Urban Development Review Board

13-Story ‘Motorsport Tower’ Proposed For The Magic City Innovation District In Little Haiti, Little River Neighborhoods

Miami’s Urban Development Review Board (UDRB) has received proposals for Motorsport Tower, a 13-story office building set to be developed on Parcel 8 of the emerging 17.75-acre Magic City Innovation District in Little Haiti. The 1.51-acre property is located near the southern boundary of the Little Haiti District along Northeast 4th Avenue and between Northeast 60th Street to the north and Northeast 59th Terrace to the south. Designed by Miami-based DB Lewis Architect-Thresholds Intl. and developed by Imperial Capital Group, LLC, an affiliate of Motorsport Network led by Mike Zoi, the development proposes 544,294 square feet of new construction including 206,352 square feet of office space, 79,676 square feet of commercial space, 390 parking spaces and 24 bicycle spaces.

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Gamla Cedron Group Files Plans For Phases Two And Three Of Flagler Oasis Project In Little Havana

Miami’s Urban Development Review Board (UDRB) will consider proposals for the second and third phases of Flagler Oasis, a multi-building mixed-use development underway in the heart of Little Havana being developed by Aventura-based real estate firm Gamla Cedron Group. With the first phase of the development already under construction and scheduled for completion later this year, phases two and three would bring a 16-story residential tower with 248 dwelling units and an additional 8-story structure containing 70,000 square feet of office space, as well as commercial spaces and integrated parking structures. The project is designed by Coral Gables-based Behar Font & Partners with Witkin Hults + Partners as the landscape architect, and is expected to rise as high as 176-feet or so. 

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Mast Capital Files Plans For Three Towers At Former ‘Capital At Brickell’ Site In Miami

Mast Capital has officially filed plans with Miami’s Urban Development Review Board for 1420 South Miami Avenue, a three-towered mixed-use development proposed to be constructed at the former site of Capital at Brickell. The property is bound by South Miami Avenue on the East, Southwest 14th Terrace on the South, Southwest 1st Avenue on the West, and Southwest 14th Street on the North, across the street from SLS Brickell, Infinity at Brickell and One Broadway. The development is comprised of 2,727,765 square feet of new construction including 1,255 residential units, 18,969 square feet of commercial space and 1,646 parking spaces. The three towers will rise approximately 604-feet, 691-feet, and 939-feet across 50, 59, and 80 stories. Arquitectonica is listed as the design architect with ArquitectonicaGEO as the landscape architect.

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The First Tower Of The Magic City Innovation District Is Submitted To Miami’s Urban Development Review Board

A 25-story mixed-use tower proposed for the upcoming 17.75-acre Magic City Innovation District in Little Haiti has been submitted to Miami’s Urban Development Review Board for approvals. The developer behind the application is MCD Miami LLC, a partnership between real estate developer Plaza Equity Partners, brokerage firm Metro 1, and investment firms Luna Rouge and Dragon Global. Parcel 11 is the tentative name for the new building and it’ll be the first of several towers to rise in the new Special Area District, projected to yield 522,806 square feet of space including 349 residential units, 13,010 square feet of retail space, and an adjacent connected parking and amenities structure with 393 vehicle spaces.

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