Mixed Use

Fortune International Group Files Plans For 76-Story Ora by Casa Tua At 1210 Brickell Avenue In Miami

Plans have been filed for Ora by Casa Tua, a 76-story mixed-use skyscraper at 1210 Brickell Avenue in Miami’s financial district. Designed by the renowned architectural firm Arquitectonica and developed by Fortune International Group, newly revealed renderings reveal the uniquely shaped structure, which aims to rise 930 feet and feature 540 residential units, 53,841 square feet of office space, 24,260 square feet of commercial space, 955 car parking spaces, and 1,980 bike parking spaces.  A 7-story parking garage at the 1.06-acre site will be demolished to make way for the new tower, located at the confluence between South Miami Avenue and Brickell Plaza with Southeast 13th Street.

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Developers File Demolition Permits For Sentral Brickell Site At 130 SW 8th Street In Miami

Demolition permits have been filed for a 1.15-acre site along Southwest 1st Avenue between Southwest 8th and 9th Streets in Brickell, Miami, where a dual-tower mixed-use development named Sentral Brickell is planned Designed by Sieger Suarez Architects, the project is being developed by a collaboration between developer Property Markets Group (PMG) and prop-tech firm Sentral. The north tower of Sentral Brickell is expected to rise 43 stories, reaching a height of 480 feet, while the south tower is planned to be slightly shorter at 31 stories and 360 feet tall. BG Group LLC has been named as the contractor for the demolition scope.

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FAA Approves Height For Planned Towers At 700 North Miami Avenue In Miami Worldcenter

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has given the green light for a significant mixed-use development project at 700 North Miami Avenue at Miami Worldcenter, the former site of the Miami Arena, and canceled Marriott Marquis Miami Worldcenter Hotel & Expo Center. Designed by Kobi Karp Architects with Kimley-Horn as the traffic engineer and developed by an affiliate of New York-based Witkoff Group and Chicago-based Monroe Capital, the development is planned to yield nearly 3.4 million square feet of space across three towers spanning as many as 57 stories.

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