The Federal Aviation Administration has received applications seeking approvals for The Gallery at West Brickell, a 321-foot-tall mixed-use project planned for 201 Southwest 10th Street in West Brickell, Miami. Designed by CM Design & Development and developed by Miami-based Related Group along with Miami-Dade County, the project would rise 29 stories at the northwest corner of Southwest 2nd Avenue and Southwest 10th Street, and yield approximately 465 income-restricted residential units, 2,238 square feet of office space, 2,338 square feet of retail and up to 529 parking spaces. The applications for the height approvals were submitted on October 28, 2021.
Holden Fort Lauderdale will provide over 200 residential units to seniors. It’s ten minutes north of Las Olas.
The Related Group, one of Miami’s most active real estate developers, is planning to launch sales soon for Casa Bella, a 60-story residential building at 1400 Biscayne Boulevard in Downtown Miami near the border of Edgewater. The development site is where Aubuerge Residences was once planned, a glass-clad tower with wave-like proportions designed by Arquitectonica. According to The Next Miami, Related is likely reusing the original plans for the newly named tower as the height, unit count and layout are nearly identical. Casa Bella is projected to yield over 300 luxury residences ranging from 1 – 5 bedrooms and a maximum of 6 units per floor featuring interiors by Piero Lissoni.
Miami’s Department of Buildings has received an application for demolition permits from Newgard Development Group for 99 Southwest 7th Street in Brickell, where the developer is planning to build three towers. The interior lot sits across the street from Brickell City Centre, spans over 70,000 square feet, and is currently improved with a 20,00-square-foot commercial structure. Little detail is known of the project as a whole, but we do know the first of the three towers will be known as Lofty Brickell, a 35-story mixed-use building containing branded condos, high-end apartments and a hotel. The structure would rise approximately nearly 400-feet over the Miami River and feature designs from Arquitectonica.
The Doro is a new mixed-used complex coming to Jacksonville’s Sport District. RISE General Contractors intends to finish construction by October 2023.