already has his plans in order for this 800,000 square feet residential cum commercial complex. In his own words, Oppenheim mentions the 31-story tower to be “a microcosm of the city and metropolitan life.”

Oppenheim further adds that 3 Midtown Miami is to be “A dynamic and systematic rhythm of solid and void abstracts, the typological reference, while paradoxically generating allusions of urban ensembles. This intentional distortion creates a building (or city block) that is simultaneously novel sculpture and familiar edifice - evoking notions of beautiful and charming villages where a monochromatic fabric of similar form and element drapes over masses of buildings to provide spaces for life's enjoyment.”

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