Miami’s Urban Development Review Board has unanimously approved 7737 Northeast 2nd Avenue, an unnamed 12-story mixed-use development in the city’s Little River neighborhood. Designed by ODP Architecture & Design, with Kimley-Horn serving as both the landscape architect and civil engineer, and developed by Little River Cedar Property Owner, LLC, an affiliate of Chicago-based developer Cedar Street, the 159-foot-tall structure will contain over 200,000 square feet of floor area. This space will include 188 residential units, approximately 7,668 square feet of ground-floor retail space, and 289 on-site parking spaces. Osborn Engineering is the structural and MEP engineer, while SLS Consulting is the life safety consultant.
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Miami’s Urban Development Review Board has issued approval for 2900 Terrace, a new 38-story mixed-use development slated for 401 Northeast 29th Terrace in the Edgewater neighborhood. This 380-foot-tall project is a collaboration between LNDMRK Development and Oak Row Equities, with design by the renowned architectural firm Arquitectonica. The development is anticipated to encompass 629,829 square feet, including 324 residential units, 22,354 square feet designated for office use, 13,108 square feet for commercial use, and 515 parking spaces. Construction is expected to be completed in 2026.
A recent submission of site plans to Miami’s Urban Development Review Board has revealed the design for Two Riverside, a proposed 59-story mixed-use skyscraper at 99 Southwest 7th Street in Brickell. The design, created by Brandow Haw Architecture with ODP Architecture & Design as the architect of record and developed by Newgard Group, showcases a slender, 730-foot-tall structure. It is set to offer approximately 520,631 square feet of space, encompassing 271,605 square feet of residential area across 169 units and 1,090 square feet dedicated to ground-floor retail. The adjacent One Riverside project will provide the necessary vehicle and bike parking, where Newgard Group is also developing two other towers, including the 44-story Lofty Brickell. The proposal is scheduled for review on November 15.
One Thousand Group, the developers behind the illustrious One Thousand Museum and the highly anticipated Villa Miami, led by principals Louis Birdman, Michael Konig, and Kevin Venger, have submitted plans for a 47-story, 635-foot-tall Class-A ultra-luxury office tower to the City of Miami. The tower is designed by the renowned architectural firm Kohn Pederson Fox (KPF), headquartered in New York City, known globally for its expertise in designing office towers, including iconic structures like One Vanderbilt, 10, 30 & 55 Hudson Yards in NYC. Florida-based ODP Architecture & Design is serving as the Architect of Record for the project. The plans were filed by Tower 36, LLC, an affiliate of One Thousand Group. The project is currently referred to as Tower 36 and is scheduled for review by Miami’s Urban Development Review Board on Wednesday, October 18th.
Renderings have been unveiled for 419 Northeast 19th Street, a 55-story multifamily residential project slated for a 14,190-square-foot triangular plot in Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood, near Margaret Pace Park and Biscayne Bay, precisely where North Bayshore Boulevard and Northeast 4th Avenue converge. The project is designed by the acclaimed New York-based architectural firm, Fogarty Finger, and is being developed by 419 NE 19th Street Owner LLC, a New York-based entity affiliated with SB Development led by Joseph Stern. The proposed tower is set to soar impressively to a height of 641 feet, making it a prominent addition to Miami’s skyline. Within its 652,362 gross square feet of space, the tower will accommodate 463 residential units, a wealth of amenities spread across three levels, and an indoor parking facility capable of housing up to 172 vehicles. The plans for this project have been officially submitted and are scheduled for review by Miami’s Urban Development Review Board on October 18.