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Centro, a residential tower in the heart of downtown Miami, is brought to life by the forward-thinking Newgard Development Group, in collaboration with Yves Béhar – the award-winning designer and founder of fuseproject. Inspired by next-generation urban living for modern city dwellers, Centro is the intersection of easy accessibility, smart business, and a vibrant cultural scene. From urban edge to the warmth of sun and sand, Centro is the contemporary live-work-play center of the universe.

Centro, a residential tower in the heart of downtown Miami, is brought to life by the forward-thinking Newgard Development Group, in collaboration with Yves Béhar – the award-winning designer and founder of fuseproject. Inspired by next-generation urban living for modern city dwellers, Centro is the intersection of easy accessibility, smart business, and a vibrant cultural scene. From urban edge to the warmth of sun and sand, Centro is the contemporary live-work-play center of the universe.

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Centro stands as proof that you truly can have everything - location, style, convenience and value. Inside, you will find amenities and residences tailored to the needs of modern life. Just outside your door, all that downtown Miami has to offer will be at your feet. The new tower at 150 SE 1st Street is at the epicenter of downtown Miami’s multifaceted energy. Set in the heart of the jewelry district, alongside courthouses and government offices, Centro is where the action happens. At the same time, it is the gateway to downtown’s favorite destinations – just a few blocks from the Miami Riverfront, Bayfront Park and Bayside Marketplace, Biscayne Bay, The American Airlines Arena, the upcoming new Museum Park, and the Arsht Center for the Performing Arts.

UNIQUE CHARACTERISTICS

  • Design inspiration by Yves Béhar of fuseproject
  • Connected, accessible downtown living
  • Sustainable and environmentally conscious
  • Anchor restaurant
  • First dedicated car2go hub in Miami
  • One block from the upcoming Whole Foods Market and movie theater
  • Pet friendly
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Common spaces are designed to support an integrated urban lifestyle and embrace the pulse of downtown Miami. Sunbathe at the rooftop pool, enjoy the on-site spa, or take advantage of multiple fully wired workspaces around the building.

BUILDING AMENITIES

  • Triple-height lobby entrance
  • 24-hour reception desk
  • Secured key-fob entry access
  • Full-service valet parking
  • Ground-floor Anchor restaurant
  • Street-level retail space
  • High-speed controlled elevators
  • Exclusive outdoor pet area with secure, access controlled entry and exit
  • Two-story Penthouse recreation area
  • Health club and spa
  • Skyline residents lounge
  • Pool with 360° views
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When the world is placed at your feet, everything else seems effortless. Centro’s thoughtful amenities provide upscale appeal while loft-style interiors offer a chance at life without limits.

UNIT FEATURES

  • Dramatic 10-foot exposed elevated ceilings in residences
  • Energy-efficient, sound-reducing windows
  • Oversized closets
  • Custom kitchen and bathroom fixtures with modern style
  • Stainless-steel, energy-smart appliances
  • Italian kitchen and bathroom cabinetry
  • Separate showers and soaking tubs in select units
  • Modern light fixtures
  • High-efficiency air conditioning units
  • Floor-to-ceiling windows
  • Finished concrete flooring
  • Imported stone countertops and backsplashes
  • Custom finished floors and walls in wet area
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When you need to leave your urban enclave, public transportation is conveniently nearby, or you can head downstairs to the car2go hub (an electric bike rental rack) and off you’ll go. The sand, surf, and all of Miami are just minutes away.

Floor Plans

Open-concept floor plans allow you the freedom to arrange your space your own way, with minimal walls between you, your guests, and your views of the city. Floor-to-ceiling windows create a seamless connection with the energy of downtown, while quality materials like Italian cabinetry and fixtures redefine its image.

Units


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Unit A

Bedroom – 2

Bath – 2

A/C

Terrace

1,131 sq. ft.

42 sq. ft.

105.0 sq.m

3.9 sq. m

TOTAL
1,173 sq. ft.
108.9 sq. m

Stated dimensions are measured to the exterior boundaries of the exterior walls and the centerline of interior demising walls and in fact vary from the dimensions that would be determined by using the description and definition of the “Unit” set forth in the Declaration (which generally only includes the interior airspace between the perimeter walls and excludes interior structural components). For your reference, the area of the Unit, determined in accordance with those defined unit boundaries, is 1,131 sq. ft. Note that measurements of rooms set forth on this floor plan are generally taken at the greatest points of each given room (as if the room were a perfect rectangle), without regard for any cutouts. Accordingly, the area of the actual room will typically be smaller than the product obtained by multiplying the stated length times width. All dimensions are approximate and may vary with actual construction, and all floor plans and development plans are subject to change.

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Unit B

Bedroom – 2

Bath – 2

A/C

Terrace

920 sq. ft.

42 sq. ft.

85.4 sq.m

3.9 sq. m

TOTAL
962 sq. ft.
89.3 sq. m

Stated dimensions are measured to the exterior boundaries of the exterior walls and the centerline of interior demising walls and in fact vary from the dimensions that would be determined by using the description and definition of the “Unit” set forth in the Declaration (which generally only includes the interior airspace between the perimeter walls and excludes interior structural components). For your reference, the area of the Unit, determined in accordance with those defined unit boundaries, is 1,131 sq. ft. Note that measurements of rooms set forth on this floor plan are generally taken at the greatest points of each given room (as if the room were a perfect rectangle), without regard for any cutouts. Accordingly, the area of the actual room will typically be smaller than the product obtained by multiplying the stated length times width. All dimensions are approximate and may vary with actual construction, and all floor plans and development plans are subject to change.

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Unit C

Bedroom – 2

Bath – 1

A/C

Terrace

822 sq. ft.

42 sq. ft.

76.3 sq.m

3.9 sq. m

TOTAL
864 sq. ft.
80.2 sq. m

Stated dimensions are measured to the exterior boundaries of the exterior walls and the centerline of interior demising walls and in fact vary from the dimensions that would be determined by using the description and definition of the “Unit” set forth in the Declaration (which generally only includes the interior airspace between the perimeter walls and excludes interior structural components). For your reference, the area of the Unit, determined in accordance with those defined unit boundaries, is 1,131 sq. ft. Note that measurements of rooms set forth on this floor plan are generally taken at the greatest points of each given room (as if the room were a perfect rectangle), without regard for any cutouts. Accordingly, the area of the actual room will typically be smaller than the product obtained by multiplying the stated length times width. All dimensions are approximate and may vary with actual construction, and all floor plans and development plans are subject to change.

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Unit D

Bedroom – 1

Bath – 1

A/C

Terrace

691 sq. ft.

42 sq. ft.

64.1 sq.m

3.9 sq. m

TOTAL
773 sq. ft.
68 sq. m

Stated dimensions are measured to the exterior boundaries of the exterior walls and the centerline of interior demising walls and in fact vary from the dimensions that would be determined by using the description and definition of the “Unit” set forth in the Declaration (which generally only includes the interior airspace between the perimeter walls and excludes interior structural components). For your reference, the area of the Unit, determined in accordance with those defined unit boundaries, is 1,131 sq. ft. Note that measurements of rooms set forth on this floor plan are generally taken at the greatest points of each given room (as if the room were a perfect rectangle), without regard for any cutouts. Accordingly, the area of the actual room will typically be smaller than the product obtained by multiplying the stated length times width. All dimensions are approximate and may vary with actual construction, and all floor plans and development plans are subject to change.

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Unit E1

Bedroom – 1

Bath – 1

A/C

Terrace

654 sq. ft.

49 sq. ft.

60.7 sq.m

4.5 sq. m

TOTAL
703 sq. ft.
65.3 sq. m

Stated dimensions are measured to the exterior boundaries of the exterior walls and the centerline of interior demising walls and in fact vary from the dimensions that would be determined by using the description and definition of the “Unit” set forth in the Declaration (which generally only includes the interior airspace between the perimeter walls and excludes interior structural components). For your reference, the area of the Unit, determined in accordance with those defined unit boundaries, is 1,131 sq. ft. Note that measurements of rooms set forth on this floor plan are generally taken at the greatest points of each given room (as if the room were a perfect rectangle), without regard for any cutouts. Accordingly, the area of the actual room will typically be smaller than the product obtained by multiplying the stated length times width. All dimensions are approximate and may vary with actual construction, and all floor plans and development plans are subject to change.

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Unit E2

Bedroom – 1

Bath – 1

A/C

Terrace

609 sq. ft.

49 sq. ft.

56.6 sq.m

4.5 sq. m

TOTAL
658 sq. ft.
61.1 sq. m

Stated dimensions are measured to the exterior boundaries of the exterior walls and the centerline of interior demising walls and in fact vary from the dimensions that would be determined by using the description and definition of the “Unit” set forth in the Declaration (which generally only includes the interior airspace between the perimeter walls and excludes interior structural components). For your reference, the area of the Unit, determined in accordance with those defined unit boundaries, is 1,131 sq. ft. Note that measurements of rooms set forth on this floor plan are generally taken at the greatest points of each given room (as if the room were a perfect rectangle), without regard for any cutouts. Accordingly, the area of the actual room will typically be smaller than the product obtained by multiplying the stated length times width. All dimensions are approximate and may vary with actual construction, and all floor plans and development plans are subject to change.

floorplan-f

Unit F

Bedroom – 1

Bath – 1

A/C

Terrace

642 sq. ft.

31 sq. ft.

59.6 sq.m

2.8 sq. m

TOTAL
673 sq. ft.
62.5 sq. m

Stated dimensions are measured to the exterior boundaries of the exterior walls and the centerline of interior demising walls and in fact vary from the dimensions that would be determined by using the description and definition of the “Unit” set forth in the Declaration (which generally only includes the interior airspace between the perimeter walls and excludes interior structural components). For your reference, the area of the Unit, determined in accordance with those defined unit boundaries, is 1,131 sq. ft. Note that measurements of rooms set forth on this floor plan are generally taken at the greatest points of each given room (as if the room were a perfect rectangle), without regard for any cutouts. Accordingly, the area of the actual room will typically be smaller than the product obtained by multiplying the stated length times width. All dimensions are approximate and may vary with actual construction, and all floor plans and development plans are subject to change.

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Unit G

Bedroom – 1

Bath – 1

A/C

Terrace

500 sq. ft.

44 sq. ft.

46.4 sq.m

4.2 sq. m

TOTAL
546 sq. ft.
50.7 sq. m

Stated dimensions are measured to the exterior boundaries of the exterior walls and the centerline of interior demising walls and in fact vary from the dimensions that would be determined by using the description and definition of the “Unit” set forth in the Declaration (which generally only includes the interior airspace between the perimeter walls and excludes interior structural components). For your reference, the area of the Unit, determined in accordance with those defined unit boundaries, is 1,131 sq. ft. Note that measurements of rooms set forth on this floor plan are generally taken at the greatest points of each given room (as if the room were a perfect rectangle), without regard for any cutouts. Accordingly, the area of the actual room will typically be smaller than the product obtained by multiplying the stated length times width. All dimensions are approximate and may vary with actual construction, and all floor plans and development plans are subject to change.

floorplan-h

Unit H

Bedroom – 1

Bath – 1

A/C

Terrace

500 sq. ft.

46 sq. ft.

46.4.0 sq.m

4.2 sq. m

TOTAL
546 sq. ft.
50.7 sq. m

Stated dimensions are measured to the exterior boundaries of the exterior walls and the centerline of interior demising walls and in fact vary from the dimensions that would be determined by using the description and definition of the “Unit” set forth in the Declaration (which generally only includes the interior airspace between the perimeter walls and excludes interior structural components). For your reference, the area of the Unit, determined in accordance with those defined unit boundaries, is 1,131 sq. ft. Note that measurements of rooms set forth on this floor plan are generally taken at the greatest points of each given room (as if the room were a perfect rectangle), without regard for any cutouts. Accordingly, the area of the actual room will typically be smaller than the product obtained by multiplying the stated length times width. All dimensions are approximate and may vary with actual construction, and all floor plans and development plans are subject to change.

With downtown at your feet, drive time is replaced with walk time. Living at the epicenter of a vibrant downtown means you can walk in any direction and find endless places to explore, shop, work, drink, and eat.

Points of interest

  1. Adrienne Arsht Performing Arts Center
  2. American Airlines Arena
  3. Bayfront Park
  4. Bayfront Amphitheater
  5. Bayside Marketplace
  6. Brickell CityCentre (under construction, 2015)
  7. Dade County Courthouse
  8. Dade County Main Library
  9. Federal Courthouse
  10. Freedom Tower
  11. Government Center
  12. Gusman Theatre
  13. James L. Knight Center
  14. Macy’s
  15. Miami Dade Community College
  16. Museum Park/Frost Museum of Science
  17. Perez Art Museum (under construction, 2013)
  18. Port of Miami
  19. Resorts World (coming soon)
  20. Silverspot Cinema (coming soon)
  21. Whole Foods Market (under construction; 2014)

151 SE 1st St Miami, FL 33131

Team

NEWGARD DEVELOPMENT GROUP

The partners of Newgard Development Group have spent 15 years in the South Florida real estate market. Founded by Harvey Hernandez, Newgard’s highly skilled associates bring more than 40 years of combined experience in development, design, and construction. Hallmarks of the Newgard approach to development include innovative luxury buildings in desirable, centrally located neighborhoods, pedestrian-oriented lifestyles, and cutting-edge amenities. Property designs reflect a commitment to relevant architectural detailing and the attitudes of residents. By focusing on the unique qualities of each project, Newgard is able to ensure superior quality with exacting attention to detail, exceptional finishes, and timely completion, every time.

Newgard’s recent projects include, BrickellHouse and Solaris, both in Brickell, Gallery Art in the Miami Arts District, and City Palms in Downtown West Palm Beach.

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http://newgardgroup.com/

Plaza Construction

Established in 1986, and headquartered in New York City, Plaza Construction  provides construction management, general contracting, and project consulting services nationally with offices located in Miami, Los Angeles and Washington, DC.  As an industry leader in sustainability, Plaza has executed more than $4 billion of LEED rated projects, and in the past six years, the Company’s revenues have averaged almost $1 billion annually.

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http://plazaconstruction.com/

FUSEPROJECT

Fuseproject is an award-winning San Francisco based design agency. Founded by Yves Béhar in 1999, the studio provides the full scope of design services including industrial design, branding, UI and UX across a wide array of industries. They are renowned for work with for profit and non-profit partners in fields as diverse as technology, fashion, furniture and consumer goods. Behar believes that design should be a force for positive social and environmental change, and from this unique vantage point, the studio takes a long-term strategic approach to developing and enhancing brands. The studio’s work has been internationally recognized by museums and is in the permanent collections of the MoMA, SFMoMA, Art Institute of Chicago, Victoria & Albert Museum, Cooper Hewitt, and Centre Pompidou, amongst others.

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http://fuseproject.com/

THE SIEGER SUAREZ ARCHITECTURAL PARTNERSHIP

The Sieger Suarez Architectural Partnership enjoys a distinguished 30-year reputation for award-winning, design-forward architecture. Among its wide spectrum of project experience, which encompasses over ten billion dollars’ worth of residential real estate, The Partnership has designed many of the most prestigious, successful and award-winning projects in South Florida. These include BrickellHouse, The St. Regis Bal Harbour, Apogee in South Beach and Trump International Sonesta Beach Resort in Sunny Isles.

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http://siegersuarez.com/

CERVERA REAL ESTATE

Miami-based Cervera Real Estate has been South Florida’s industry leader in condominium sales for more than four decades. The company was the area’s first brokerage to market extensively on an international scale, a trend it continues to broaden through strengthening its global relationships. Today, Cervera’s team of more than 250 professionals specializes in representing Miami’s premier residential towers, making them the broker of choice for the sale and purchase of the latest luxury developments.

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http://cervera.com/

CAR2GO

Founded in the German city of Ulm, in 2008, car2go is a unique auto-sharing program with a strong and thriving customer following that spans 16 European and North American cities. About 120,000 customers enjoy unlimited mobility by logging onto the internet or mobile app to locate and use any car2go vehicle within a desired proximity. Usage is available in hourly increments with mobile- device activated solutions for locking and unlocking vehicles. The energy-efficient vehicles are easy to park in any environment, have minimal fuel costs, and deliver a smart alternative to the costs and responsibilities of traditional automobile ownership. Membership also has its benefits with usage at all US car2go cities: Austin, Portland, Seattle, San Diego, Washington D.C., San Francisco, and Los Angeles. In Miami specifically, car2go reaches everywhere from Little Havana to Coconut Grove with over 240 vehicles, which are always ready to go, with a downtown hub location to be included at Centro.

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http://car2go.com/

TILIA

A leading voice in Downtown Miami’s renaissance, the Tilia Family of Companies have been an active presence in Miami’s Central Business District since 1979, when Tilia Real Estate was formed (as ABC Management Services, Inc.) to handle day-to-day operations of American Business Center, now the location of Centro Condominium.

TILIA strives to create synergistic opportunities to enhance the quality of life and the sense of community for people living and working in Downtown Miami.

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http://tiliaventure.com/

REPÚBLICA

República is a cross-cultural agency with a proven track record of delivering fresh, dynamic communications that engage and connect across language and culture. By fusing Insight+Driven marketing [I.D.] with digital savvy and a deep understanding of how to position brands in a rapidly diversifying marketplace, República has become one of the fastest-growing agencies in America. Driven. Nimble. Committed to people and community. Welcome to a new kind of agency for a new general market.

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http://republica.net

News & Press

Yves Behar on Green Design, Data Overload, and His First Foray Into Architecture

August 8, 2014 | News
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Ten Questions for: Yves Behar

July 11, 2014 | News
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Serendipity Labs and Centro reveal joint venture

July 9, 2014 | News
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Downtown Miami condo project plans shared workspace

July 9, 2014 | News
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Centro Condos to include coworking

July 8, 2014 | News
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Centro gets Cemented in Downtown, Miami

May 11, 2014 | News
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Centro Condominium Gets Cemented in Miami’s Business District

May 9, 2014 | News
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Centro Condo High-Rise Project Reaches Key Milestone

May 9, 2014 | News
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Centro gets Cemented in Downtown

May 5, 2014 | Press release
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Centro Condominium Introduces Interior Design NOW by Steven G.

May 1, 2014 | Press release
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Interior Design..10 Questions with Yves Behar

April 2, 2014 | News
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Condo Developers Bet on Downtown, Brickell Buzz

January 23, 2014 | News
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Centro Breaks Ground in Downtown, Miami

December 27, 2013 | News
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First Condo in Miami CBD Since 2008 Rising

December 23, 2013 | News
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Centro Condominium Groundbreaking

December 19, 2013 | Press release
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Centro Brings Sustainability & Walkable Urbanism to Downtown, Miami

October 17, 2013 | News
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Centro Condominium opens Sales Gallery in Downtown Miami

October 16, 2013 | Press release
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Newgard Development Group wins Latin Builders Association Award

October 15, 2013 | Press release
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Centro Condominium Reservations Convert to Contract

September 13, 2013 | Press release
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Looking forward with Centro in Downtown, Miami

September 6, 2013 | News
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No parking? No problem for planned downtown Miami loft condo

July 26, 2013 | News
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Centro Brings Transit-­‐Oriented Development Providing Vast Urban Mobility Options to Miami Residents

May 21, 2013 | Press release
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Newgard’s Harvey Hernandez Wins Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Developer of the Year Award

May 13, 2013 | Press release
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World-renowned designer Yves Béhar joins Newgard Development Group in latest revitalization project for Downtown Miami- Centro.

May 1, 2013 | Press release
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Construction Updates

Centro

151 SE 1st St Miami, FL 33131

Sales Center
96 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33132
305-938-5321

 

Sales Manager
Nelson Rios
nelson@centromiami.com

 

Public Relations
Kelly Penton
Vice President
(305) 858-3935
kelly@schwartz-media.com

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