Beyond a place to park, Museum Garage offers visitors the gift of art.
The latest buzz surrounding openings at the Miami Design District is – for the first time – non-boutique related. The highly anticipated opening of Miami’s first ever Museum Garage structure is sure to become an attraction for art connoisseurs and shoppers alike. The seven-story structure brings together the works of five renowned architectural innovators under one roof to hold 800 vehicles over the ground floor retail.
The structure was built to provide additional parking for the ever-growing neighborhood, as well as advance the art in public spaces mission of the Miami Design District.
Craig Robins and L Catterton Real Estate procured architect Terrence Riley for the task of gathering the designers. Riley’s own architectural firm, K/R (Keenen/Riley) along with WORKac, J. Mayer H., Clavel Arquitectos and Nicholas Buffe began collaboration on the garage under Riley’s guidelines. Riley divided the areas among the designers, giving them full creative license. What resulted speaks for itself, it is truly a one of a kind structure.
The Miami Design District is a neighborhood known for its uniqueness and originality. It is known for taking what it has and making it beautiful in its own special way. That being said, it is only fitting that it is now home to the most artistic garage structure in the city.