Renderings of amenities and interiors have been revealed for Tal Aventura, a planned 26-story residential building located at 2785 Northeast 183rd Street in Aventura. Designed by IDEA Architect with interiors designed by ID & Design International and developed by 2151 Development Group and 2020 Acquisitions, the development will yield a collection of 86 residences ranging from two to five bedrooms, with an assortment of customizable lanai and penthouse residences, all boasting unobstructed views of Maule Lake.
In 2020, Lanai Landings opened, a residential community in Miami-Dade County, FL. Now, nearly three years later, developers are proposing a second phase.
Related Group, a Miami-based real estate developer, and Aventura-based BH Group, under the Landings Venture LLC, have submitted a preliminary application to the City of Hollywood’s Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) for a 37-story residential building at 3451-3690 South Ocean Drive. Dubbed Diplomat Landing, the proposed development, designed by Cohen Freedman Encinosa & Associates (CFE Architects) and featuring landscape architecture by Witkin Hults + Partners and civil engineering by Kimley-Horn, would span 685,264 gross square feet and include 350 residential units. The 419-foot-tall structure would be linked to an existing parking garage to the north, adding 110 spaces for 705 parking spots. The Hollywood TAC is set to review the proposal on April 3, 2023.
Developers have proposed Soleste La Piazza, a mixed-use tower located near Young Circle in Hollywood, FL. The venture could replace a 21-unit mixed-use complex that was constructed in 2000.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has given the green light for a significant mixed-use development project at 700 North Miami Avenue at Miami Worldcenter, the former site of the Miami Arena, and canceled Marriott Marquis Miami Worldcenter Hotel & Expo Center. Designed by Kobi Karp Architects with Kimley-Horn as the traffic engineer and developed by an affiliate of New York-based Witkoff Group and Chicago-based Monroe Capital, the development is planned to yield nearly 3.4 million square feet of space across three towers spanning as many as 57 stories.