Two Roads Development (Two Roads), the developer behind a multitude of successful large scale residential projects in South Florida including the 57-story Elysee Miami and the 52-story Biscayne Beach towers, has unveiled several details on their plans to redevelop a massive 149,000-square-foot bay front property in Edgewater. Poised to become their third development in the neighborhood, the firm is undertaking an ambitious effort to erect three mammoth luxury residential skyscrapers at 2121 North Bayshore Drive. The property is currently improved with the aging 11-story Biscayne 21 Condominium, completed in 1964, and is set to be replaced by structures reaching the maximum allowed FAA height of 649-feet.
Bridge Point Cold Logistics Center is a 12,000-square-foot facility is planned for Hialeah, Florida. The warehouse will provide high-tech refrigeration systems on a 20.16-acre property. Plans include 46 trailer parking stalls, over 200 parking spots, 49 docks, and various truck ramps.
Wynwood’s Design Review Committee has received plans for the Krymwood Hotel, an 8-story mixed-use building proposed to be constructed at 176 Northwest 28th Street. The project would be located in the heart of the neighborhood, near the Wynwood Walls with frontages on both Northwest 28th and 29th streets, bound by Northwest 2nd Avenue to the west and Northwest 1st Avenue to the east. Designed by New York City-based architecture firm MKDA for Florida Art Services LLC, a joint venture between developer Michael Krymchantowski and QKapital Group, the development would rise 123-feet and comprise 72,369 square feet of new construction including 60 units mixed between residential and lodging uses. The ground floor would have 4,903 square feet of commercial space and there would no parking for vehicles.
Uptown Sky is currently undergoing construction in Tampa, Florida. Sitework began in late 2021 with NDC Construction company operating as the general contractor. Upon its anticipated completion in January 2023, the community will deliver 61 affordable housing units.
Lotus House, a nonprofit shelter in Miami’s historic Overtown district, is growing its suite of supportive services with the creation of a “Children’s Village” designed by Behar Font & Partners that will feature deeper educational supports and programming for children and youth of all ages, community support facilities, therapeutic and social services, and a long awaited playground. The Children’s Village will also serve as home to other community-based nonprofits, offering an array of resources and programming for children and youth and their families in Overtown and surrounding neighborhoods.