The Design Review Board of Miami Beach will be reviewing applications received for the redesign of 940 71st Street, a single-story commercial building in the Normandy Isles neighborhood. Bounded by Rue Vendome to the west, 71st Street to the north and Beatriz Court to the south, the submitted plans call for the renovation of a 3,747-square foot space, that for many years operated as a restaurant, but has recently remained closed. Jerika Properties is the owner of the site and application for the redesign.
Construction on Hotel Maren, a 12-story luxury resort owned by Hilton, has continued construction as of April 2021. There will be 230,000 square feet of new construction and feature 137 units.
Excavation work is underway at 601 Northeast 1st Avenue, the site of a 51-story mixed-use tower known as NATIIVO in Downtown Miami. Designed by Arquitectonica and developed by Sixth Street Miami Partners LLC, a company owned by the Galbut Family, the development will yield 932,859 square feet a mix of residential, office, hotel and commercial spaces. Located just south of the Miami Worldcenter development, the site is bounded by Northeast 1st Avenue to the west, Northeast 6th Street to the south, Northeast 2nd Avenue to the east and Bezel at Miami Worldcenter to the north.
Applications have been submitted to the Design Review Board of Miami Beach for the proposal of a new 13-story residential tower at Flamingo Point in South Beach, Miami Beach. Located just north of 1508 Bay Road and along the waterfront, the building would rise on the northern end of the apartment complex, adjacent to an existing parking garage and Biscayne Bay to the east.
The Weitz Company, which was founded in 1855 and has over 10 offices nationwide, is constructing Florida Atlantic University’s new residence hall in Jupiter, FL. The three-story residence hall will have 165 beds and be…