Miami Riverbridge Gains Unanimous Approval from City of Miami Urban Development Review Board

The redevelopment plans for Downtown Miami’s Hyatt Regency site have received unanimous approval from the City of Miami Urban Development Review Board. The updated project plans for Miami Riverbridge, presented by Hyatt Hotels Corporation and Miami’s Gencom under HRM Owner, LLC, were approved without any conditions at the board hearing. Construction is expected to begin in 2026, with an anticipated opening in 2030.

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Plans Submitted for Grove Village Bimini Block Project in Coconut Grove

Grove Bimini Nassau QOZB, LLC, managed by Sankesh Abbhi of Miami-based private equity firm Abbhi Capital, has submitted plans for the Grove Village Bimini Block Project to the City of Miami’s Urban Development Review Board (UDRB). The proposed project, encompassing the addresses 3410 and 3428 Hibiscus St, 3509/3521/3547/3551/3559/3575 and 3587 Thomas Avenue, and 3520/3522/3530/3560 and 3574 Grand Avenue in Miami, aims to modify the existing Major Use Special Permit (MUSP) approved by the City of Miami Commission in 2011. The UDRB is scheduled to review this submittal today.

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Three-Tower Development ‘Miami Riverbridge’ in Downtown Miami Submitted for UDRB Review

Hyatt Hotels Corporation and Miami’s Gencom, under the HRM Owner, LLC, have submitted plans for Miami Riverbridge to the City of Miami’s Urban Development Review Board (UDRB). The proposed development, located at 298, 300, 330, and 400 SE 2 Avenue, aims to transform the current site of the James L. Knight Center, the Miami Convention Center, the Miami Conference Center, and the Hyatt Regency Hotel into a cohesive mixed-use complex.

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Sale of Miami Beach Property Paves Way for New Hotel Development on Washington Avenue

Keyah Real Estate Group, led by Xaver Kriechbaum and Gavin Crescenzo, has acquired a mixed-use property in Miami Beach for $20 million with plans to develop a seven-story, 238-key hotel on Washington Avenue. The project, designed by Miami-based Arquitectonica, involves demolishing the existing single-story retail building and a 13-unit apartment building at 1509 and 1515 Washington Avenue.

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31-Story Midtown 7 Gets FAA Approval To Rise 352 Feet Above Ground In Midtown Miami

Midtown 7, a 31-story mixed-use building planned at  3001 Northeast 1st Avenue in Midtown Miami, has recently received height approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and is progressing in the permitting process. According to a determination letter issued on May 22, the tower is approved to rise to a maximum height of 352 feet above ground, or 367 feet above sea level. The FAA letter lists the developer as PPF AMLI 3001 NE 1st Avenue, LLC, an affiliate of AMLI Residential.

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