ODP Architecture & Design

UDRB Approves Updated Design For ODP Architects’ 12-Story Mixed-Use Development At 7737 NE 2nd Avenue In Miami

Miami’s Urban Development Review Board has unanimously approved 7737 Northeast 2nd Avenue, an unnamed 12-story mixed-use development in the city’s Little River neighborhood. Designed by ODP Architecture & Design, with Kimley-Horn serving as both the landscape architect and civil engineer, and developed by Little River Cedar Property Owner, LLC, an affiliate of Chicago-based developer Cedar Street, the 159-foot-tall structure will contain over 200,000 square feet of floor area. This space will include 188 residential units, approximately 7,668 square feet of ground-floor retail space, and 289 on-site parking spaces. Osborn Engineering is the structural and MEP engineer, while SLS Consulting is the life safety consultant.

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New Renderings Reveal Changes To Facade For HUB Miami At 525 NW 2nd Avenue In Downtown Miami

Updated renderings have been revealed for HUB Miami, a 41-story mixed-use building at 525 Northwest 2nd Avenue in Downtown Miami. Designed by ODP Architecture & Design with interiors by One Line Design Studio, and developed by a joint venture between The John Buck Company, Florida Value Partners, BH Group, and PEBB Enterprises, the 523-foot-tall structure will span approximately 727,726 square feet of space, including 306 condominium units, 245,000 square feet of Class-A office space, over 7,000 square feet of retail, and a 6-story parking garage integrated into the podium. NW MIAMI OWNER LLC is listed as the owner of the property and applicant for construction permits, and Coastal Construction is the general contractor.

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FAA Permits Filed For Related’s ‘East’ And ‘West’ Office Towers At 550 S. Rosemary Avenue In West Palm Beach

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.

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Florida East Coast Realty Seeks Demolition Permit for 19-Story Building, Paving Path for One Bayfront Plaza Supertall

A total demolition permit application has been filed for the future One Bayfront Plaza site, a proposed 92-story supertall skyscraper designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox with ODP Architecture & Design as the architect of record at 100 South Biscayne Boulevard in Downtown Miami. The filing, dated November 15, outlines plans for the demolition of 535,000 square feet at an estimated cost of $2.4 million. B2 Group is the contractor associated with the demolition, while Jerome Hollo from Florida East Coast Realty is the listed contact.

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Design Unveiled For Slender 59-Story Tower ‘Two Riverside’ At 99 SW 7th Street In Brickell

A recent submission of site plans to Miami’s Urban Development Review Board has revealed the design for Two Riverside, a proposed 59-story mixed-use skyscraper at 99 Southwest 7th Street in Brickell. The design, created by Brandow Haw Architecture with ODP Architecture & Design as the architect of record and developed by Newgard Group, showcases a slender, 730-foot-tall structure. It is set to offer approximately 520,631 square feet of space, encompassing 271,605 square feet of residential area across 169 units and 1,090 square feet dedicated to ground-floor retail. The adjacent One Riverside project will provide the necessary vehicle and bike parking, where Newgard Group is also developing two other towers, including the 44-story Lofty Brickell. The proposal is scheduled for review on November 15.

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