The Adler Group has submitted an application to the Urban Development Review Board seeking site plan approvals for Nexus Riverside, a 36-story multi-family residential tower proposed for 230 Southwest 3rd Street at the 3-acre Riverside Center project in Downtown Miami. The first phase of the development is this 376-foot-tall residential tower, which according to the application, will now yield 428 dwelling units and related amenities, as well as a 505-vehicle parking garage and 3,631 square feet of ground floor retail.
According to Unicorp National Developments Inc., Glasshouse at O-Town West brings a “level of sophistication to Orlando that no other apartment community offers.” Construction is ongoing on the development, which commenced construction in August 2020, per the Construction Journal.
An new application is under review by Miami’s Urban Development Review Board seeking approvals to develop Ambienta Brickell, an 8-story mixed-use building proposed to rise at 3025 Southwest 3rd Avenue and 3051 Southwest 3rd Avenue just south of Brickell in the Coral Way neighborhood of Miami. Designed by renown design firm Revuelta Architecture International and developed by Chile-based Ambienta Inmobiliaria – listed as Ambienta Brickell Corporation- the plans for the development call for a 102,817-square-foot structure that will yield 79 residential units, 1,195 square feet of office space, 912 square feet of ground floor retail and 120 parking spots.
Vicar’s Landing at Oak Bridge is a $162 million venture that will wrap up construction in May 2022. The project’s conception began back in 2018, per the Construction Journal. Plans are underway for a 60-unit assisted living/memory care facility, as well as 175 residential units. In total, the development will require 21,000 square feet of new construction.
A utilities deal was recently signed between Kevin Lalezarian, on behalf of Miami World Towers LLC, and Miami-Dade County, to connect the proposed 53-story Miami World Tower to the city’s water and sewage system. As per the agreement, the first phase of the development, which is designed by NBWW Architects, will include 565 residential units and a 3,000-square-foot full service restaurant venue. The skyscraper is planned to rise 579-feet within the greater 27-acre Miami Worldcenter development in the Park West neighborhood of Downtown Miami, and is addressed as 700 Northeast 1st Avenue. Lalezarian Properties of New York is the developer