Miami-Dade County

MSC Cruises And Fincantieri Infrastructure Break Ground On Future Flagship Terminal At PortMiami

Swiss-Italian global cruise line MSC Cruises and Italian shipbuilding company Fincantieri Infrastructure recently broke ground at PortMiami on North America’s upcoming largest cruise terminal capable of berthing three next‐generation cruise ships simultaneously and turning around 36,000 passengers a day. Located at the eastern most end of Dodge Island, along Port Boulevard, the new 4‐story, 492,000-square-foot, state‐of‐the‐art terminal will become an instant architectural wonder and Miami landmark. Designed by Miami‐based Arquitectonica led by visionary Bernardo Fort-Brescia, the terminal projects a powerful wave-like, flowing profile that takes advantage of the length of the site.

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Fortune International Group And Château Group Announce The St. Regis Residences In Sunny Isles Beach

Fortune International Group and Château Group have officially announced the highly-anticipated St. Regis Residences in Sunny Isles Beach, an oceanfront ultra-luxury residential development comprised of two standalone 62-story towers planned to rise at 18801 Collins Avenue. Designed by global architecture firm Arquitectonica with interiors by São Paulo-based Anastassiadis and landscaping by EDSA, the development will be situated on 435 linear feet of waterfront property with panoramic views of both the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway. The South Tower will be the first to enter the market with 194 residences ranging from two-to-four bedrooms and including penthouses. With development sales that have consistently outpaced the rest of the area’s ultra-luxury condominium market, the project is yet another success story from the renowned partnership of Fortune International Group and Château Group.

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ODP Architecture & Design Releases Updated Renderings Of Planned Supertall At One Bayfront Plaza

ODP Architecture & Design has released new renderings of One Bayfront Plaza, a planned mixed-use supertall skyscraper projected to rise well over 1,000-feet at 100 South Biscayne Boulevard in Downtown Miami. The renderings were first spotted on the architects official website, listed as an ‘on-going’ 2,015,457-square-foot building of mixed-uses, meaning the design may not final just yet. Nonetheless, the new design is a major update from the previous iteration from Kohn Pedersen Fox approved in 2017. The 2.26-acre property is owned by Northwestern Capital Corporation, an affiliate of Florida East Coast Realty led by Tibor Hollo, who developed Miami’s current tallest building – the 868-foot-tall Panorama Tower. The new building will rise from the site of an existing 19-story, 530,000-square-foot office tower, built in 1958. The developer plans to demolish the structure, but demolition permits have yet to be filed for the site.

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