Articles by Oscar Nunez

Construction Continues On Miami Worldcenter’s ‘Jewelry Box’ Retail Building On Block F-East

Construction is continuing on what is often referred to as the Jewelry Box, a multi-level retail building located on Block F (East) of the 27-acre Miami Worldcenter development in Downtown Miami. The structure is designed by NBWW Architects for Miami Worldcenter Associates, a partnership between Art Falcone, Nitin Motwani and the CIM Group. The building will yield 135,208 square feet of new construction, including 78,264 square feet of retail across the first two floors, and a usable rooftop space.

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The Okan Tower. Designed by Behar Font & Partners.

Plans For The 70-Story Okan Tower Appear To Be Back On Track In Downtown Miami

After a year and a half long hiatus or so, plans for the Okan Group’s mixed-use 70-story Okan Tower have resurfaced and appear to be back on track. In a recent article from Miami Today, the company’s CEO Kasim Badak is quoted saying the pandemic halted all operations, but that they are back in business and moving forward. Designed by Coral Gables-based Behar Font & Partners, the 902-foot-tall skyscraper was originally planned to include 293 Hilton Hotel rooms, 389 residential units, 64,000 square feet of Class-A office space and 2,915 square feet of retail space.

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9400 South Dadeland Boulevard. Designed by Nelson Architects.

Multi-Phase Mixed-Use Development Up To 25 Stories Proposed In Downtown Kendall

Dadeland Towers North Associate, LLC and Dade Metro, LLC have collectively submitted proposals to the Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources, requesting an Administrative Site Plan Review for a large scale multi-phase mixed-use development slated for Downtown Kendall. The proposal is comprised of 596 residential units, 405,456 square feet of office space and 962 parking spaces, planned to be built out in two phases on 8.3 acres of land at 9400 South Dadeland Boulevard. Philadelphia-based Nelson Worldwide is listed as the architect with Kimley-Horn as the civil engineer and landscape architect.

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Society Biscayne. Courtesy of ArX Solutions USA LLC.

Podium Level Glass Installation Surpasses The Halfway Mark At Society Biscayne

Glass façade installation at the podium levels has surpassed the halfway mark on Society Biscayne, a 49-story mixed-use skyscraper at 400 Biscayne Boulevard in Downtown Miami. Designed by Sieger Suarez Architects and developed by Property Markets Group in collaboration with Greybrook Realty Partners, the 571-foot-tall structure will comprise of approximately 1 million square feet of new construction, bringing a mixture residential units, office spaces, a church, ground floor retail and a parking garage, while offering panoramic views of Biscayne Bay and Downtown Miami. 

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Sales Launch For St. Pete’s Upcoming Tallest, The 46-Story ‘Residences At 400 Central’

Sales have officially launched for Residences at 400 Central, an upcoming 46-story luxury condominium tower planned for 400 Central Avenue in Downtown St. Petersburg. The building is anticipated to become both the tallest in the city and near Florida’s gulf coast, rising to approximately 515-feet over the Central Arts District. Award-winning architecture firm Arquitectonica is behind the curved design of the tower, while New York City-based Red Apple Real Estate, led by John Catsimatidis, is the developer. 400 Central will yields 301 coastal-modern residential units designed by Celano Design Studio featuring clear, unobstructed views of Tampa Bay and the Downtown skyline.

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