Developers File Demolition Permits For Sentral Brickell Site At 130 SW 8th Street In Miami

Demolition permits have been filed for a 1.15-acre site along Southwest 1st Avenue between Southwest 8th and 9th Streets in Brickell, Miami, where a dual-tower mixed-use development named Sentral Brickell is planned Designed by Sieger Suarez Architects, the project is being developed by a collaboration between developer Property Markets Group (PMG) and prop-tech firm Sentral. The north tower of Sentral Brickell is expected to rise 43 stories, reaching a height of 480 feet, while the south tower is planned to be slightly shorter at 31 stories and 360 feet tall. BG Group LLC has been named as the contractor for the demolition scope.

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Amenity And Interior Renderings Revealed For 26-Story ‘Tal Aventura’ At 2785 Northeast 183rd Street In Aventura, FL

Renderings of amenities and interiors have been revealed for Tal Aventura, a planned 26-story residential building located at 2785 Northeast 183rd Street in Aventura. Designed by IDEA Architect with interiors designed by ID & Design International and developed by 2151 Development Group and 2020 Acquisitions, the development will yield a collection of 86 residences ranging from two to five bedrooms, with an assortment of customizable lanai and penthouse residences, all boasting unobstructed views of Maule Lake.

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Related Group And BH Group Request Approval For 419-Foot-Tall ‘Diplomat Landing’ Residential Tower In Hollywood, FL

Related Group, a Miami-based real estate developer, and Aventura-based BH Group, under the Landings Venture LLC, have submitted a preliminary application to the City of Hollywood’s Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) for a 37-story residential building at 3451-3690 South Ocean Drive. Dubbed Diplomat Landing, the proposed development, designed by Cohen Freedman Encinosa & Associates (CFE Architects) and featuring landscape architecture by Witkin Hults + Partners and civil engineering by Kimley-Horn, would span 685,264 gross square feet and include 350 residential units. The 419-foot-tall structure would be linked to an existing parking garage to the north, adding 110 spaces for 705 parking spots. The Hollywood TAC is set to review the proposal on April 3, 2023.

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