The developers of Miami’s upcoming first supertall skyscraper have unveiled the Sky Collection of residences at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel & Residences, a 1,049-foot-tall mixed-use development planned to rise 100 stories at 300 Biscayne Boulevard in Downtown Miami. The tower’s design features 9 offset glass cubes stacked upon one another, designed by Sieger Suarez Architects in collaboration with Carlos Ott for developers Property Markets Group (PMG), Greybrook Realty Partners, Mohari Hospitality and S2 Development. The Sky Collection is comprised of 40 luxurious residences featuring interiors designed by award-winning California-based design firm BAMO, priced from $4.9 million.
Lake Forest Elementary in Jacksonville, FL, closed in 2019. Now, the site will make way for affordable housing units.
One of Miami’s most active real estate developers, the Melo Group, is planning on developing four mixed-use towers at 1700 Biscayne Boulevard in the Arts & Entertainment District – previously known as the Omni District. According to The Real Deal, the developer is currently in contract to purchase the entire city block for $105 million in an all-cash deal, and will reportedly close some time later this month. The preliminary plans call for a complex of 60-story towers with a mix of condominiums and rental apartments with retail spaces across an assemblage spanning 3 acres.
Forte on Flagler is unfolding in Palm Beach County, FL. The ultra-luxury complex is a 24-story tower that will deliver over 40 multi-bedroom units.
Construction continues to rise on Metro Edgewater, a 32-story residential building underway at 452 Northeast 31st Street in Edgewater, Miami. Located in what is often referred to as the Paraiso District, the tower is designed by Pablo Burgos of Coral Gables-based architectural firm Burgos Lanza & Associates and is being developed by Metro Edgewater LLC, an entity linked to real estate company Prodesa International LLC led by Carlos Ortiz. The structure is expected to top out at approximately 373-feet and is planned to yield 520,638 square feet including 279 residential units, 4,230 square feet of retail and a parking garage for 300 vehicles.