Glass façade installation at the podium levels has surpassed the halfway mark on Society Biscayne, a 49-story mixed-use skyscraper at 400 Biscayne Boulevard in Downtown Miami. Designed by Sieger Suarez Architects and developed by Property Markets Group in collaboration with Greybrook Realty Partners, the 571-foot-tall structure will comprise of approximately 1 million square feet of new construction, bringing a mixture residential units, office spaces, a church, ground floor retail and a parking garage, while offering panoramic views of Biscayne Bay and Downtown Miami.
Catalina at Fort Worth is a luxury housing development coming to Fort Worth, FL. The development (which has an estimated value of $52 million) began construction earlier this year.
Sales have officially launched for Residences at 400 Central, an upcoming 46-story luxury condominium tower planned for 400 Central Avenue in Downtown St. Petersburg. The building is anticipated to become both the tallest in the city and near Florida’s gulf coast, rising to approximately 515-feet over the Central Arts District. Award-winning architecture firm Arquitectonica is behind the curved design of the tower, while New York City-based Red Apple Real Estate, led by John Catsimatidis, is the developer. 400 Central will yields 301 coastal-modern residential units designed by Celano Design Studio featuring clear, unobstructed views of Tampa Bay and the Downtown skyline.
Boca Ice & Fine Arts Center is undergoing construction in Palm Beach County, FL. The $7.9 million facility will comprise over 72,000 square feet of new construction.
YIMBY spotted a series of additional renderings and diagrams of the 24.7-acre Shipyards Mixed-Use Development proposed by Iguana Investments along the Northbank of St. Johns River in Downtown Jacksonville. Designed by Dallas-based HKS Architects, the…