Renderings and drawings have been unveiled in a presentation to City Commissioners of Miami for the plans to build a commuter rail station along Brightline’s tracks connected to two towers in the Design District. The new station would be built just north of the Interstate 195 and south of NE 39th St., parallel to North Federal Highway, and the towers along Biscayne Boulevard. Miami Design District Associates, a joint venture between Craig Robin’s Dacra and L Catterton Real Estate, is the developer behind the recent presentation, and principal owner of the thriving Miami Design District.
Varadero (also called La Playa de Varadero in some sources) is a luxury condo/hotel that is expected to begin construction sometime in 2022. The project has been underway since 2014, when Fortune International Group and Chateau Group teamed up to build the hotel-condominium in Sunny Isles, FL.
New York City’s KAR Properties and Miami’s Fortune International Group are pleased to announce they have bought out the remaining 81 unit inventory at Reach and Rise Residences at Brickell City Centre, two 43-story luxury residential skyscrapers located at 68 SE 6th St. and 88 SW 7th St. developed by Hong Kong’s Swire Properties.
Beeline Commons is a sprawling commercial space coming soon to the Palm Beach Park of Commerce, which at the time of publication, employed 1,350 people, consisted of 69 companies, and has 1.85 million square feet of offices, warehouses, and distribution space.
Yesterday, YIMBY covered the reveal for the upcoming FAT Village East, a massive development set to rise in Fort Lauderdale. Today we shall cover the western portion of the project known as FAT Village West, a 623,292-square-foot mixed-use project proposed to be built in the F.A.T. Village Thematic District yielding 504 units and 28,540 square feet of commercial space. According to the filing, the development is addressed as 501 Northwest 1st Avenue located in the Flagler Village neighborhood, and is designed by SCB with DLR Group as the architect of record and EDSA, Inc. as the master planner; Urban Street Development and Hines are the developers behind the proposal.