The developers of Miami Worldcenter have completed another 80,000 square feet of lifestyle-driven retail space. The stand-alone building, Block F-East, marks one of the final retail components of the 27-acre project to be delivered as active vertical development continues at the $4 billion mixed-use development in the heart of Downtown Miami. Featuring a modern design enclosed with floor-to-ceiling glass, Miami Worldcenter’s ‘Jewel Box’ is located at the confluence of the 7th Street Promenade and World Paseo open-air retail pedestrian streets, directly west of the development’s upcoming citizenM boutique hotel and north of the completed luxury apartment tower Bezel Miami.Read More
Fontainebleau Development is planning a 10-story residential community with more than 25 units. It’s called “Savoy.” It will replace an already-existing venture erected in the 1960s.
New renderings have surfaced for The Fifth Miami Beach, a new 5-story Class A+ office building scheduled to start construction soon at 411 Michigan Avenue in the South of Fifth neighborhood of Miami Beach. Designed by renowned Spanish master architect Alberto Campo Baeza with award-winning firm Cube 3 as the executive architect and developed by a joint venture partnership between Sumaida + Khurana and Bizzi & Partners, the boutique commercial development will yield approximately 92,356 square feet, including nearly 60,000 square feet of office spaces featuring interiors by world-renowned architecture firm Gabellini Sheppard Associates. Urban Robot Associates is the landscape architect for the project, which is expected to complete construction in early 2024.
Immocorp Ventures has big plans for a mixed-use development in Palm Beach County, Florida. Per the South Florida Business Journal, the venture’s called “Northwood Square.”
222 (Namdar Towers), a two-towered 43-story mixed-use development planned for a 1.26-acre site at 222 Northeast 1st Avenue in Downtown Miami, is progressing through the construction permitting stage. Designed by Behar Font & Partners with De Los Reyes Engineering, Inc. as the structural engineer and developed by Great Neck, NY-based Namdar Group, the 448-foot-tall structures will have a combined 1,320,144 square feet of space, including 1,394 residential units, 7,984 square feet of ground floor commercial space, a parking garage for 336 vehicles, and racks for 1,394 bicycles. Witkin Hults + Partners is the landscape architect, TWR Engineers is the MEP engineer, and Grāef is the civil engineer. John Moriarty & Associates is listed as the general contractor.