A permit application for vertical construction has been filed for EDITION Residences, a 56-story bayfront luxury condominium building poised to rise at 2121 North Bayshore Drive in Edgewater, Miami. Designed by Arquitectonica and featuring acclaimed interiors by Studio Munge, the striking 649-foot-tall sleek glass tower will house bespoke condominium units and will boast over 800 linear feet of bay frontage, embodying the distinctive quality of design, services, and amenities synonymous with the EDITION brand. TRD BISCAYNE LLC, an affiliate of Two Roads Development, is named the applicant, with Coastal Construction as the general contractor.
Following a recent City Commission meeting, Miami-based real estate development firms Constellation Group and The Boschetti Group have announced the approval of their latest landmark project, 4241 Aurora. This Mediterranean-style mixed-use development, designed by the world-renowned Arquitectonica, is located at 4241 Aurora Street within the Design and Innovation District of Coral Gables. This significant milestone marks the culmination of a rigorous approval process. It heralds a new era of convenient, mixed-use living in the heart of Merrick Park, Coral Gables’ premier shopping and entertainment district.
National real estate development firm Continuum Company, in partnership with Aksoy Holdings, the Turkish developer behind The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Bodrum, has unveiled the Continuum Club & Residences. This new luxury bayfront condominium is in Miami’s North Bay Village and is set to rise at 1755 79th Street Causeway. The project marks the introduction of Continuum 2.0 – the second-ever Continuum branded residence. It is the latest addition to the Miami portfolio of visionary developer Ian Bruce Eichner, recognized in South Florida for his influential role in developing the iconic Continuum South Beach and transforming the South of Fifth neighborhood.
A filing with the Federal Aviation Administration on November 21 has revealed that Hudson Yards developer Related Companies has applied for building permits for their new office project in West Palm Beach. Named the East and West Towers, this project will be located at 550 South Rosemary Avenue, signaling a significant step towards developing the 1-million-square-foot complex and continuing Related’s trend of expanding its office portfolio in the evolving intracoastal city. The permit details include the East Tower reaching 345 feet above ground, or 366 feet above mean sea level, while the West Tower is planned to rise 335 feet above ground, or 356 feet above mean sea level. If approved, both towers would be among the tallest in West Palm Beach. The East and West Towers are part of Related’s redevelopment within the mixed-use project The Square, formerly Rosemary Square.
Miami’s Urban Development Review Board has issued approval for 2900 Terrace, a new 38-story mixed-use development slated for 401 Northeast 29th Terrace in the Edgewater neighborhood. This 380-foot-tall project is a collaboration between LNDMRK Development and Oak Row Equities, with design by the renowned architectural firm Arquitectonica. The development is anticipated to encompass 629,829 square feet, including 324 residential units, 22,354 square feet designated for office use, 13,108 square feet for commercial use, and 515 parking spaces. Construction is expected to be completed in 2026.