Lennar Proposes To Build 83 Single-Family Homes In Richmond West, Miami-Dade County

Applications have been filed with Miami-Dade County’s Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources proposing to construct an 83 single-family home community in Richmond West, Florida. The property is comprised of four vacant parcels of land spanning a combined 652,528 square feet, or 14.98-acres, generally located between Southwest 160th Street and theoretical Southwest 164th Street and between Southwest 149th Avenue and Southwest 148th Avenue. The homes are designed by Miami-based PPK Architecture and being developed by the Lennar Corporation. The application lists the project name as the ‘Wallace Stevens Assemblage’, likely named after the owners of the land, individuals Wallace and Carol Ann Stevens.

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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.

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YIMBY Scopes Views Of The 62-Story One Thousand Museum In Downtown Miami

YIMBY recently took an exterior walk-through around one of Miami’s most prestigious residential developments, One Thousand Museum, a 62-story ultra-luxury condominium tower located at 1000 Biscayne Boulevard in the Park West district of Downtown Miami. Completed in 2019, the 707-foot-tall structure is designed by the late Zaha Hadid, founder of London-based Zaha Hadid Architects, and developed by 1000 Biscayne Tower LLC, a joint venture between developers Louis Birdman, Gilberto Bomeny, Gregg Covin and Kevin Venger. Standing as the current fifth tallest tower in Miami, the building spans over 950,000 square feet and yields 84 museum-quality residences including duplex townhomes, half-floor residences, full-floor penthouses, and a single duplex penthouse.

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