A filing with the Federal Aviation Administration on November 21 has revealed that Hudson Yards developer Related Companies has applied for building permits for their new office project in West Palm Beach. Named the East and West Towers, this project will be located at 550 South Rosemary Avenue, signaling a significant step towards developing the 1-million-square-foot complex and continuing Related’s trend of expanding its office portfolio in the evolving intracoastal city. The permit details include the East Tower reaching 345 feet above ground, or 366 feet above mean sea level, while the West Tower is planned to rise 335 feet above ground, or 356 feet above mean sea level. If approved, both towers would be among the tallest in West Palm Beach. The East and West Towers are part of Related’s redevelopment within the mixed-use project The Square, formerly Rosemary Square.
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A total demolition permit application has been filed for the future One Bayfront Plaza site, a proposed 92-story supertall skyscraper designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox with ODP Architecture & Design as the architect of record at 100 South Biscayne Boulevard in Downtown Miami. The filing, dated November 15, outlines plans for the demolition of 535,000 square feet at an estimated cost of $2.4 million. B2 Group is the contractor associated with the demolition, while Jerome Hollo from Florida East Coast Realty is the listed contact.
In a significant advancement for One Island Drive, an affiliate of Swire Properties has successfully finalized a utility agreement with Miami Dade County for water and sewer connections. This pivotal move clears the path for the continued evolution of this remarkable development on Brickell Key, located at 500 Brickell Key Drive. According to the terms in the agreement dated October 5, the initial development phase will include 6,500 square feet of prime office space, which is earmarked for a dedicated sales center. The subsequent phase is designed to seamlessly incorporate a diverse array of 289 residential units, a complement of 179 hotel rooms, and a sprawling 28,054 square feet of space exclusively allocated for a full-service restaurant. Henry Bott signed the agreement, representing the developing entities, Swire Brickell Key Hotel, Ltd. and Swire Jadeco LLC.
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.
Swire Properties has achieved a crucial milestone with the approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for their ambitious two-tower development on Brickell Key in Miami. This significant achievement paves the way for Swire Properties to proceed confidently with its visionary project, known as One Island Drive. The development promises to be an architectural marvel, boasting designs from the prestigious firm Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates. Adding to its allure, the project will feature exquisite residential interiors crafted by renowned Parisian designer Tristan Auer, while the hotel interiors will be brought to life by the esteemed Parisian designer Laura Gonzalez. Leading the landscape architecture will be the acclaimed Thai firm Shma. With this exceptional team of design professionals, One Island Drive is poised to become an extraordinary embodiment of artistry and elegance in the heart of Miami.