Biscayne Bay

Developer Seeks Shoreline Approval For 30-Story Mixed-Use Tower At 1755 Kennedy Causeway In North Bay Village

B Developments under the LGE NBV, LLC filed an application with Miami-Dade County for a shoreline review at 1755 Kennedy Causeway in North Bay Village. The developer is planning a 340-foot-tall mixed-use building designed by Arquitectonica that would stand 30 stories and directly front Biscayne Bay. Plans calls for 473,252 square feet of space including 201 residential units with 32,654 square feet of amenities, a 19,455-square-foot space for a restaurant with a waterfront terrace, a 1,860-square-foot juice bar/coffee bar on the ground floor, 52,358 square feet of office space and a parking structure incorporated into the podium with 408 parking spaces. ArquitectonicaGEO is the landscape architect with Kimley-Horn as the civil engineer.

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Helm Equities Reveals $300 Million Plan For Parterre 42, The First COOKFOX-Designed Tower In South Florida

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.

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Hyatt And Gencom Propose Redevelopment Of Hyatt Regency Miami With Mixed-Use Complex Of Three Towers

Leading global hospitality company Hyatt has teamed up with Miami-based luxury hospitality and residential developer Gencom to redevelop Downtown Miami’s iconic Hyatt Regency Miami at 400 Southeast 2nd Avenue, with the goal of making improvements in and out of the urban core, and activating a key piece of Miami’s riverfront. Designed by Miami-based Arquitectonica, plans for the site include three towers offering residents and hotel guests panoramic views of Downtown Miami and Biscayne Bay. Towers one and two would rise 61-stories and include 682 multifamily apartments, a 615-room Hyatt Regency with over 100,000 square feet of meeting space, and 264 serviced apartments; the towers would be linked at the top by a Skybridge featuring an upscale destination restaurant and lounge perched 700 feet over the city. Tower three would become one of the tallest buildings in South Florida rising 1,049-feet, anticipated to include 860 residential apartments.

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