The highly anticipated Waldorf Astoria Hotel & Residences has been submitted to Miami’s Urban Development Review Board for approvals. With the application now made public, specific details and new renderings have been revealed for Miami’s first supertall skyscraper. New York City and Miami-based Property Markets Group and Canada-based Greybrook Realty Partners are planning on building a 93-story mixed-use building designed by Sieger Suarez Architects in collaboration with Carlos Ott. The tower would rise 1,036-feet, or 1,048-feet above sea level, and span 1,608,457 square feet across 9 glass offset cubes including 461 residential units, 205 hotel rooms, high-end amenities and 1,321 square feet for commercial uses; an adjacent structure of 431,862 square feet will built for 694 parking spaces.
The Primrose is a new residential venture coming to Santa Rosa, FL. The 288-unit luxury complex began construction earlier this year and will conclude in 2022.
Core formwork has reached several levels above ground on NATIIVO, a 51-story mixed-use building under construction at 601 Northeast 1st Avenue in Downtown Miami. The 588-foot-tall structure is designed by international architecture firm Arquitectonica and developed by Sixth Street Miami Partners LLC. The development is planned to yield nearly 932,859 square feet of combined space between a mix of dwelling and lodging units, office spaces, retail venues and a parking garage. Located just south of the Miami Worldcenter complex, the property is bounded by Northeast 1st Avenue to the west, Northeast 6th Street to the south and Northeast 2nd Avenue to the east.
Exterior work has appears to have reached completion on Wynwood Square, a 12-story mixed-use building located at 2201 North Miami Avenue in Wynwood. Designed by Canada-based architecture firm Stantec and developed by Los Angeles-based CIM Group together with One Real Estate Investment, the project yields approximately 276,000 square feet of space including 257 residential units across two towers, nearly 54,000 square feet of office space and 25,000 square feet of retail with a parking component fit for 480 vehicles.
Monroe Place is an 80-unit affordable housing community for residents over the age of 55 years old, GrowthSpotter reports. Construction will start next year.