Grove Central is more than a mixed-use residential/commercial complex; it’s a transit-oriented development that will run on solar power.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has approved both the 640-foot-tall tower proposed to rise at 275 Southwest 6th Street and the two 760-foot-tall tower cranes that will assist in the vertical construction of the structure. The applications pertain to the first tower of 54 stories at Chetrit Group’s Miami River project, a 4.2-million-square-foot mixed-use development located in West Brickell. Award-winning Miami-based architect Kobi Karp is leading the design for the river-facing complex, while G.T. McDonald Enterprises is listed as the general contractor.
An Administrative Site Plan Review (ASPR) is now underway for Pinecrest Walk, a 18-story mixed-use building proposed for 9650 South Dixie Highway in the Dadeland District of Kendall, Florida. Designed by Coral Gables-based Behar Font & Partners for Maestra Dadeland, LLC, the project is more specifically located within the Downtown Kendall Urban Center, several blocks south of Dadeland South Metrorail Station.
A 4.84-acre plot of land will soon be home to the Ritz-Carlton Residences Tampa. The endeavor, valued at around $400 million, will start construction soon.
Construction is continuing on what is often referred to as the Jewelry Box, a multi-level retail building located on Block F (East) of the 27-acre Miami Worldcenter development in Downtown Miami. The structure is designed by NBWW Architects for Miami Worldcenter Associates, a partnership between Art Falcone, Nitin Motwani and the CIM Group. The building will yield 135,208 square feet of new construction, including 78,264 square feet of retail across the first two floors, and a usable rooftop space.