Foundation permits have been filed for Waldorf Astoria Hotel & Residences, the city’s first supertall skyscraper planned to rise nearly 100 stories and approximately 1,049-feet at 300 Biscayne Boulevard in Downtown Miami. The filing lists New York City and Miami-based Property Markets Group as the applicant, who is developing the mixed-use tower with Canada-based Greybrook Realty Partners. The application was submitted on October 27th, indicating there is to be site and soil improvements on several lots totaling 43,791 square feet with Keller North America listed as the contractor at the cost of $5,165,000.
Eden at Crystal Lake (also called Eden Crystal Lake in some sources) is undergoing construction in Port Orange, FL. The $47 million luxury residential complex began construction in March 2021.
Ocean Delray is a luxury housing complex coming to Palm Beach County, FL. The development comprises 19 “boutique residences” divided among five low-rise buildings.
The developer behind two of St. Petersburg tallest towers, the 41-story One St. Petersburg and the under construction 35-story Saltaire, has announced plans to develop yet another project that is to fall within the ranks of the city’s tallest. Delray Beach-based Kolter Group is proposing a 41-story mixed-use building nearby at 200 Central Avenue, designed by SB Architects, the same architect that designed the aforementioned developments. The structure is projected to rise 450-feet, topped with a 30-foot-tall decorative crown, and yield 248 residential units, 6,100 square feet of ground floor retail, and 482 parking spaces.
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.