Barnett Villas Family Gardens seeks to provide 156 units spread across five, three-story buildings. Prospective residents can choose from 60 one-bedroom units, 84 two-bedroom units, and 12-three bedroom units.
Plans have been submitted to Miami’s Urban Development Review Board for MRP6, a 36-story office tower to be located at the intersection of South Miami Avenue and Southwest 3rd Street in Downtown Miami. Designed by world-renown architecture firm Arquitectonica for developer KAR Properties, the structure will rise approximately 500-feet and yield 959,409 square feet of space including 462,492 square feet of office space, 6,000 square feet of ground floor retail and 762 parking spaces. Iris Escarra of Greenberg Traurig LLP is listed as the representative for the developer in the application.
Microsoft is officially expanding their presence in Miami as the tech industry continues to grow within the city. They have has announced that the company will be taking up 50,000 square feet of office space at the 55-story 830 Brickell, a 724-foot-tall Class A office tower currently under construction in the city’s Brickell Financial District. Rising as the first office tower to be built in the city in over a decade, the developers behind the efforts are OKO Group and Cain International, the duo behind several new projects in Miami such as Una Residences and Missoni Baia. The developers were represented by the Cushman & Wakefield team of Brian Gale, Ryan Holtzman and Andrew Trench. Microsoft was represented by Alexander Brown, Executive Vice President with Colliers International.
Alta at Health Village is nearing the end of its construction phase. General contractor Wood Partners began work on the project in April 2020. Ideally, it will commence operations in December 2021.
YIMBY spotted a new series of exterior and interior renderings depicting Selene Oceanfront Residences, Kobi Karp’s upcoming two-tower luxury residential development at 151 North Seabreeze Boulevard in Central Beach, Fort Lauderdale. The slender curved glass-clad structures are slated to rise 26-stories each, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway, nestled in between Alhambra Street and Sebastian Street on the north and south and North Birch Road to the west. Palm Beach County-based Kolter Urban is developing the 196-unit project, which is expected to break ground this November and projecting to yield sprawling two and three-bedroom for-sale residences, an opulent outdoor amenity deck and a 5300-square-foot oceanfront restaurant venue. At 300-feet above sea level, the pair of towers will become the tallest structures along Fort Lauderdale Beach.