The Horizon Group, known for its New York City residential and commercial real estate developments, is making its South Florida debut with 9900 West, a 23-unit residential building planned at 9900 West Bay Harbor Drive in Bay Harbor Islands. Designed by Miami Beach’s award-winning Frankel Benayoun Architects with landscaping by Geomantic and interior design by Craft-Studio, the 6-story structure will comprise a variety of two to four-bedroom units ranging in size from 1,202 to 3,206 square feet. The property is generally located on the western frontage of West Bay Harbor Drive crossing 99th Street. Construction is scheduled to begin in Q4 of 2023 and is slated for completion in Q4 of 2024.
Florida Aquarium is dipping its toes into its three-phase expansion in Tampa, Florida. The $40 million venture, scheduled for completion in 2025, aims to deliver a host of new amenities. Per the Florida Aquarium, the first phase involves remodeling the aquarium’s second-floor lobby into a multi-species gallery. That aspect will feature a rotating gallery with insects and reptiles.
Permits have been submitted to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for work on 99 Southwest 6th Street, a proposed but unannounced 709-foot-tall skyscraper in Brickell, Miami. Located along the Miami River, beside the upcoming 1.16-million-square-foot One Brickell Riverfront duo-tower complex, the building would occupy the northeast section of a 1.62-acre assemblage collectively addressed as 99 Southwest 7th Street owned by 99SW7 HOLDINGS LLC, an entity affiliated with Newgard Development Group. The subject site is bound by the Miami River on the north, Lofty Brickell (a part of One Brickell Riverfront) on the west, Southwest 6th Street on the south, and Southwest Miami Avenue Road on the east.
HarborChase of Boynton Beach is a luxury age-restricted community headed to Palm Beach County, FL. The venture’s website reports that units will become available in 2023, offering “Spacious apartments, generous amenities, and unparalleled hospitality.”
Developers Gazit Horizons, the U.S. arm of Israel-based real estate developer Gazit Globe, and Atlantic Pacific have filed permit applications with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for Brickell Gateway, a 61-story mixed-use tower proposed in Miami’s bustling Brickell district. The permit applications were filed on March 28, 2023, and are currently under review by the FAA. The project, designed by Coral Gables-based Corwil Architects, is seeking approval to rise to 761 feet above ground or 772 feet above sea level. Witkin Hults + Partners handles the landscape architecture for the development, while Kimley-Horn is the civil engineer.