Mixed Use


Final Touches Underway For Moinian Group’s 43-Story Bezel At Miami Worldcenter

The final touches are underway at Bezel, a 43-story mixed-use building located within the 27-acre Miami Worldcenter Complex in Downtown Miami’s Park West district. Designed by Stantec and developed by New York City-based Moinian Group in collaboration with ZOM Living, the  493-foot-tall structure nears completion, addressed as 650 Northeast 2nd Avenue and yielding 434 residential units with ground floor commercial space. The project is scheduled to open to residents on December 15th as leasing efforts are well underway.

Read More

A 15-Story Mixed-Use Development With 260 Units Is Proposed Near Downtown St. Petersburg

The Development Review Commission of St. Petersburg is scheduled to review a proposal for Tuxedo Court, a 15-story mixed-use building projected to rise on the northeast corner of 4th Avenue South and 8th Street South near the Downtown area. The 180-foot-tall structure is designed by Kansas-based LK Architecture and being developed by White/Peterman Properties Inc., and would yield 260 residential units across two contemporary towers, and 2,700 square feet of ground floor retail. Although still subject to change, the property is currently addressed as 720 Charles Court South.

Read More


Demolition Permits Filed For Newgard Development Group’s Lofty Brickell Site At 99 SW 7th Street

Miami’s Department of Buildings has received an application for demolition permits from Newgard Development Group for 99 Southwest 7th Street in Brickell, where the developer is planning to build three towers. The interior lot sits across the street from Brickell City Centre, spans over 70,000 square feet, and is currently improved with a 20,00-square-foot commercial structure. Little detail is known of the project as a whole, but we do know the first of the three towers will be known as Lofty Brickell, a 35-story mixed-use building containing branded condos, high-end apartments and a hotel. The structure would rise approximately nearly 400-feet over the Miami River and feature designs from Arquitectonica. 

Read More

Fetching more...