A new residential development is coming to Sunny Isles Beach, FL. Bentley Residences is a high-rise building that measures more than 60 stories above grade and rises 749 feet high. It will comprise over 200 luxury units.
The Planning and Development Board of Hollywood is in the process of reviewing site plan proposals for Pinnacle 441, a 113-unit mixed-use development addressed as 890 North State Road 7 in the 441 Corridor. The proposed project rises 8-stories, more specifically located on the south-west corner of State Road 7 and John Street. Miami-based Pinnacle Housing, listed as Pinnacle 441 LLC, is behind the development efforts, with Kaller Architecture leading the design of the building.
Owl’s Nest Apartments in Cape Coral, FL, is undergoing construction. The project, estimated to cost at least $10 million, will comprise 96 at-market-rate units.
Miami Worldcenter, the 27-acre – $4 billion mixed-use development led by Art Falcone, Nitin Motwani and CIM Group, has signed on three new major retail tenants to lease up space. Multinational beauty retailer Sephora, electric vehicle manufacturer Lucid Motors, and bowling chain Bowlero will occupy a combined 60,000 square feet of space. Leasing is being led by the CIM Group and Miami-based The Comras Company, and are scheduled to open retail venues in 2022.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has received applications from New York City’s Kushner Companies seeking approvals for the assemblage of two tower cranes at 2000 Biscayne Boulevard. The pair would rise 487-feet and 527-feet to assist in the vertical construction of Kushner’s 36-story, 408-foot-tall residential building proposed for the Edgewater site. The structure is designed by Dorsky + Yue International Architecture.