As South Florida’s construction boom continues to advance, developers are becoming more and more creative in their product offerings, incorporating notable brands with world-class design from the most renown architectural firms, exclusive amenities, lavish custom interiors from the most prestigious interior design firms, and most importantly – desirable locations with pristine views. In this article, YIMBY will look into four highly awaited, skyline-altering projects expected to break ground in the near future.
ODP Architecture & Design
A utilities deal for water and sewer connections has been signed with the City of Miami for 710 Edge, a 55-story ultra-luxury residential high rise planned for 710 Northeast 29th Street in Edgewater, Miami. Designed by ODP Architecture & Design and developed by 710 Edge LLC – a joint venture partnership between One Thousand Museum developers Kevin Venger, Louis Birdman, Michael Konig, and real estate developer Alex Posth, the newly signed deal includes connections for 100 residential units and 31,418 square feet of retail. The developers executed the deal on August 28, 2022.
Helm Equities, a progressive real estate development, investment and management organization based in New York City and affiliate of New York City-based JEMB Realty Corporation, recently announced plans for the $300 million development of Parterre 42, a 500,000-square-foot office and retail building in the heart of the Miami Design District. Designed by New York City’s award-winning COOKFOX Architects, experts in biophilic design, along with ODP Architecture & Design as the architect of record, Parterre 42 introduces Miami’s first seamless indoor-outdoor working experience. With more than 80,000 square feet of functional outdoor space dispersed across all floors of the building, providing both private terraces and shared outdoor experiences, overflowing with lush greenery, Parterre 42 will redefine what is possible in a Miami office experience.
New York and Miami real estate developer JDS Development Group (JDS) announced that it has secured an $86,000,000 acquisition and construction loan from New York-based Maxim Capital Group for 1 Southside Park, a two-towered 64-story block-sized mixed-use development underway in Brickell, Miami. This transformative project is designed by a world-class design team from SHoP Architects with ODP Architecture & Design as the architect of record, residential interiors by Krista Ninivaggi of Woods Baggot, hotel interior design by Rockwell Group and landscaping by James Corner Field Operations. 1 Southside Park will comprise 1,175 residential rental units, 190,000 square feet of premier office space, a 200-key Treehouse Hotel, 10,000 square feet of retail space, and 1,400 parking spaces.
Permit applications have been filed with the Federal Aviation Administration for three tower cranes at the development site for Nema Miami, a 39-story mixed-use project in the works at 2900 Biscayne Boulevard in Edgewater, Miami. The development is the first of two phases being administered by Miami-based developer Crescent Heights, which is expected to yield nearly 943,000 square feet of space including 588 apartments, over 50,000 square feet of commercial space anchored by Whole Foods, and as many as 748 parking spots within a 428-foot-tall building. Nema Miami is designed by Arquitectonica with ODP Architecture & Design as the architect of record and New York-based Rockwell Group is handling interiors.