Aston Martin Residences. Photo by Oscar Nunez.

Aston Martin Residences Continues Ascent In To Downtown Miami’s Skyline

Construction continues to make progress on Aston Martin Residences, a 816-foot-tall, 66-story luxury residential skyscraper in Downtown Miami. Located at 300 Biscayne Boulevard Way, and rising on the northern mouth of the Miami River, the building is designed by BMA Arquitectos & Asociados and Revuelta Architecture International, and developed by G&G Business Developments in collaboration with Aston Martin. The development will yield 391 residential units, and is on track to soon become the city’s second tallest building. 

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Young Circle; designed by Zyscovich Architects.

Plans Submitted For Twin 35-Story Towers In Hollywood, Florida

Plans have been filed for two 35-story mixed use buildings at 1701 East Young Circle in Hollywood, Florida. Bounded by Tyler Street to the north, North 17t Avenue to the east, and Harrison Street to the south, the interior lot sits right across the street from Young Circle Park, and just a 5 minute drive away from Hollywood Beach. BTI Partners is listed as the owner of the applications under Young Circle Property, LLC.

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Miami-Dade County Civil and Probate Courthouse; designed by HOK.

The 474-Foot Civil Courthouse Set To Rise In Downtown Miami

The 92-year-old Miami-Dade County Courthouse at 73 Flagler Street may see a new neighbor rise across the street; the proposed 474-foot-tall, 23-story Miami-Dade County Civil and Probate Courthouse was approved by the Miami-Dade Rapid Transit Developmental Impact Committee back in February of 2021. Designed by HOK, the 537,968-square-foot courthouse building is anticipated to become one of the tallest governmental-use towers in Miami.

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