Miami-Dade County Planners To Review Plans For 36-Story ‘Block 45’ Development In The Overtown District

Atlantic Pacific Communities has filed an application for an Administrative Site Plan Review (ASPR) with Miami-Dade County in connection to Block 45, a 36-story transit oriented mixed-use building planned for a vacant 1.89-acre development site addressed as 152 Northwest 8th Street in Miami’s Overtown district. The project already has a handful of approvals from several governing bodies including a final site plan approval from the City of Miami and FAA approvals for a 395-foot-tall structure. Block 45 is designed by Corwil Architects with Architectural Alliance Landscape as the landscape architect and Kimley-Horn as the civil engineer. Plans for the tower include 616 residential units, of which 98 are micro units, 24,865 square feet of retail and 605 parking spaces.

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Two Roads Plans Redevelopment Of Biscayne 21 Property With Three 649-Foot-Tall Residential Skyscrapers

Two Roads Development (Two Roads), the developer behind a multitude of successful large scale residential projects in South Florida including the 57-story Elysee Miami and the 52-story Biscayne Beach towers, has unveiled several details on their plans to redevelop a massive 149,000-square-foot bay front property in Edgewater. Poised to become their third development in the neighborhood, the firm is undertaking an ambitious effort to erect three mammoth luxury residential skyscrapers at 2121 North Bayshore Drive. The property is currently improved with the aging 11-story Biscayne 21 Condominium, completed in 1964, and is set to be replaced by structures reaching the maximum allowed FAA height of 649-feet.

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Lotus House Plans $20 Million Expansion With New 75,000-Square-Foot ‘Children’s Village’ Facility

Lotus House, a nonprofit shelter in Miami’s historic Overtown district, is growing its suite of supportive services with the creation of a “Children’s Village” designed by Behar Font & Partners that will feature deeper educational supports and programming for children and youth of all ages, community support facilities, therapeutic and social services, and a long awaited playground. The Children’s Village will also serve as home to other community-based nonprofits, offering an array of resources and programming for children and youth and their families in Overtown and surrounding neighborhoods.

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