Articles by Oscar Nunez

Renaissance at The Gables. Designed by The Architects Group Inc.

Rennaisance At The Gables Proposed For 2340 Southwest 32nd Avenue In Coral Way, Miami

Miami-based developer RAB Builders LLC, led by Rolando Benitez and Tino Diaz, awaits approvals from the Urban Development Review Board for Renaissance at The Gables, an 8-story extended care facility proposed for 2340 Southwest 32nd Avenue in Coral Way, Miami. Designed by The Architects Group with Comas Design Group as the landscape architect, the structure would rise approximately 104-feet nestled in between Southwest 23rd Street and 23rd Terrace, occupying the entire western frontage on Southwest 32nd Avenue. The building is projected to yield 208,545 square feet of new construction including 269 residential units, a 3-story parking garage and an expansive zen passive recreational area for residents and staff.

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830 Brickell. Designed by Adrian Smith + Gordon Hill Architecture.

830 Brickell’s Glass Façade Installation And Vertical Ascent Continues Making Progress In Miami’s Financial District

Construction is steadily ascending at 830 Brickell, a 55-story Class-A office building in Brickell, Miami’s Financial District. Located on the southwest corner of Brickell Plaza (Southeast 1st Avenue) and Southeast 8th Street, the 650,000-square-foot tower is designed by acclaimed firm Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture with Revuelta Architecture International as the architect of record, and is being developed between OKO Group and Cain International. The reinforced concrete superstructure is projected to top out at 724-feet, and feature lavish interiors by Italian designer Iosa Ghini Associati. Civic Construction Company Inc. is the general contractor.

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3050 Aventura. Designed by Foster + Partners.

Safra National Bank Gets Approval For A 12-Story Inverted Pyramid Office Tower Designed By Foster + Partners

Safra National Bank is moving forward with their plans to develop 3050 Aventura, a 12-story office building slated for 3050 Northeast 199th Street in Aventura, Florida. The 200-foot-tall structure is designed by British architectural and engineering firm Foster + Partners with ODP Architecture & Design as the architect of record. The City of Aventura granted the bank approvals for the project, allowing for the redevelopment of the site that is currently improved with a 2-story building occupied by Safra. Plans for the new building call for the development of 113,650 square feet of office space along with two basement levels for parking.

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710 Edge Proposed As A 650-Foot-Tall Ultra-Luxury Mixed-Use Tower On The Edgewater Bayfront

Miami’s Urban Development Review Board (UDRB) will be reviewing proposals for 710 Edge, a 55-story ultra-luxury mixed-use building planned for 710 Northeast 29th Street right on Biscayne Bay in Edgewater, Miami. The tower is being developed by an entity named 710 Edge LLC, a collaborative effort between several prominent developers including Michael Konig, Alex Posth, Louis Birdman and Kevin Venger. ODP Architecture & Design is leading the design of the 650-foot-tall skyscraper, sharing a strong resemblance to the Zaha Hadid-designed 707-foot-tall One Thousand Museum on Biscayne Boulevard where the firm is listed as the architect of record. Plans call for 460,160 square feet of new construction between the tower and an attached garage, which includes 70 residential units, 13,037 square feet of commercial space and 160 parking spaces.

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Waldorf Astoria Miami Submitted To Urban Development Review Board And Unveils New Renderings

The highly anticipated Waldorf Astoria Hotel & Residences has been submitted to Miami’s Urban Development Review Board for approvals. With the application now made public, specific details and new renderings have been revealed for Miami’s first supertall skyscraper. New York City and Miami-based Property Markets Group and Canada-based Greybrook Realty Partners are planning on building a 93-story mixed-use building designed by Sieger Suarez Architects in collaboration with Carlos Ott. The tower would rise 1,036-feet, or 1,048-feet above sea level, and span 1,608,457 square feet across 9 glass offset cubes including 461 residential units, 205 hotel rooms, high-end amenities and 1,321 square feet for commercial uses; an adjacent structure of 431,862 square feet will built for 694 parking spaces.

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