Residential

Link at Douglas - Phase 2. Designed by Arquitectonica.

Two 39-Story Towers Proposed For ‘Link At Douglas’ Phase 2 Near Coral Gables

A pre-application meeting has been filed requesting an Administrative Site Plan Review (ASPR) from Miami Dade’s Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources for the development of Link at Douglas -Phase 2, a two-tower 39-story mixed-use building proposed adjacent to the Douglas Road Metrorail Station. The structure is designed by Arquitectonica and being developed between Adler Group and 13th Floor Investments, and is projected to yield over 1.1 million square feet of space including 854 residential units, 84,160 square feet of office space, 3,385 square feet of retail space and 1,166 parking spaces. The property is bounded by Douglas Road to the east, South Dixie Highway to the south and aligns with Southwest 38th Avenue on the west.

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Front Elevation (West). Advantis Station at Flagler Village. Designed by MSA Architects.

240-Unit Mixed-Use Development Proposed To Rise 12-Stories In Flagler Village, Fort Lauderdale

A site plan application has been filed with Fort Lauderdale’s Development Review Committee (DRC) for a 12-story mixed-use building at approximately 333 Northeast 6th Street (Sistrunk Boulevard) titled Advantis Station at Flagler Village. Designed by Kendall-based MSA Architects, the 131-foot-tall proposed structure is located  between Northeast 3rd Avenue and Northeast 4th Avenue, occupying nearly half the block with Northeast 7th Street on the north. Prospect Real Estate Group LLC, managed by Richard G. Zahn, is listed as the owner behind the application.

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Aria Reserve Miami. Designed by Arquitectonica.

Excavation Permits Filed For 700 NE 24th Street Where Twin 62-Story Aria Reserve Miami Is Planned

The Melo Group has filed new construction permits for 700 Northeast 24th Street, the site of the planned twin 62-story Aria Reserve Miami towers in Edgewater, Miami. The work items listed in the application pertain to site work only, which includes excavation, piles and site/soil improvements. Designed by world-renown architectural firm Arquitectonica, the pair of skyscrapers is planned to rise to the maximum height permitted in the area which is 649-feet, and will become the tallest residential twin towers on a waterfront in the country. The developer intends to yield 782 residences across 5-acres of land with this project.

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