Site Location. Courtesy of Trammell Crow Residential.

Trammell Crow Residential’s 250-Unit Alexan Miramar Approved For 3100 SW 145th Avenue In Broward County

The City Commission of Miramar has approved rezoning efforts from Dallas-based Trammell Crow Residential, which rezones two parcels of land totaling 17.16 acres located on the northwest corner of Miramar Parkway and Southwest 145th Avenue in Broward County. First reported by The Real Deal, the Commission unanimously voted to rezone the development site from Community Business (B2) to Mixed-Use Low (ML), that of which includes an existing 4-story office building and the 9-acre section of land that the developer intendeds to improve with two 6-story residential buildings called the Alexan Miramar.

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Miami Worldcenter Block G. Courtesy of CFE & Associates Architects.

Permits Reactivated For Second Tower Behind Caoba At Miami World Center Block G

The second tower originally proposed for Block G at Miami Worldcenter just might go vertical relatively soon. New construction permits initially fully approved in 2018 by the Department of Buildings were reactivated on September 1, 2021 for 697 North Miami Avenue, a 40-story mixed-use tower planned to rise 413-feet in the Park West neighborhood of Downtown Miami. Designed by CFE & Associates Architects and developed by Los Angeles-based CIM Group, the building is projecting to yield 473,330 square feet of new construction including 411 residential units and 4,103 square feet of ground floor retail.

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800 84th Street. Courtesy of CDS Architecture and Planning.

3-Story Multifamily Fourplex Proposed For 800 84th Street In Miami Beach

The Design Review Board of Miami Beach will soon review proposals for a new multifamily residential tower. The building is proposed to rise 3-stories and nearly 40-feet-tall, addressed as 800 84th Street situated between Hawthorn Avenue to the west and Crespi Boulevard to the east in the Biscayne Point section of North Beach (Nobe). Four residences will be constructed, designed by Eduardo A. Pardo-Fernandez of CDS Architecture and Planning. A Delaware-based entity known as 6BM LLC is listed as the owner of the applications.

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Wynwood Station. Designed by MSA Architects.

Chicago-based Fifield Realty Corp Submits Plans For 210-Unit ‘Wynwood Station’ At 45 Northeast 27th Street

Chicago-based Fifield Realty Corp has filed plans to develop a 210-unit mixed-use project in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District. The development is planned to rise 92-feet spanning 8 floors at 45 Northeast 27th Street, nestled in between North Miami Avenue and Brightline train tracks with frontage on Northeast 28th Street to the north. MSA Architects is listed as the architect for the building with Architectural Alliance Landscape responsible for landscaping. Officially named Wynwood Station, plans call for 331,846 square feet of space including 11,576 square feet of ground floor retail, 27,486 square feet of amenities and a parking garage for 283 vehicles.

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