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Nichols Architects-Designed 36-Story ‘Modera Riverside’ Tops Out At 300 SW 2nd Avenue In Downtown Miami

Nichols Architects-designed Modera Riverside has topped off in downtown Miami. As of Friday, January 26th, the 410-foot-tall structure reached its final height of 36 stories, positioning itself at the intersection of Brickell, Downtown Miami, and the burgeoning Miami River District. The residential tower boasts 428 apartments, offering a diverse range of living spaces from cozy studios to expansive three-bedroom units, catering to a broad spectrum of residents. Construction is expected to complete later this year.

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Terra Completes Construction On 78,000-Square-Foot Retail Complex ‘Doral Atrium’

Terra has finalized construction on Doral Atrium, a 78,000-square-foot retail space in the City of Doral. Concurrently, the firm has announced a 1,480-square-foot lease with TREMBLE Pilates Studio at the location. This marks TREMBLE’s eighth South Florida branch, adding to an expanding national presence. Located at the intersection of Doral Boulevard and 79th Avenue, Doral Atrium occupies 5.2 acres. Grycon served as the general contractor, alongside C&C Concrete Pumping as the concrete contractor, and Central Concrete Supermix provided concrete building materials.

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Mat Foundation Pour Complete For 42-Story Art House At 235 1st Avenue South In Downtown St. Petersburg

The primary mat foundation placement has been completed for Art House, a 42-story residential building under construction at 235 1st Avenue South in downtown St. Petersburg. Designed by SB Architects with interiors by ID & Design International and developed by Delray Beach-based Kolter Group, the 450-foot-tall structure will house 244 condominium units, 6,100 square feet of ground floor retail along Central Avenue and 3rd Street South, and a 482-space parking garage. Kimley-Horn is the landscape architect, Smith & Associates Real Estate exclusively handles sales, and United Landmark Associates handles marketing.

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