National real estate development firm Continuum Company, in partnership with Aksoy Holdings, the Turkish developer behind The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Bodrum, has unveiled the Continuum Club & Residences. This new luxury bayfront condominium is in Miami’s North Bay Village and is set to rise at 1755 79th Street Causeway. The project marks the introduction of Continuum 2.0 – the second-ever Continuum branded residence. It is the latest addition to the Miami portfolio of visionary developer Ian Bruce Eichner, recognized in South Florida for his influential role in developing the iconic Continuum South Beach and transforming the South of Fifth neighborhood.
After topping off Fourteen Allapattah Residences in Miami, Neology Development Group is one step closer to completing its latest project. The $70 million venture started construction in November 2022, with JAXI Builders, Behar Font Architects, and designBAR on the development team.
A consortium of three visionary developers, Lionheart Capital, Leviathan Development, and Well Duo, is set to further transform the Miami Design District by introducing MIRAI Design District at 4200 NE 2nd Avenue. This groundbreaking mixed-use development, designed by super-star Architect Kengo Kuma and called the ‘inimitable Japanese architect” by Architectural Digest, promises to redefine elegance and simplicity in architectural design and become another world-class draw for Miami. The development marks the first mixed-use project in the United States by world-renowned Kengo Kuma and Associates (KKAA).
Brand Urban, a Manhattan-based retail real estate brokerage and advisory firm, has announced that maman, the acclaimed French-inspired café and bakery from co-founders Elisa Marshall and Benjamin Sormonte, will open a new 2,590-square-foot location at 830 Brickell. This 55-story, 640,000-square-foot Class A+ office tower in Downtown Miami’s Brickell Financial District is a joint venture between developers OKO Group and Cain International.
New York-based BAM Property Development has submitted plans to Fort Lauderdale’s Development Review Committee for a 14-story mixed-use building in the city’s Flagler Village neighborhood. Situated at 650 North Andrews Avenue and bordered by North Flagler Drive to the northwest, Northeast 7th Avenue to the north, and Northeast 1st Avenue to the east, the proposed 175-foot-tall structure is set to offer 469,680 gross square feet. This space allocation includes 215,350 square feet for residential purposes across 257 units, 74,585 square feet for amenities, tenant storage, common areas, and 11,400 square feet designated for retail use. The development also plans to feature an integrated parking garage with a capacity of 361 vehicles. The design team includes Idea Architects as the design architect, Architectural Alliance Landscape as the landscape architect, Flynn Engineering as the civil engineer, DC Engineers, Inc. as the traffic engineer, and Stephanie J. Toothaker, ESQ as the land use attorney. The project was set for review on November 28.