Articles by Oscar Nunez

Barrington Brothers Break Ground On The Kavista At 495 NE 83rd Street In The Village Of El Portal

Barrington Brothers, managed by Arthur and Ken Barrington, have begun construction on The Kavista, a 8-story residential development at 495 Northeast 83rd Street in the historic Village of El Portal, located between Miami Shores and Little River in Miami-Dade County. Designed both on the exterior and interior by Modis Architects with Nielsen Landscape Architects handling landscape architecture, the $60 million development will offer one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments, and ground floor live-work units ranging from 559 to 1,133 square feet. ANF Group is the general contractor.

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Demolition Permits Issued To Make Way For 44-Story LOFTY Brickell At 99 SW 7th Street In Miami

Full demolition permits have been issued by the City of Miami for the removal of a 20,000-square-foot structure located at 99 Southwest 7th Street, at the intersection with Southwest 1st Street and South Miami Avenue in Brickell. The property, which spans just over 70,000 square feet, sits on the southern riverbank of the Miami River with over 100-feet of water frontage and will soon undergo preparations for the development of LOFTY Brickell, a 44-story residential building designed by Arquitectonica with landscape architecture by Urban Robot Associates for Newgard Development Group (Newgard). The project is planned to comprise 364 fully-finished and furnished residences with curated interiors by INC and 40,000 square feet of amenities, licensed for sharing and short-term rentals, estimated to rise 481-feet.

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Hyatt And Gencom Propose Redevelopment Of Hyatt Regency Miami With Mixed-Use Complex Of Three Towers

Leading global hospitality company Hyatt has teamed up with Miami-based luxury hospitality and residential developer Gencom to redevelop Downtown Miami’s iconic Hyatt Regency Miami at 400 Southeast 2nd Avenue, with the goal of making improvements in and out of the urban core, and activating a key piece of Miami’s riverfront. Designed by Miami-based Arquitectonica, plans for the site include three towers offering residents and hotel guests panoramic views of Downtown Miami and Biscayne Bay. Towers one and two would rise 61-stories and include 682 multifamily apartments, a 615-room Hyatt Regency with over 100,000 square feet of meeting space, and 264 serviced apartments; the towers would be linked at the top by a Skybridge featuring an upscale destination restaurant and lounge perched 700 feet over the city. Tower three would become one of the tallest buildings in South Florida rising 1,049-feet, anticipated to include 860 residential apartments.

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JDS Development And Major Food Group Unveil Scale Model Of Mixed-Use Supertall ‘Major’

A scale model was revealed at a recent event hosted by developers JDS Development Group (JDS) and Major Food Group (MFG) for Major, an 82-story, 1,049-foot supertall skyscraper being planned for a 0.52-acre site at 888 Brickell Avenue. The image, spotted by YIMBY on the instagram stories of both JDS and Major, gives us a bit more insight on preliminary architectural details and color pallets of the design from Studio Sofield and ODP Architecture & Design. The developers have already applied for building permits from the Federal Aviation Administration and are nearing approvals for plans submitted to Miami-Dade County. The project would comprise 259 condominium units, 50,490 square feet of space for food and beverage and 250 stacked parking spaces via a car elevator.

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Woodfield Investments Proposes 41-Story Mixed-Use Tower In Downtown Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale’s Development Review Committee will review site plans for a new construction 41-story mixed-use building at 520 West Broward Boulevard. The 0.79-acre property is located in the Sailboat Bend neighborhood within the City’s Downtown Core, nestled in between Southwest 5th and 6th Avenues south of West Broward Boulevard. Designed by West Palm Beach-based Spina O’Rourke + Partners with EDSA as the landscape architect and developed by Virginia-based Woodfield Investments LLC, the project comprises of 365 residential units, 2,500 square feet of ground level commercial space, an amenity deck with 53,165 square feet of space and 444 parking spaces. Flynn Engineering is onboard as the civil engineer along with Maser Consulting as the surveyor and Lighting Dynamics Inc. for lighting purposes.

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