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Miami Riverbridge Gains Unanimous Approval from City of Miami Urban Development Review Board

The redevelopment plans for Downtown Miami’s Hyatt Regency site have received unanimous approval from the City of Miami Urban Development Review Board. The updated project plans for Miami Riverbridge, presented by Hyatt Hotels Corporation and Miami’s Gencom under HRM Owner, LLC, were approved without any conditions at the board hearing. Construction is expected to begin in 2026, with an anticipated opening in 2030.

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Plans Filed for Wynwood’s Tallest Tower: 48-Story Mixed-Use Development at 2101 NW Miami Court

Plans for Wynwood’s tallest-ever tower have been filed. Currently known by its address, 2101 NW Miami Ct, the proposed mixed-use development, designed by Arquitectonica and developed by Wynwood Interest LLC, managed by Isaac, Jacobo, Simon, John, and Rosa Bazbaz, is set to rise 48 stories, or 490 feet above ground and 506 feet above sea level. The project would yield approximately 755,688 square feet of floor area, including 544 residential units, two floors of amenities on levels 9 and 10, 19,292 square feet of ground-floor retail, and 621 on-site parking spaces spread over six garage levels. The Wynwood Design Review Committee is scheduled to hold a hearing on the proposal on June 4.

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60-Story ‘Summit Brickell’ Gets FAA Clearance To Rise 765 Feet Above Ground

Summit Brickell, a planned mixed-use development at 1015 Southwest 1st Avenue in Miami’s Brickell neighborhood, has recently secured Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approval. Filed on April 5 and swiftly approved on May 21, the tower is approved to rise 765 feet above ground or 769 feet above sea level at its highest point. Designed by Corwil Architects and developed by Lore Development Group—a joint venture between Brazilian billionaire Daniel Dantas’ Opportunity investment firm and Leste Group—the 60-story structure will encompass a total floor area ratio (FAR) of 717,740 square feet. It will feature 500 residential units, 1,583 square feet of commercial space, and 500 parking spaces.

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Developer Proposes 48-Story Apartment Tower At 203 NE 3rd Street In Fort Lauderdale

3rd Street Capital 203-215 Propco, LLC, an affiliate of Secaucus, New Jersey-based National Realty Investment Advisors (NRIA), has filed plans for a 48-story apartment tower with ground-floor commercial space at 203 Northeast 3rd Street in Fort Lauderdale. Proposed to rise on a 0.66-acre site comprising four vacant land parcels west of NE 3rd Avenue and east of North Andrews Avenue within the Downtown Regional Activity Center, the 520-foot-tall structure would yield 731,963 gross square feet, including 429 apartments, a 2,711-square-foot restaurant, and 432 parking spaces. FSMY Architects + Planners is the architect, and Architectural Alliance Lan dscape is the landscape architect. Fort Lauderdale’s Development Review Committee is now considering plans originally scheduled for review on May 14.

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Developer Files Plans For Clear Residences, A 60-Story Tower At 130 SE 1st Street in Downtown Miami

Toronto-based Blutrich Holdings, led by Israeli-Canadian real estate investor Gil Blutrich, has filed plans for Clear Residences, a 60-story mixed-use building at 130 Southeast 1st Street in Downtown Miami. Designed by Kobi Karp Architecture & Interior Design with KEITH as the landscape architect, the nearly 690-foot-tall structure would yield approximately 666,432 square feet of floor area, including 549 residential units, 3,622 square feet of ground floor commercial space, nearly 40,000 square feet of amenities, and parking for 157 vehicles. Miami’s Urban Development Review Board is scheduled to review the proposal for the project on May 15.

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