An application for an Administrative Site Plan Review (ASPR) has been submitted to Miami-Dade County’s Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources for the development of West Aventura Town Center’s East Block Phase II, a massive mixed-use project consisting of retail and residential space within an 8-story building over approximately 114,334 square feet of land. Designed by Miami-based ATL Architecture, this portion of the development will yield a total of 350 dwelling units and approximately 21,937 square feet of commercial space with 717 parking spaces. West Aventura Developers LLC, filing under West Aventura TIC 2E, LLC and West Aventura TIC 1E, LLC, is listed as the owner of the application.
Sunrise, FL, will soon be home to a 288-unit luxury garden-style apartment. The 15.5-acre site is presently under construction after securing a $45.8 construction loan back in 2020. The residence is intended to alleviate the housing crisis in the area. In total, the project will cost $55 million to complete.
An application has been filed with the Federal Aviation Administration requesting to build another 649-foot-tall skyscraper along Biscayne Bay in Edgewater, Miami. This proposal intends to replace two existing residential buildings at 710 Northeast 29th…
Miami-Dade County’s Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources has received an application for an Administrative Site Plan Review (ASPR) for a new mixed-use development on a vacant piece of land located at 8001 Northwest 27th Avenue in West Little River within Miami’s North Central Urban Center District. The development is titled Capri Place, an 11-story building designed by Behar Font & Partners set to rise on a 115,919-square-foot interior lot bounded by Northwest 80th Street to the south, Northwest 25th Avenue to the east and Northwest 27th Avenue to the west. West Palm Beach-based The Richman Group of Florida, Inc., a development arm of The Richman Group of Companies, is listed as the developer and owner of the application.
Skyrise Miami was intended to serve as a massive entertainment venue for the residents and tourists of Biscayne Bay. However, after being in the works for nearly eight years, the project has been abandoned.