New York-based real estate development and investment firm Naftali Group has announced official plans for a 67-story mixed-use building to rise over 700 feet on a 1.02-acre site at 1044 and 1016 Northeast 2nd Avenue…
On September 22, Brightline’s passenger rail service between Orlando and Miami officially commenced. The inaugural train, named Bright Pink, arrived in Orlando at 11:05 a.m., warmly welcomed by over 500 elected officials, business leaders, community partners, and company executives from across the state. This celebration served as an emphatic statement regarding the boldest private infrastructure project in the nation and represents the revival of Henry Flagler’s original vision for the Florida East Coast Railway. A project a decade in the making, Brightline’s launch is poised to revolutionize train travel in America, presenting a model for connecting city pairs that are too close to fly between and yet too far to drive.
Fisher Brothers, an esteemed fourth-generation real estate company renowned for its ownership, management, and operation of distinctive properties nationwide, has announced the commencement of construction for Wynhouse Miami. This mixed-use multifamily development is poised to make a lasting impact in the heart of Miami’s vibrant Wynwood neighborhood. Soaring eight stories, Wynhouse Miami will encompass 308 rental residences, offering an exceptional living experience. With approximately 26,000 square feet of ground floor retail and paseo space and expansive indoor and outdoor amenities spanning nearly 25,000 square feet, this development promises a truly immersive lifestyle.
Earlier this week, the Related Group (Related) celebrated the groundbreaking of Casamar Residences in Pompano Beach. This boutique property is set to occupy nearly 300 feet of pristine white sand and house 119 oceanfront condos. Anticipated for completion in 2025, the development features world-class designs by the acclaimed Arquitectonica and the Rockwell Group.
New renderings have surfaced of The River District, a massive 4-million-square-foot mixed-use development under construction on the west side of Brickell, Miami. Designed by Kobi Karp Architects with Rockwell Group and ID & Design International handling interiors and developed by Chetrit Group, the 6.2-acre project will give rise to four glass skyscrapers planned to yield approximately 1,961 residential units, 29,600 square feet of restaurant space, 12,020 square feet of retail, 40,000 square feet of office space, 17 marina slips, and 2,000 parking spaces across five phases of construction. The first phase, a 54-story – 648-foot-tall tower at 275 Southwest 6th Street, is already underway, with G.T. McDonald Enterprises as the general contractor and Tekton Construction as the structural contractor.