Leading real estate developers Related Group (Related) and Integra Investments – alongside premier brokerage One Sotheby’s International Realty – have officially launched sales on the East Tower of The St. Regis Residences, Miami, a pair of 47 and 48-story ultra-luxury residential towers planned to rise in Miami’s Financial District fronting Biscayne Bay. Located at 1809 Brickell Avenue in Brickell, one of the city’s most highly sought-after neighborhoods, the towers boast architectural and interiors designs by New York City-based visionaries Robert A.M. Stern Architects (RAMSA) and the Rockwell Group. The East Tower will contain 149 residences, of which all will be bathed in natural light and offer a subdued color palette with luxurious detailing, including light oak cabinetry, bronze fixtures, and a monumental stone-topped island. Master bathrooms include separate double vanities and powder rooms as well as opulent freestanding bathtubs. Homes will range from a 2,300 square foot two-bedroom to 8,900 square foot duplexes, with prices starting at $2,800,000.
Tampa-based real estate development firm Strategic PropertyPartners, LLC (SPP) recently announced that Water Street Tampa — the mixed-use development transforming 56 contiguous acres along the Downtown Tampa’s waterfront — has achieved LEED silver certification under the category of LEED® for Neighborhood Development: Plan, which focuses on the design of public spaces between buildings and how they will be used by people in the community. The United States Green Building Council awarded this certification to Water Street Tampa for the design of its walkable streets, tree-lined and shaded streetscapes, access to quality public transit, proximity between housing and jobs, and energy-efficient infrastructure, all part of Water Street Tampa’s commitment to employ sustainability and wellness-based design on a district-wide scale.
The Blake at LPGA is continuing construction in Daytona Beach, Florida. The $18.1 million venture started construction in 2021, with EBM Group, LLC serving as the general contractor. The assisted living facility’s expected to finish construction in late 2022.
Conceptual renderings have been released for 40-story, 550-foot-tall mixed-use building planned for 500 Bay Street East along the Northbank in Downtown Jacksonville, the site of the recently demolished Berkman Plaza II. Designed by Jacksonville-based KBJ Architects, who has over 70 years sculpting the Downtown skyline, and developed by PB Riverfront Revitalization of Jacksonville LLC, the building is being proposed as the potential second tallest tower in Jacksonville and would yield approximately 469 residential units including 250 apartments, 219 condos for sale and 25,000 square feet of ground floor retail. PB Riverfront managing member Park Beeler estimated the cost of the project at $170 million. Renderings were unveiled by the developer following the implosion of the previous structure, which stood on the property unfinished for 15 years.
Max Beach Resort (formerly known as “Max Daytona”) will open as a vacation destination on May 29, 2022. Originally, plans called for luxury condos. The 12-story building will feature one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom vacation rental units.