The Developers of The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Sunny Isles Beach have celebrated another major milestone as the tower has officially toped off at 52-stories and is slated to be delivered to residents in 2019.
G&G Business Developments has locked down a $200 million construction loan for Aston Martin Residences, now under construction in Downtown Miami. The financing is being funded by Itaú BBA International plc, a London affiliate of the Brazilian bank, and was borrowed by Riverwalk East Development LLC, an affiliate of G&G Business Developments LLC.
Metropica One, the first of eight residential towers to be completed within the Metropica mega-project community, has revealed new renderings of their highly anticipated renderings including the pool, lobby area, gym and private function room. Construction teams topped out the tower at 28-stories in January 2018. Metropica One slated for completion in early 2019.
KAR Properties has officially broken ground on 2000 Ocean in Hallandale Beach, designed by Enrique Norten of TEN Arquitectos. Suffolk Construction is the contractor on the project where sales launched in November 2017 with pricing starting at $2.6 million. 2000 Ocean is expected to be delivered in 2020.
The Trump Group, led by Eddie and Jules Trump, and Coastal Construction have signed an agreement for the construction of the second tower and completion of The Estates at Acqualina, the $1.6 billion residential development in Sunny Isles Beach scheduled to open in late 2020.
Park Grove, a 3-building joint venture between Terra Group and Related Group, has celebrated the grand opening of Two and Three Park Grove as One Park Grove pushes skyward. The Park Grove project is transforming the Coconut Grove skyline with architecture by Pritzker Prize winning architects OMA/ Rem Koolhaas.
ROVR Development has announced that the concrete pour for the first elevated deck at The Fairchild Coconut Grove has been completed. Cement trucks began the process of hauling in a total of 545 cubic yards of concrete for the day long pour which needed approximately 50 cement trucks as the first elevated deck for the project was formed.
Miami-Dade commissioners have voted to award a $14.3 million construction contract to build the Brickell Backyard portion of the Underline. The 1/2 mile project will start at the Miami River and will continue through SW 13th Street under the Metrorail and Metromover, helping to bring green vegetation and park space to the dense, urban Brickell neighborhood.
The development team behind The Estates at Acqualina has closed on a $558 million construction loan on September 28, 2018 that will fund the vertical construction and completion of both residential towers at The Estates at Acqualina.
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.
University Bridge GP, LLC, a partnership between between Miami-based Global City Development, RER Ventures and Toronto-based Podium Developments that is developing the off-campus 20-story student housing rental tower University Bridge Residences, has closed on a $231 million bond issuance.
OKO Group, the Miami-based development company founded by international real estate magnate and hotelier, Vladislav Doronin, has announced that the foundation work for Missoni Baia is now complete and construction crews have taken the tower vertical.
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.
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.
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.
Miami's Urban Development Review Board (UDRB) has approved the 224-unit Altis at 2100 SW 8th Street in Little Havana. The project will rise 8 stories and will feature 224 apartment rentals, 351 parking spaces and ground floor retail.
The Residences by Armani/Casa is one step closer to completion as Dezer Development and The Related Group have announced that the tower has topped off at 649' and is now 80% sold. The development team and the tower’s general contractor, Coastal Condominiums, and executive architect, Sieger Suarez Architects, commemorated the topping off.
Two Roads Development has officially secured a $138 Million construction loan for Elysee, their luxury condominium tower rising in Edgewater. The financing was provided by JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association as construction teams have already taken the tower vertical.
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.
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.
PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter has officially topped out in Downtown Miami as the tower is now an icon on the Miami skyline. Development and construction teams celebrated the banner moment by raising 50 flags from around the world atop the Miami Skyline in celebration of the more than 550 construction workers who helped achieve the milestone.
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.
Moishe Mana has secured a $20.13 million construction loan to build Mana Wynwood Americas-Asia Trade Center & International Financial Center. The financing was provided by Centennial Bank to Malux Realty, Malka Realty and Mizrachi Holdings for properties at 2337 Northwest Fifth Avenue, 375 Northwest 23rd Street, 394 Northwest 24th Street and 382 Northwest 24th Street.
PMG and Greybrook Realty Partners have filed an application for a demolition permit to begin work on 400 Biscayne. The developers will demolish the 27,984 SF First United Methodist Church and BG Group has been listed as the demolition contractor.
Okan Tower, located at 555 North Miami Ave., will break ground in 2018 and is currently finalizing their partnership with a general contractor. The self-financed tower from Turkish developer Okan Group has pre-sold about 12% of of units since the project was first proposed in October 2017.