ODP Architecture & Design

Site Acquired for 45-Story Residential Tower ‘First & Fifth’ at 49 NW 5th Street in Downtown Miami

Oak Row Equities has acquired 49 Northwest 5th Street in Downtown Miami, where it plans to develop First & Fifth, a 45-story multifamily tower. The site was purchased off-market for $38.5 million with seller financing and is located across from MiamiCentral Station, the hub for South Florida’s major train systems. The 700,000-square-foot tower is being designed by ODP Architecture & Design, drawing inspiration from Miami’s turn-of-the-century Venetian architecture while incorporating modern amenities. Colliers Executive Managing Director Mika Mattingly, Senior Associate Cecilia Estevez of the South Florida Urban Core Team, and Vincent Pastore of Pastore and Associates represented the seller in the transaction.

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Miami-Dade County Reviewing Proposal For 23-Story Babylon Racquet Club At 240 SE 14th Street In Brickell, Miami

Bay Racket Club, LLC, led by William Jacome and Orlando Medellin, has submitted a pre-application for developing the Babylon Racquet Club, a 23-story mixed-use building planned at 240 Southeast 14th Street in Brickell, Miami. Positioned on a pie-shaped lot approximately 19,164 square feet (0.439 acres) in size, where SE 14th Street meets Brickell Bay Drive along Biscayne Bay, the project is designed to become downtown Miami’s premier racket sports and health/wellness center. The building aims to serve as a central recreational hub featuring indoor sports courts, a gym, a wellness center, dining facilities, hotel accommodations, and residential units. Rotterdam-based MVRDV is the design architect, with ODP Architecture & Design acting as the architect of record. The pre-application was filed on April 24 and is progressing through the approval process with Miami-Dade County.

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Crescent Heights Announces Commencement of ‘Track & Field’ Mural at Forma Miami

Crescent Heights has announced the commencement of an expansive art project in the heart of Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood. Renowned artist Arturo Herrera was commissioned to create a 9,350-square-foot mural named Track & Field, which will grace the east podium façade of Forma Miami, a 39-story, 588-unit residential tower designed by Arquitectonica with ODP Architecture & Design as the architect of record spanning nearly a full city block at 2900 Biscayne Boulevard. We Are Nice’n Easy, a celebrated local art collective of Allison Matherly and Jeffrey Noble, will meticulously hand-paint the mural throughout the following few weeks.

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JDS Development Partners With Mercedes-Benz for Branded 67-Story Condo Tower in Brickell, Miami

Merely two months following the grand reveal of its first foray into real estate in Dubai, Mercedes-Benz is now casting its visionary blueprint across the shores of the United States. Miami, a city synonymous with a vibrant tapestry of culture, iconic sandy stretches, and an ever-evolving skyline, is poised to embrace a significant new landmark. In an ambitious leap, Mercedes-Benz Places Miami emerges at the forefront of architectural innovation, a 67-story edifice perched at 1 Southside Park within the pulsating heart of Brickell. This initiative heralds a collaborative genius between the esteemed JDS Development Group and the illustrious automotive giant Mercedes-Benz. Together, they are sculpting a future where luxury living transcends conventional bounds, ushering in a new era of urban elegance and a commitment to sustainability that seeks to redefine the architectural and environmental paradigms of Brickell.

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UDRB Approves Updated Design For ODP Architects’ 12-Story Mixed-Use Development At 7737 NE 2nd Avenue In Miami

Miami’s Urban Development Review Board has unanimously approved 7737 Northeast 2nd Avenue, an unnamed 12-story mixed-use development in the city’s Little River neighborhood. Designed by ODP Architecture & Design, with Kimley-Horn serving as both the landscape architect and civil engineer, and developed by Little River Cedar Property Owner, LLC, an affiliate of Chicago-based developer Cedar Street, the 159-foot-tall structure will contain over 200,000 square feet of floor area. This space will include 188 residential units, approximately 7,668 square feet of ground-floor retail space, and 289 on-site parking spaces. Osborn Engineering is the structural and MEP engineer, while SLS Consulting is the life safety consultant.

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