Miami

Demolition Permits Filed For Newgard Development Group’s Lofty Brickell Site At 99 SW 7th Street

Miami’s Department of Buildings has received an application for demolition permits from Newgard Development Group for 99 Southwest 7th Street in Brickell, where the developer is planning to build three towers. The interior lot sits across the street from Brickell City Centre, spans over 70,000 square feet, and is currently improved with a 20,00-square-foot commercial structure. Little detail is known of the project as a whole, but we do know the first of the three towers will be known as Lofty Brickell, a 35-story mixed-use building containing branded condos, high-end apartments and a hotel. The structure would rise approximately nearly 400-feet over the Miami River and feature designs from Arquitectonica. 

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1 Southside Park. Designed by SHoP Architects.

Site Work Is Underway At JDS Development Group’s 64-Story 1 Southside Park

Sitework is underway at 1 Southside Park, a 64-story mixed-use mega project planned for 191 Southwest 12th Street in West Brickell. Designed by New York City-based SHoP Architects with ODP Architecture & Design as the architect of record and being developed by JDS Development Group, the project is expected to give way to two 773-foot-tall joint towers yielding over 1,100 multifamily units, nearly 200,000 square feet of Class A office space, a 189-key Treehouse Hotel, several high-end amenities and a 32,000-square-foot fire house. James Corner Field Operations is listed as the landscape architect.

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Neology Life Development Group Breaks Ground On Their 14-Story ‘The Julia’ Residential Tower In Allapattah

Neology Life Development Group, led by real estate developer Lissette Calderon, has broken ground on The Julia, a 14-story mixed-use building set to rise at 1625 Northwest 20th Street in Allapattah. Designed by Coral Gables-based Behar Font & Partners, the new structure will soon go vertical on a 73,442-square-foot interior lot nestled in between Northwest 15th and 17th Avenues, with Northwest 21st Street on the north. The project is named after Miami’s founder, Julia Tuttle, and is planned to yield approximately 426,000 square feet of new construction including 323 residential units, 15,000 square feet of ground floor retail, and 336 parking spaces.

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Miami Station (UDRB Jan. 2021). Designed by ODP Architecture & Design.

Demolition Set To Begin Soon At The Site Of The Upcoming 41-Story Miami Station Tower

Demolition is set to begin on an un unfinished concrete parking garage at the site of the upcoming Miami Station, a 41-story mixed-use tower planned for 525 Northwest 2nd Avenue in Miami’s Overtown District. According to a recent publication on The Next Miami, the Related Group filed a notice of commencement on October 20th stating they will begin to demolish the structure, remnants of the former Krystal Tower that halted construction due to the Great Recession of 2008. BG Group is listed as the demolition contractor for the Miami Station development site. 

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