Total demolition permits have been issued for an unfinished concrete parking structure at 530 Northwest 1st Court in the Overtown District of Downtown Miami. The 5-story structure has stood on the property since around 2008 and was supposed to support a 29-story office building once known as Logik Tower, which was cancelled due to financial constraints and the recession that proceeded. The interior lot spans 22,500 square feet and is bound by NW 1st Court. on the East, NW 6th Street on the North, and two vacant lots on the West addressed as 525 and 533 NW 2nd Avenue. The permit was approved on February 11, 2022 and marked active by the 14th with The BG Group LLC listed as the general contractor at the cost of $153,930.
SkyWay Lofts is expected to open in March 2022, according to the venture’s website. The two-building, mid-rise community will offer 16 one-bedroom units and 49 two-bedroom units, a total of 65 residences. Units come with energy-efficient appliances, kitchens, storage closets, and private bathrooms.
Sprouts Farmers Market, a popular Phoenix-based natural food supermarket chain, has inked a 24,014-square-foot commercial lease at Grove Central, a new 23-story mixed-use transit-oriented development currently under construction at 2780 Southwest 27th Avenue in Miami’s Coconut Grove neighborhood. The grocer’s newest Coconut Grove location is part of an expansion into Miami-Dade, marking its third store in the County with additional locations opening soon in Kendall and Homestead. Situated at the intersection of US-1 and 27th Avenue, the project is designed by Touzet Studio, a Miami-based design firm led by Carlos and Jackie Touzet in collaboration with architecture firm RSP Architects and Walter Meyer of New York’s Local Office Landscape Architecture.
Suwannee Pointe is an affordable housing development coming to Live Oaks, Florida. The 36-unit community features 16 one-bedroom homes and 20 three-bedroom homes. They range from 996 square feet to 1,190 square feet. Each home comes with two bathrooms.
Mast Capital has officially filed plans with Miami’s Urban Development Review Board for 1420 South Miami Avenue, a three-towered mixed-use development proposed to be constructed at the former site of Capital at Brickell. The property is bound by South Miami Avenue on the East, Southwest 14th Terrace on the South, Southwest 1st Avenue on the West, and Southwest 14th Street on the North, across the street from SLS Brickell, Infinity at Brickell and One Broadway. The development is comprised of 2,727,765 square feet of new construction including 1,255 residential units, 18,969 square feet of commercial space and 1,646 parking spaces. The three towers will rise approximately 604-feet, 691-feet, and 939-feet across 50, 59, and 80 stories. Arquitectonica is listed as the design architect with ArquitectonicaGEO as the landscape architect.