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13-Story ‘Motorsport Tower’ Proposed For The Magic City Innovation District In Little Haiti, Little River Neighborhoods

Miami’s Urban Development Review Board (UDRB) has received proposals for Motorsport Tower, a 13-story office building set to be developed on Parcel 8 of the emerging 17.75-acre Magic City Innovation District in Little Haiti. The 1.51-acre property is located near the southern boundary of the Little Haiti District along Northeast 4th Avenue and between Northeast 60th Street to the north and Northeast 59th Terrace to the south. Designed by Miami-based DB Lewis Architect-Thresholds Intl. and developed by Imperial Capital Group, LLC, an affiliate of Motorsport Network led by Mike Zoi, the development proposes 544,294 square feet of new construction including 206,352 square feet of office space, 79,676 square feet of commercial space, 390 parking spaces and 24 bicycle spaces.

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Gamla Cedron Group Files Plans For Phases Two And Three Of Flagler Oasis Project In Little Havana

Miami’s Urban Development Review Board (UDRB) will consider proposals for the second and third phases of Flagler Oasis, a multi-building mixed-use development underway in the heart of Little Havana being developed by Aventura-based real estate firm Gamla Cedron Group. With the first phase of the development already under construction and scheduled for completion later this year, phases two and three would bring a 16-story residential tower with 248 dwelling units and an additional 8-story structure containing 70,000 square feet of office space, as well as commercial spaces and integrated parking structures. The project is designed by Coral Gables-based Behar Font & Partners with Witkin Hults + Partners as the landscape architect, and is expected to rise as high as 176-feet or so. 

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JLL Tapped For Leasing At Iconic 480-Foot-Tall Citigroup Center In Downtown Miami

JLL has been appointed as the leasing agent for the recently renovated, 34-story Citigroup Center, one of Downtown Miami’s landmark Class A office properties. Centrally located at 201 South Biscayne Boulevard, in the heart of the business district, Citigroup Center is and pleasant stroll from Miami Riverwalk and other green spaces along the waterfront. At 480 feet, it offers tenants spectacular unobstructed views stretching from adjacent Bayfront Park across the bay to Key Biscayne.

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FAA Permits Filed For 454-Foot-Tall Skyscraper At 1000 N. Orange Avenue In Orlando

An obstruction evaluation study is currently underway at the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for a 454-foot-tall skyscraper at 1000 North Orange Avenue in the northern section of Downtown Orlando’s Central Business District. The four coordinates submitted to the FAA align with a vacant 1.474-acre site that sits on the southwest frontage of the intersection between North Orange Avenue and North Garland Avenue, also bound by West Marks Street and SunRail tracks on the south end of the block. According to the Orange County property records, the land is owned by a Hallandale Beach-based entity registered as Mustang Orange Garland LLC (Mustang) managed by Aaron Churba and Mike Daiagi. The entity, which is linked to a number of other financial and investment entities using the Mustang moniker, has owned the property since January 2005 after purchasing it from Orange Garland Realty Ent LLC for a $3,000,000.

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Arquitectonica Expands To West Palm Beach With The Opening Of An Office In Rosemary Square

Having worked in the region for many years, leading global architecture firm Arquitectonica has announced the opening of their office in Rosemary Square. Located at 477 South Rosemary Avenue in Downtown West Palm Beach, the office provides close accessibility to the firm’s ongoing projects in design and under construction. This work has served to reinforce their commitment to growing a presence in the region and establishing the new location helps support the firm’s capabilities in Florida that also includes projects in Orlando, Tampa and Jacksonville.

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