The Wynwood BID has completed a study which reveals that amid fast-rising density, Wynwood-Edgewater is more in need of a train station than Midtown Miami-Design District. The Wynwood-Edgewater area is looking at nearly 65 million square feet of new development according to urban planner Cesar Garcia-Pons.
There is a new mixed-use hotel coming to Wynwood as 111 Wynwood LLC, an entity led by Eduardo Vargas and Andres Hogg, has filed plans to bring a 72-key hotel to the trendy neighborhood right near Wynwood Walls.
The already under-construction River Landing Shops & Restaurants, being developed by River Landing Development including the Coral Gables-based UrbanX Group and Coralee Penabad along with H&R REIT, and Matthews Southwest, have revealed a waterfront “Restaurant Row,” further engaging the Miami River.
PMG, S2 Development, and Greybrook Realty Partners will build Miami’s tallest tower at 300 Biscayne, which will also feature Miami’s first Waldorf Astoria Hotel & Residences. The 1,049’ tower is being designed by Sieger Suarez and is expected to have a sell-out over $1 billion.
KIPANY Marketing, the firm which handles marketing for The New York Times, Disney, Comcast, Verizon and Sears, is relocating to Fort Lauderdale after 40 years in NY as the exodus of business and wealth from high-tax northern states continues as they gravitate towards Florida’s income tax-free structure.
Megacenter Brickell is gearing up to go vertical as foundation work is nearing completion and the developer has filed with the FAA for crane installation. Megacenter Brickell is being developed by Red Megacentro and is designed by Reinaldo Borges of Borges Architects + Associates.
America's largest homebuilding, Lennar (LEN), has submitted plans to build Wynwood Green, a 189-unit rental apartment complex at the site of Wynwood Yard. The project would rise 11-stories on the 1.26 acre site and is designed by Dorsky + Yue.
ZOM Living's new Stantec-designed Solitair is now open in Brickell after breaking ground in 2015. Solitair is located directly across the street from Brickell City Centre at 86 SW 8th Street. The 50-story tower, which broke ground in 2015, features a design inspired by the Medjool date palm tree.
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.
Miami voters have approved a new hotel to be built on city-owned land on Watson Island as part of a redevelopment of Jungle Island. 59% of voters said yes in support of waiving competitive bidding on the property to extend Jungle Island's lease to 2099 and approve the owners of Jungle Island to have the right to build a 13-story, 300 room hotel.
The Eurostars Vintro Hotel, located at 2216 Park Avenue in South Beach has sold in an off market deal for $20 million to Henley USA. The deal equates to roughly $400,000 per key for the 50-room hotel, which was previously owned by Encotel, LLC.
CAOBA Miami Worldcenter has revealed new renderings and launched a website in anticipation of the buildings upcoming completion. CAOBA’s market-rate rental apartments range in size from 500 SF studios to 1,300 SF 3-bedroom floor plans.
Adler Group and 13th Floor Investments have submitted plans for Link at Douglas to Miami-Dade County, representing the first step of their multi-phase plan bring a mixed-use development to the Douglas Metrorail Station.
Aventura ParkSquare has received its Temporary Certificates of Occupancy (TCO) from Miami-Dade County as the mixed-use projects gears up to open to residents and commercial tenants. Aventura ParkSquare is being developed by Integra Investments and was revealed in 2014 before breaking ground in 2016.
PMG is converting 64 units of the newly opened luxury apartment tower X Miami in Downtown Miami into a hotel component, to be known as The Guild Hotel. The Guild Hotel will occupy 4 floors of the 32-story building and guests will have access to the same amenities shared by X Miami residents.
Netherlands-based citizenM, the pioneer of affordable luxury hotels, has announced plans to open a 348-key hotel within Miami Worldcenter, one of the largest private mixed-use developments underway in the United States, occupying 27 acres in the heart of the Downtown Miami.
Metronomic Place, a new mixed-use project coming to 3280 Grand Avenue, has been revealed in Coconut Grove. The project is being designed by local architecture firm CLAD and will feature interiors by One Design Build.
Magic City Innovation District (MCID), a 17.7-acre Innovation District in Miami’s Little Haiti and Little River neighborhoods, has commenced renovations on 17 of its 21 commercial buildings. The project's first phase of commercial development features 200,000 SF of leasable space spread through several modernized warehouses.
The 3-year, $620 million renovation of the Miami Beach Convention Center is powering towards completion. The redesign, which features 500 aluminum fins which are influenced by ocean waves, was designed by Fentress Architects, Arquitectonica and West 8.
A warehouse located on the corner of North Miami Avenue and 71st St. in Little River has sold for $10.4 million. The sale, which was brokered by Tony Cho's Metro 1, a leading real estate brokerage, management and development firm, includes a 49,000 SF warehouse on 77,000 SF of land.
Robert Wennett has submitted a Special Area Plan to build a mixed-use complex, Miami Produce Center, in Allapattah designed by none other then the starchitect Bjarke Ingels. The project is proposed on 8.54 acres located at Northwest 21st and 22nd Streets, and between Northwest 13th and 12th Avenues.
Fifteen Group is inching closer to their construction permit at 1836 Biscayne after recording a Covenant in Lieu of Unity of Title. In March 2017 PROFILEmiami covered Fifteen Group's application to replat the property which would allow them to build the 34-story residential tower over the historic Christian Science Church, originally built in 1925.
YOTELPAD has released new renderings as the project gears up to break ground by Q4 2018. The project is expected to cost $150 million and has set a timeframe for delivery in 2020. YOTELPAD in Downtown Miami will be the first East Coast location of YOTEL's new YOTELPAD concept.
The Miami office of global architecture and design firm, Perkins+Will, has announced the opening of the recently completed Baptist Health facility at 709 Alton Road. The four-story outpatient care center was developed by Crescent Heights and features 120,000 SF of total development.
Stambul, a family-owned and operated, full-service boutique construction and development firm, has completed the purchase of the historic Walgreens building in Downtown Miami for $19.75 million. Located at 200 East Flagler St., the building was owned by the Alonso family and is currently home to La Epoca Department Store.
New renderings of David Beckham and Jorge Mas' controversial proposal to build one of the biggest private office and retail parks in the U.S. on city owned land, known as Freedom Park, have been revealed.
Florida East Coast Industries (FECI) has hired leading commercial brokerage firm Metro 1 Commercial, LLC to spearhead retail leasing efforts for the state-of-the-art development, MiamiCentral, Miami's most connected, mixed-use transportation hub.
Be careful what you wish for. Activists who brought lawsuits against David Beckham's Overtown Soccer Stadium proposal may have derailed that initiative which would have energized the Overtown community.