One Thousand Group, the developers behind the illustrious One Thousand Museum and the highly anticipated Villa Miami, led by principals Louis Birdman, Michael Konig, and Kevin Venger, have submitted plans for a 47-story, 635-foot-tall Class-A ultra-luxury office tower to the City of Miami. The tower is designed by the renowned architectural firm Kohn Pederson Fox (KPF), headquartered in New York City, known globally for its expertise in designing office towers, including iconic structures like One Vanderbilt, 10, 30 & 55 Hudson Yards in NYC. Florida-based ODP Architecture & Design is serving as the Architect of Record for the project. The plans were filed by Tower 36, LLC, an affiliate of One Thousand Group. The project is currently referred to as Tower 36 and is scheduled for review by Miami’s Urban Development Review Board on Wednesday, October 18th.
Demolition permits have been issued for the 26,946-square-foot building at 1016 Northeast 2nd Avenue, the eastern parcel of Miami Worldcenter’s Block A. The building, which formerly served as the sales center for the Paramount Miami Worldcenter, is set to be completely razed to pave the way for an ambitious new development. TNG MWC LLC, an affiliate of the New York-based Naftali Group (Naftali), is spearheading the transformation of the 90,827-square-foot property and plans to erect a 65-story mixed-use tower on the site
The Town Council of Davie, Florida, unanimously approved the largest multifamily project in its history on Wednesday, April 19. The groundbreaking development, The District in Davie, collaborates with esteemed developer El-Ad National Properties, a subsidiary of Elad Group, acclaimed architecture firm Cooper Carry, and renowned landscape architect EDSA. Located at 4801–4999 S. State Road 7, this 2.8 million-square-foot development will feature rental residential apartments and commercial spaces.
Demolition permits are now in motion for a commercial building formerly serving as the sales center for Paramount Miami Worldcenter. Situated at 1016 Northeast 2nd Avenue, also recognized as the eastern parcel of Miami Worldcenter’s Block A, the demolition project encompasses removing a 26,946-square-foot structure, initially constructed in 1958 and expanded through 1981. The 90,827-square-foot property is poised for transformation. TNG MWC LLC, an affiliate of the New York-based Naftali Group (Naftali), is listed as the applicant of record, with plans to develop a 65-story mixed-use tower on the site.
Renderings have emerged for 1016 Northeast 2nd Avenue, a proposed 65-story mixed-use skyscraper within the eastern section of Miami Worldcenter Block A in downtown Miami. Designed by Arquitectonica with Kimley-Horn as the civil engineer and EDSA as the landscape architect and developed by Naftali Group, a global real estate development and investment firm based in New York, the 700-foot-tall structure would yield 1,288,063 square feet of space, including 786 residential units, nearly 36,000 square feet of amenities, 3,611 square feet of ground-floor retail space, and 591 parking spaces. The 1.02-acre site, flanked by Northeast 10th and 11th Streets to the south and north and Northeast 2nd Avenue to the east, is situated adjacent to the elevated platform of the Eleventh Street Metromover Station. The developer is currently pursuing approval for the project, which is set to be reviewed by Miami’s Urban Development Review Board (UDRB) on April 19, 2023.