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.
Aventura-based SAG Development has proposed a residential complex for a 1.49-acre site in Hallandale Beach. The Green House apartments would offer 74 apartments, requiring 91,940 square feet of new construction and measuring six stories above grade.
Woodmont Industrial Partners (Woodmont) and Butters Construction & Development (Butters) recently celebrated the completion of Corporate Logistics Center, a ground-up industrial development at 15791 Corporate Circle in Jupiter, Florida. The much-anticipated property is located within the Palm Beach Park of Commerce and brings 252,848 square feet of Class A industrial space to the booming South Florida market.
The Hines Historic Gas Plant Partnership hopes to flip a 0.58-acre parcel into a residential housing complex. If approved, the project would offer at least 80 affordable housing units and 2,500 square feet of retail and surface parking.
Two more national retail and restaurant concepts will be coming to Miami Worldcenter – the $6 billion, 27-acre mixed-use development transforming the heart of Downtown Miami. The development’s ownership group has completed leases with The Container Store and Sweet Paris Crêperie & Café, both slated to open by the end of 2024.