A new batch of detailed-massing and aerial renderings have been revealed for two new towers at the MiamiCentral complex, a 3-million-square-foot mixed-use railroad station development located primarily addressed as 600 Northwest 1st Avenue in the western perimeters of Downtown Miami. The renderings reveal in more detail two nearly identical 848-foot-tall primarily residential skyscrapers spanning 83-stories each, potentially addressed and referred to as One MiamiCentral, featuring designs by Borges + Associates Architects and developed by prominent developer Florida East Coast Industries, the parent company of Brightline.
An application requesting approvals for the assemblage of a 710-foot-tall tower crane has been submitted to the Federal Aviation Administration on August 2, 2021 for 333 North New River Drive East, the development site for the 43-story Riverwalk Residences of Las Olas in Fort Lauderdale. Designed by Borges + Associates Architects and being developed by Atlanta-based Gables Residential, the mixed-use building is planned to rise 493-feet and yield approximately 670,000 square feet including 295 luxury residential units, 1,300 square feet of ground floor retail and as many as 340 parking spaces.
Belmont Village Coral Gables, an assisted living facility, is just one step closer to completion. The $50 million venture started construction in the second quarter of 2021 and will ideally open in the second quarter of 2023.
New in-depth details have emerged on the 749-foot-tall Bentley Residences planned to rise at 18401 Collins Avenue in Sunny Isles Beach. In a recent interview on Dezer Development’s Gil Dezer and Sieger Suarez Architects’ Charles M. Sieger with Dolce Luxury Magazine, the developer and architect spoke in more detail on the design and exterior as well as some interior features of the tower, which is on track to become the tallest residential building on a beachfront in the United States, yielding over 200 luxury units across 60 stories on 3.6 acres of waterfront property.
After being in the conception stage since 2018, the Gloria Drummond Patient Tower is now seeking site plan approvals. The $260 million venture seeks to expand Boca Raton Regional Hospital’s reach in the area.