The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has granted height approvals for 20 Northeast 11th Street, the site of the upcoming E11EVEN Hotel & Residences, a 65-story mixed-use skyscraper planned for the Park West section of Greater Downtown Miami. Anticipated to rise 709-feet above sea level on the western side of block 18 as per the property appraiser, the interior lots include lot 7 (30 NE 11th St.), 8 and 9, adding up to 18,750 square feet in total floor area. The building is designed by Sieger Suarez Architects, and developed by New York City and Miami-based Property Markets Group with E11EVEN Partners, led by Michael Simkins, Marc Roberts and Ken Degori.
Proposals to construct a new eight-story commercial building in Edgewood, Fort Lauderdale are now under review by the Development Review Committee. The development site is approximately 82,904 square feet and bound by Southwest 26th Street to the south, Marina Mile Boulevard (SR 84) to the north, and Southwest 9th Avenue to the west. 1100 Hotel LLC is listed as the developer with Courtney Callahan Crush of Crush Law representing the applicant.
Presidium Town Center Apartments (also known as “JTA Apartments” in other sources) is inching toward completion. The $6.5 million enterprise seeks to provide 370 luxury housing units divided among multiple buildings.
Miami-based Newgard Development Group, led by Harvey Hernandez, is planning to redevelop a massive 90,000-square-foot assemblage across the street from Brickell City Centre. According to the Miami Herald, the developer recently closed on the property for a staggering $50.75 million. The proposed project is named Lofty Brickell, and although it is unclear what exactly is planned for this development, we do know that it’ll may be a 35-story skyscraper oriented towards the short-term rental market. Owners will have the ease of renting out their units for vacation-length stays via online platforms such as Airbnb, Vrbo and Expedia. Arquitectonica is listed as the design architect on the official website for the property.
An 8-story office building could find new life as a multi-family residential complex. 315 Urban Flats is a $22 million venture that’s currently in its “construction documents” phase.