Exterior work has entered the final stages on Strategic Property Partners’ (SPP) Tampa EDITION, a 27-story mixed-use skyscraper within the 56-acre Water Street Tampa mega-development in Downtown Tampa. Officially addressed as 1000 Water Street , the 319-foot-tall tower stands along the northwestern corner of the intersection between Water Street and Channelside Drive, and is designed by Morris Adjmi Architects with NBWW Architects as the architect of record. The project yields 38 luxury residences atop a 172-room 5-star hotel with interiors by Roman and Williams, curated via Ian Schrager’s EDITION luxury lifestyle brand.
Construction began on Icon Office Building in June 2021. The four-story building will require 72,000 square feet of construction and rest on a .44-acre lot.
Ground-breaking is imminent on the site of the 691-foot-tall Legacy Miami Worldcenter, a 50-story luxury mixed-use skyscraper set to rise at 930 Northwest 1st Avenue within the 27-acre Miami Worldcenter mega-development in the Parkwest neighborhood of Downtown Miami. Designed by Miami-based architect Kobi Karp and developed by Royal Palm Companies (RPC), the tower is expected to yield 310 condominium units, 220 hotel rooms and over 100,000 square feet of space dedicated to wellness. Moss & Associates is listed as the general contractor for the project.
On August 10, 2021, ride-hailing technology company Uber announced the signing of a new lease for office spaces at 3 MiamiCentral, a 130,157-square-foot transit-oriented 12-story mixed-use building located in the Overtown district of Downtown Miami. The company will occupy 13,000 square feet of the 95,000 square feet that the Class A office component has to offer. Officially addressed as 161 Northwest 6th Street, the structure is designed by AECOM with Design2form as an architectural consultant and currently owned by EQ Office, a real estate investment company managed by New York City-based Blackstone.
Initially, the Canopy Club was going to exceed 546 feet. However, after seeking approvals for nearly a year, Terra Group (the building’s owner), was able to reach a compromise with the City of Miami, as well as the FAA.