Corwil Architects

60-Story ‘Summit Brickell’ Gets FAA Clearance To Rise 765 Feet Above Ground

Summit Brickell, a planned mixed-use development at 1015 Southwest 1st Avenue in Miami’s Brickell neighborhood, has recently secured Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approval. Filed on April 5 and swiftly approved on May 21, the tower is approved to rise 765 feet above ground or 769 feet above sea level at its highest point. Designed by Corwil Architects and developed by Lore Development Group—a joint venture between Brazilian billionaire Daniel Dantas’ Opportunity investment firm and Leste Group—the 60-story structure will encompass a total floor area ratio (FAR) of 717,740 square feet. It will feature 500 residential units, 1,583 square feet of commercial space, and 500 parking spaces.

Read More



ANF Group, Inc. Tops Off Construction On ‘University Station’ In Hollywood, Florida

ANF Group, Inc., a full-service construction firm providing construction management, general contracting, development, and design-build services to the South Florida market, celebrated the topping out of University Station, a new $100 million mixed-use development in Hollywood, Florida. A true public-private partnership (P3) with the City of Hollywood, the development is leading multifamily developer Housing Trust Group’s largest to date and features workforce and affordable housing options, retail space, parking for public and private use, and a new home for Barry University’s College of Nursing and Health Services.

Read More


Fetching more...