Miami’s Coral Gables neighborhood has been experiencing an uptick in active transit-oriented residential, office and mixed-use construction projects. Architectural designer and urban planner Aaron DeMayo recently photographed the area from above, capturing the immense amount of on-going construction and recently completed developments surrounding the Douglas Road Metrorail Station parallel to South Dixie Highway (US Highway 1) between Southwest 37th and 38th Avenues. Below are a number of relative major projects in the area varying in stages of construction, as well as a few that were recently completed.
Meet Bainbridge Sand Lake.The $100 million complex will offer 397 housing units. The units will be spread across multiple five-story buildings.
Construction is set to begin soon on Aloft Hotel, a new 14-story commercial building planned for 501 Southeast 24th Street in Poinciana Park, Fort Lauderdale. The project’s architect, Adache Group Architects, has announced work will…
The South Florida Business Journal reports that Restaurant Row is continuing construction. The venture will provide space for five restaurants.
Miami-based developer Mast Capital has acquired the 2.8-acre vacant development site addressed as 1420 South Miami Avenue for $103 million from Rega Center Miami Holdings. The site is located on the southern edge of the Brickell Central Business District and represents one of the last remaining raw parcels of land available zoned for rapid transit-oriented high-density development in the area. The developer submitted site plans for a massive master-planned project yielding 2.6 million square feet across three soaring towers, including an 80-story luxury condominium tower with 400 residences, and two multifamily towers of 50 and 60 stories with a combined total of 850 luxury apartments. Mast Capital partnered with private equity real estate firm Rockpoint for the acquisition, the third joint venture between the two firms this year.