Related Group has revealed The Gallery On The River, a 12-story affordable and workforce housing project which they have recently proposed for Miami’s Overtown neighborhood. The proposal, which was designed by SR Architects, has been submitted to the Urban Development Review Board (UDRB) for review on September 18.
PMG and Greybrook Realty Partners have locked down a $161.5 million construction loan for the development of 400 Biscayne. The financing was provided by Centennial Bank and Square Mile Capital, the same group that provided the loan for PMG’s neighboring and completed project X Miami.
Harvey Hernandez’s Newgard Development’s NGD Homesharing and Russell Galbut’s Crescent Heights have revealed new renderings of the Arquitectonica-designed Natiivo, a 50-story tower planned in Downtown Miami next to Miami WorldCenter.
Global design and engineering firm Stantec has completed the interior design of the new 43-story residential tower, Muze at Met in downtown Miami. Developed by ZOM Living and managed by ZRS Management, the 391-unit luxury high-rise is part of the Metropolitan Miami mixed-use complex located at 340 SE 3rd Street.
Estates Investment Group has proposed a Class A apartment building in Overtown which will be built in partnership with the Overtown and Park West Community Redevelopment Agency. The property, which is located at 218 NW 8th St., will be built on 1.23 acres of CRA owned land.
PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter has received its TCO as the $500 million, 60-story tower is powering towards completion with closings expected to commence in the coming weeks. The residential tower features 569-units which start at $885,000.
ROVR Development, led by Oscar Rodriguez and Ricardo Vadia, is gearing up to break ground on Grand Station Tower at 40 NW 3rd Street in Downtown Miami after first applying for construction permits in March 2018. Grand Station will rise 31-stories, 322’, and will feature 300 apartment residences and 5,000 SF of retail.
The Chicago-based Akara Partners has revealed their plans for Kenect Miami at Miami Worldcenter. The Perkins + Will and Stantec-designed tower will feature two towers, one rising 39-stories, 410’, and a second rising 79-stories, 810’.
Adler Developments’ Nexus Riverside is coming to the Miami River after having been approved by Miami city commissioners. The developers plan to break ground in Q4 of 2020 and will bring 4 towers set o be completed in 5-7 years.
The time Miami has been waiting for has arrived. Developers Louis Birdman, Gilberto Bomeny, Gregg Covin and Kevin Venger, have announced that One Thousand Museum Residences by Zaha Hadid Architects has obtained its temporary certificate of occupancy (TCO) indicating the building is now ready for occupancy and closings can commence immediately.
Construction at Aston Martin Residences is about to shift into the next gear as G&G Business Developments and Coastal Construction are set for a massive concrete pour. The 30-hour pour will require more than 1,400 concrete trucks as construction teams will pour the foundation for the highly-anticipated Aston Martin Residences in Downtown Miami.
Harvey Hernandez’s Newgard Development’s NGD Homesharing and Russell Galbut’s Crescent Heights have proposed Natiivo, a 48-story tower planned in Downtown Miami next to Miami WorldCenter. The project, which is designed by Arquitectonica with interiors by Urban Robot, will be “powered by AirBNB” and will feature units specially designed to operate short term rentals.
Aston Martin Residences, the ultra-luxury condo tower under development in Downtown Miami, teamed up with the Miami HEAT to host “Legend’s Court,” commemorating their premium corporate partnership. NBA legends of the court, Kelly Olynyk and Glen Rice, were on the American Airlines Arena floor to conduct a coaching clinic extravaganza with an All-Star real estate team of Miami’s elite brokers.
Turkish developer Okan Group has released the first interior renderings of the Behar Font & Partners-designed Okan Tower in Downtown Miami. The tower is expected to break ground later this year and will rise 70-stories when complete, over 890’.
The advancement of plans to build a stadium for Miami’s newest professional sports team, Inter Miami FC, is not going well amid pushback over the referendum to allow major developers to redevelop Melreese Golf Course into an office pack with a soccer stadium.
Publix has received a construction permit to begin work on their newest supermarket location at Three MiamiCentral, just one block from MiamiCentral Station. Publix will buildout their 27,935 SF location in the ground floor retail space of the recently completed building which also features 90,000 SF of Class A office space and parking.
Luma at Miami Worldcenter has locked down a $143 million construction loan as the developers gear up to break ground on the 43-story tower. The loan was provided by Moinian Capital Partners with a 60% equity piece valued at $23.7 million.
G&G Business Developments has announced the sale of the first penthouse property at the Aston Martin Residences in Miami, increasing the total sales at the building to almost 45%. A buyer from the United States completed the purchase on a 9,680 SF ocean facing penthouse property located on the 58th floor of the luxury residences.
One of the crown-jewel, tri-level penthouses at the luxurious Ten Museum Park by Oppenheim Architecture + Design, one of Downtown Miami’s most prestigious buildings and the first built in Park West in 2007, has hit the market for $5.6 million.
The Forbes Company and Taubman Centers, Inc. have tabbed The Comras Company to help lead retail leasing at Miami Worldcenter. The Miami-based commercial brokerage will represent over 300,000 SF of retail leasing including restaurant and entertainment space at the 27-acre, $2 billion mixed use mega-project which is currently under construction.
BH 18 Investments, LLC. has submitted plans for Krystal Tower at the former Logik site next to MiamiCentral Station to the Urban Development Review Board. The tower would be built on the podium which was previously abandoned over a decade ago and is designed by Studio Baigorria.
The Golden State Warriors’ NBA superstar Kevin Durant’s one-time Miami pad where he shared neighbors such as Dwayne Wade and other NBA stars in 2015 has hit the market for $3,600,000. The penthouse is located high atop Downtown Miami’s 900 Biscayne and was sold by Durant in 2015 before renting at a record breaking $18,000 per month, the highest rental in Downtown Miami at the time.
Aria Development Group, a New York and Miami-based real estate investment and development company, along with joint venture partner, AQARAT, one of Kuwait's leading real estate companies, has announced that YOTELPAD Miami is now 50% sold just six months after launching sales in June 2018.
One Thousand Museum by Zaha Hadid Architects, soon-to-be one of the most high-end residential towers in Miami, hosted a VIP preview of One Thousand Museum Residences’ culinary concept which will be exclusively available to residents in the tower’s Sky Lounge.
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.
Miami Worldcenter, the 27-acre, $4 billion development in Downtown Miami, is preparing to welcome its first residents after 15 years of land acquisitions, planning and construction. The 444-unit, transit-oriented CAOBA rental tower has received the green light to welcome tenants and with the launch of leasing has become the first building to deliver within the master-planned Miami Worldcenter project.
Property Markets Group, Greybrook Realty Partners and S2 Development have locked down a $33 million pre-construction loan which will be financed by the Miami-based BridgeInvest. The financing will be used to obtain final permits and approvals as well as market the property and launch sales of the residential luxury condominium component.
PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter has revealed their exclusive collection of four, two-story urban villas, the most unique residences offered at the massive 27-acre complex, which has been compared to New York’s Hudson Yards as one of the country’s most visionary and largest mixed-use developments.
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.
One Thousand Museum has announced Museum Beach, an exclusive private beach club for residents in South Beach’s South of Fifth neighborhood. The offering is yet another five-star amenity available to residents at the ultra-luxury condo tower designed by Zaha Hadid in Downtown Miami’s Park West neighborhood.