Construction permits have been issued for 697 North Miami Avenue, a 40-story mixed-use building planned to rise behind the 43-story Caoba tower at the 27-acre Miami Worldcenter development in Park West, Downtown Miami. Designed by Cohen Freedman Encinosa & Associates and developed by the CIM Group, the structure would rise 413-feet as part of the second phase of Block G. Plans for the second tower include 473,330 square feet of new construction with up to 411 residential units and 4,103 square feet of retail space. There would be no need for additional parking as the building will share the garage already attached to Caoba. Kaufman Lynn Construction, Inc. is listed as the general contractor.
Brooks Rehabilitation is opening its second hospital in Jacksonville, FL. The $37 million venture will provide medical care to those recovering from strokes, spinal cord trauma, and other disabling conditions.
Miami-based Developer MV Real Estate Holdings (MVREH) and Coral Gables-based hospitality investment firm Driftwood Capital are pleased to announce Riverside Wharf, a $185 million – 200,000-square-foot hospitality-driven entertainment complex situated along the edges of the historic Miami River in Downtown Miami. Located at 114 Southwest North River Drive beside the I-95, the development is comprised of two 10-story towers that will offer a fully immersive Miami experience anchored by the highly amenitized 165-key Dream Miami luxury hotel by the internationally renowned Dream Hotel Group. The complex will represent the rebirth and expansion of existing The Wharf Miami, adding in 16,000 square feet of signature restaurants, a 12,000-square-foot event hall, a world-class 30,000-square-foot nightclub and rooftop day club, and a private marina capable of accommodating mega yachts.
Tamarac Village Phase II is continuing construction in Broward County, FL. The luxury apartment complex requires three phases to reach completion.
An application has been filed with the Development Review Committee seeking approval for the construction of 418 Lofts, a 53-unit residential development located at 418 Northeast 2nd Avenue in Flagler Village, Fort Lauderdale. The building is proposed to rise 311-feet on a vacant development site situated a block Northwest from the Greyhound Bus Station and just west of the proposed URBN Flagler Village project, bound by Northeast 4th Street to the south and Northeast 5th Street to the north with Northeast 3rd Avenue to the east. The Tamara Peacock Company Architects is onboard as the design architect with EDSA as the landscape architect and Flynn Engineering as the civil engineer. The owner of the application is 418 NE Ave LLC, an entity based in Brooklyn, New York and led by developer Joseph Scarpinito.