The Related Group is preparing to drastically transform 5 acres of land along Tampa’s iconic Bayshore Boulevard and Hillsborough Bay water front via their Ritz-Carlton Residences Tampa project, a 27-story two-tower residential development + 12 townhome villas designed by world-class renown architect Arquitectonica featuring interiors by Meyers Davis Studio and landscaping by Enzo Enea. The subject property is currently addressed as 3105 Bay Oaks Court, bounded by Bayshore Boulevard to the east and Selmon Expressway to the west, with additional frontage along W. Santiago Street and W. Bay to Bay Blvd. The rise of the pair of skyscrapers will mark this as the first Ritz-Carlton-branded residences in Tampa as demand for luxury condos continues to pick up pace.
New construction permits have been filed for a 380-foot-tall, 38-story mixed-use tower at 2900 Biscayne Boulevard in Edgewater, Miami. Located near the borders of Wynwood and within what is considered Midtown Miami, the interior lot is just two block away from Biscayne Bay, bounded by NE 29th St. to the south, NE 2nd Ct. to the west, NE 30th St. to the north and Biscayne Blvd. to the east, occupying the entire block. The project will be named Nema, which is a brand of developments by Miami-based Crescent Heights, who has Arquitectonica onboard as the design architect with the Rockwell Group as the architect of record.
In the early hours of the morning on June 24, 2021, Champlain Towers South, a luxury condominium located in Surfside, FL, suffered a partial collapse. At the time of publication, at least one resident was dead, while over 100 more were unaccounted for.
Coconut Grove-based developer Swerdlow Group, lead by Michael Swerdlow, has officially broken ground on Block 55, a massive 1.4 million square-foot mixed-use development located in Downtown Miami’s Overtown district. The structure will occupy an entire block bounded by NW 3rd Ave. and NW 2nd Ave. measuring nearly 150,000 square feet in total lot area, addressed as 249 Northwest 6th Street and rising right beside the northbound elevated Interstate 95. World-class design firm Arquitectonica is designing the building with Coastal Contruction as the general contractor.
Orlando Health Jewett Orthopedic Institute will be a state-of-the-art hospital set to open in 2032, according to the Orlando Sentinel. The project will comprise three parts: the hospital itself, the hospital’s medical pavilion, and the parking garage.