ODP Architecture & Design has released new renderings of One Bayfront Plaza, a planned mixed-use supertall skyscraper projected to rise well over 1,000-feet at 100 South Biscayne Boulevard in Downtown Miami. The renderings were first spotted on the architects official website, listed as an ‘on-going’ 2,015,457-square-foot building of mixed-uses, meaning the design may not final just yet. Nonetheless, the new design is a major update from the previous iteration from Kohn Pedersen Fox approved in 2017. The 2.26-acre property is owned by Northwestern Capital Corporation, an affiliate of Florida East Coast Realty led by Tibor Hollo, who developed Miami’s current tallest building – the 868-foot-tall Panorama Tower. The new building will rise from the site of an existing 19-story, 530,000-square-foot office tower, built in 1958. The developer plans to demolish the structure, but demolition permits have yet to be filed for the site.
Construction began in February 2022 on Azure Oceanfront Residences, a luxury community offering 26 units. The units, comprising two-bedroom to five-bedroom models, start at $3.7 million each.
Today, the Development Review Committee of the City of Pompano Beach will consider a major site plan review for Ocean Park Beach Residences, a two-towered luxury residential building proposed to rise 19-stories at 1508 North Ocean Boulevard. Designed by G3aec and developed by Mount Vernon Property Holdings, LLC, an affiliate of Strategic Properties led by founder Tomas Sinisterra, the development is proposed to yield 28 luxury condominium dwelling units and approximately 3,044 square feet of commercial space. The vacant property spans a net 0.62-acres, or 27,045 square feet, and is bound by Northeast 16th Street on the North, North Ocean Boulevard on the West, the La Costa Beach Club Resort on the South and Public Kite Beach fronting the Atlantic Ocean on the East. Pompano Beach-based KEITH is the civil engineer.
Eden Arlington’s unfolding in Jacksonville, Florida, having started construction in October 2021. The 265 build-to-rent community will comprise homes ranging from one-bedroom to three-bedroom units, measuring 700 square feet to 1,300 square feet each.
Airspace obstruction permits have been approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for work on Flagler Towers, a twin-towered 27-story residential development in West Palm Beach comprised of two 373-foot-tall structures designed by New York City’s Robert A.M. Stern Architects (RAMSA) with Stantec as the executive architect and developed by Palm Beach-based Frisbie Group. Addressed as 1315 and 1401 South Flagler Drive, the planned development is comprised of 728,365 square feet of space including 100 condos and 9 townhomes, 10 suites for the guests of condo owners, a 312-space parking garage integrated into a multistory podium, and 8,184 square feet of restaurant space. The permits were approved as of March 8, 2022, and have an expiration date set for September 9, 2023, meaning activity could begin within the next 18 months. Plans for Flagler Towers were unanimously approved by the West Palm Beach City Commission earlier this year; construction is projected to reach completion by 2025.