A construction permit application for the 61-story Brickell Gateway, a mixed-use development located at 90 Southwest 8th Street, has been submitted to Miami-Dade County. Designed by Corwil Architects and developed through a joint venture between Gazit Horizons and Atlantic Pacific Companies, this project is among the first to advance to the construction permitting phase under Miami-Dade County’s Rapid Transit Zoning scheme. This initiative encourages higher-density construction in proximity to mass transit hubs.
Construction commenced on Sixteenth Square townhomes in 2020. Now, after nearly four years of development, the general contractor is finishing out the last few homes.
Urban Network Capital Group (UNCG) and Vertical Development have filed plans for a condo-hotel development to be reviewed by the city’s Urban Development Review Board on January 17. The project, strategically located between Miami Design District and Edgewater, involves a 19,292-square-foot site at 445 and 455 Northeast 36th Street and extends to 3618 and 3630 Northeast. Fifth Ave. Currently occupied by four small apartment buildings, the site is conveniently positioned south of Interstate 195 along the exit ramp.
Two developers are spearheading an affordable housing venture in Broward County. The Urban League of Broward County and the Harris Chapel United Methodist Church want to move ahead with the Villages at Oakland Park, a mixed-use housing development on a 19.4-acre plot.
Miami-based real estate development firm Clara Homes, founded by James Curnin, has announced the closure of a $7.7 million deal for a residential development site in Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood. The site at 2601 Northwest 6th Avenue spans 17,000 square feet and is planned for a 154-residence luxury rental building dubbed Clara Wynwood. The building, designed by architect Kobi Karp, is set to include at least 40% affordable workforce housing, aligning with the Live Local Act. Jordan Karp, an independent broker, represented Clara Homes in this transaction, while the seller, men’s clothing wholesaler Austin Burke, was represented by Jeremy S. Larkin and Joseph R. Gallaher.