Stantec has released new images of their new mixed-use residential development known as Eve at the District. The tower was completed in late 2016 and was named after artist Anna Sweet’s piece of art, “Eve," which is displayed in the building's lobby. Stantec provided the architectural and design services for Mack Real Estate Group, who is the developer of the project. Eve is a 19-story building located at 3635 N.E. 1st Avenue which features 195 luxury residences and 61,500 SF of retail and restaurant space. It serves to connect the Miami neighborhoods of Midtown and the Design District.
“I met Anna Sweet at the popular Spectrum Miami art show in 2014 and immediately knew that Eve was perfect for the District. Our design team was seeking a “wow factor” that would immediately engage and intrigue the guest and set the sensual tone of the space. Eve did that so wonderfully that naming the project after her was obligatory,” says Susan LaFleur, director of hospitality and residential interiors for Stantec’s Miami Office.
Stantec, a recognized national leader in architecture, design and engineering, is working on other prominent projects throughout Florida, including Luma at Miami Worldcenter; Solitair in Brickell; Pearl at Midtown 29 and Midtown 8 in Midtown Miami; AER in Tampa; Jade Signature in collaboration with Pritzker Prize-winner Herzog & de Meuron; The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach in collaboration with Italian designer Piero Lissoni; and Eighty Seven Park in collaboration with Pritzker Prize-winner Renzo Piano.