Closings are now underway at CANVAS, NR Investments’ newly delivered condo in Downtown Miami’s Arts + Entertainment District. The first recorded closing was on January 15 and residents are now moving in. Construction on the 37-story CANVAS began in December 2015 with a February 2016 groundbreaking before topping off in August 2017.
The Melo Group, one of Miami’s most prolific residential developers who have quickly transformed Downtown Miami and its Arts & Entertainment District, have launched pre-leasing for Art Plaza, a transit oriented, community minded 667-unit apartment complex walking distance from the School Board Metro Mover Station.
Crescent Heights is nearing a final agreement to bring a 60-story mixed-use project to 1370 NE 2nd Ave. The proposal is expected to bring 1,100 residential units split between condos and rentals, 100,000 SF of office space and 1,100 parking spaces.
Times are changing in Miami. Just 2 years ago, living in Miami required a car and was a pure drivers' city. Now though, the Downtown corridor is filling in fast like Manhattan. Formerly dirt plots now feature residential and retail and matched with the advancement of ride-sharing platforms such as Uber and Lyft, Miami is now a city you can live without a car.
Melo Group's Aria on the Bay is now open for business, after launching sales and construction in 2015. The 53-story, Arquitectonica-designed waterfront tower, located at 1770 N. Bayshore Drive along Biscayne Bay, has become the latest condominium to deliver in Downtown’s growing Arts & Entertainment District.
NR Investments, the developers of CANVAS, the flagship condominium of downtown Miami’s Arts + Entertainment District, have released new renderings of the property’s ninth-floor amenity deck as well as an image of one of the Daniel "Krave" Fila commissioned murals.
Graspa Group, the team behind the Miami mainstays Segafredo, Salumeria 104 and Spris brands, is teaming up with a celebrity bartender on a new concept at CANVAS in the heart of Miami's Arts + Entertainment District.
Real estate news platform PROFILEmiami hosted a thought-provoking symposium about Miami’s Art in Public Places program. The special panel event, which took place in downtown Miami’s Arts + Entertainment District in the CANVAS condominium tower, put a spotlight on future development in the city and explored best practices for the ongoing incorporation of works of art in real estate projects.
PROFILEmiami presents Miami's Art in Public Places Program, March 28 @ 7 PM at CANVAS Collection Pop-Up, 70 NE 17th. Enjoy cocktails and light bites provided by PROFILEmiami as well as an up close look at luxury autos courtesy of Prestige Imports.
Melo Group, one of Miami's leading real estate developers, has fully committed to the quickly transforming Arts + Entertainment District, formally Omni District, in Downtown Miami. After delivering Melody Tower in 2016, their Square Station development, which is nearing completion,
NR Investments Successfully has successfully rezoned a plot in Miami's Arts + Entertainment District, which they created and have been developing with neighborhood changing projects like CANVAS and Filling Station Lofts. On October 16, Miami’s Planning, Zoning, and Appeals Board gave the approval for NR Investments to develop a 45-story, 457-unit condominium project designed by Carlos Zapata
PROFILEmiami had the exclusive opportunity to sit down with Ron Gottesmann and Nir Shoshani, founders of NR Investments and the masterminds behind CANVAS as well as Miami's new, burgeoning Arts + Entertainment District.