1111 Lincoln Road: Architectural Stunna

Developed by Robert Wennett, The proposed 1111 Lincoln Road mixed use development, located across the street from the Zyscovich-designed Lincoln Road Cinema (1100 Lincoln Rd.), is sharply designed and unorthodoxly thought-out. The project combines the architectural brilliance of two preeminent firms: Zyscovich, and Herzog & De Meuron (designing the planned Miami Art Museum and designers of the Allianz Arena in Munich and Beijing Olympic Stadium).

Image: Raymond Jungle courtyard landscaping and unit interior rendering

The project will have 50,000 square feet of curated street-level retail space with 18-30ft high ceilings and a 300 space parking garage. Located at the west entrance to Lincoln Road, the site offers optimal visibility for its future tenants. The project will include residences that are surrounded by Raymond Jungle landscaped courtyards. This standout project further solidifies Zyscovich’s leading role in innovative design in Miami Beach, introduces a world-class international architectural firm to the Beach, adds Class A commercial space to South Beach, and compliments the westward expansion of Lincoln road.



Filed under Commercial Developments, Miami Beach: South Beach, Residential Developments

14 responses to “1111 Lincoln Road: Architectural Stunna

  1. harold

    do you khow which retilers are coming to this project

  2. Harold, as of right now I don’t, but given the site’s high profile location, they’re likely to lure some big names. We’ll keep you posted.

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  3. i heard they paid a pretty penny just for the logo design…

  4. How much did you hear it was?

  5. Hello, I bid on the landscape and irrigation for this project and I was wodering if you can tell me who the awarded general contractor is for this project? It will be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks, Jen.

  6. Jim

    Anyone heard the latest? (as of Jamuary 2009)?

  7. Matt

    Got some news… I just found out they have some office spaces for lease, not just retail. Check it out: http://1111lincolnroad.blogspot.com/

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