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.
Coral Gables-based Codina Partners is seeking approvals from the city’s Development Review Committee (DRC) for Regency Residences, an 18-story mixed-use luxury high rise building slated to rise at 2601 Salzedo Street in the Central Business District. The structure would rise on a 74,000-square-foot piece of property, nestled in between Almeria Street and Valencia Street, near Coral Gables’ Miracle Mile along Coral Way. NBWW Architects is leading the design of the project, anticipated to yield nearly 330,000 square feet of real estate including 175 residential units, a 4,050-square-foot restaurant venue and 389 parking spaces.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has approved the heights of two towers collectively known as 317 North Federal Highway, a large scale mixed-use project planned to rise in the heart of Downtown Fort Lauderdale. The FAA has determined the structures may rise 472-feet and 500-feet above sea level as they will not have any substantial adverse effects on the navigable airspace. The development will give way to a pair of rental towers yielding over 700 units of 42 and 45 stories designed by NBWW Architects and developed by Nitin and Dev Motwani’s Merrimac Ventures.
Developer Florida East Coast Industries, the powerhouse behind the 9-acre MiamiCentral mixed-use complex, has listed the ParkLine Miami for $500 Million. Addressed as 100 and 400 Northwest 1st Avenue, the pair of iconic towers rise 44 (North Tower) and 47 stories (South Tower) and are comprised of 816-luxury residential units. Designed by Coral Gables-based NBWW Architects, the two ParkLine towers are part of a greater master-plan adjacent to 2 and 3 MiamiCentral, 285,000 SF of Class A office towers, and over 160,000 SF of retail. ParkLine Miami is the largest, single multifamily asset in the Southeastern US to be listed for sale to date.
The Federal Aviation Administration has received an application requesting approvals for the construction of a 413-foot-tall structure as well as two tower cranes of 588-feet and 531-feet at the site of the planned 428-unit Nexus Riverside…