New York City-based JDS Development Group, one of the country’s leading companies in real estate development, has announced 80% of the inventory at Monad Terrace has been sold including all four penthouses. Designed by world-renowned design firm Ateliers Jean Nouvel, Monad Terrace is a high end residential development comprised of two structures of 7 and 14 stories, addressed as 1300 West Avenue and located along Biscayne Bay with it’s interior lot nestled between 13th Street and 14th Street. This sales milestone has been reached with the recent closing of one of the building’s crown jewels, the opulent PH-A, which sold for $11.8 million.
The City of Sunrise, home to Sawgrass Mills Mall, is expecting a new city hall. The current structure, which is a stark contrast to the updated buildings around it, will be demolished sometime within the next year. The new 100,000 square foot facility will serve as office space for city employees, utility offices, and local politicians.
Plans have been submitted to the Urban Development Review Board of Miami seeking approvals for Evvo House Miami Hotel, a 12-story mixed-use building to be located at 8001 Northeast Bayshore Court in the Upper East Side, Miami. The property’s interior lot faces Biscayne Bay to the east, bounded by the intersection between NE Bayshore Court. and NE 80st Street, also within close proximity to the John F. Kennedy Causeway along NE 79th Street that crosses over to Normandy Isles. 8001 Bayshore Group LLC, an affiliate company of Standard Partners LLC, is listed as the owner of the applications.
Los Angeles-based Black Lion Investment Group lead by CEO Robert Rivani has picked up yet another major piece of property in Miami; the Class-A retail venue Wynwood Arcade has been sold to the firm, purchased from East End Capital for a total of $13.5 million. The property is located at 50 Northwest 24th Street in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District, bounded by NW 23rd Street to the north and wedged between N. Miami Avenue and NW 2nd Avenue. The purchase follows another recent transaction from Black Lion who spent approximately $12.1 million on waterfront restaurant building Amara at Paraiso, previously owned by the Related Group.
Greenwich Studios was a sprawling movie set in its heyday. Now, after being sold for $10.5 million, the site could make way for new housing developments.