The Center for Arts and Innovation has selected the renowned Pritzker Architecture Prize–winning architect Renzo Piano to design its forthcoming multimillion-dollar creative campus, set to redefine downtown Boca Raton and establish a global hub for creative excellence. With Piano only accepting two to three new commissions a year, this partnership is a testament to The Center’s mission to transform Boca Raton into an internationally recognized destination for culture and technology, create a tremendous point of pride for residents, and reinvigorate the city’s rich history of innovation.
The end of 2023 could see the completion of Central Park Food Hall, a five-story venture in St. Petersburg, FL. Construction on the 27,700-square-foot development started in November 2021. Initially, the project was to measure three stories, slated to finish construction in 2022.
LCOR, a leading real estate development and investment firm, has revealed the first details of its newest full-service rental development, located at 1775 Biscayne Boulevard in Edgewater, Miami. Designed by ODP Architecture & Design with KAS designing interiors, the development will create 544 new premium rental residences, 50,000 square feet of amenity space, a 628-space onsite parking garage, and over 10,000 square feet of ground-floor retail. The proposed 42-story development, dubbed 1775 Biscayne, was recently submitted to the Miami Urban Development Review Board (UDRB).
Our sources point to an exciting venture emerging in downtown St. Petersburg. Reflection is an 18-story residential tower offering more than 80 residences. Per the venture’s website, there are eight unique floorplans to choose from, ranging from 1,168 square feet to 2,285 square feet each.
Tampa-based real estate development firm Strategic Property Partners, LLC (“SPP”) and the International WELL Building Institute (“IWBI”) today announced that Water Street Tampa, the transformative new lifestyle destination in Downtown Tampa, has achieved the WELL Community Certification at the Gold level, becoming the first neighborhood in North America to receive the prestigious distinction. Awarded by IWBI, the certification celebrates Water Street Tampa’s successful, strategic integration of design and policy decisions that promote health and well-being across all aspects of the neighborhood. Leading to this certification, Water Street Tampa was the first neighborhood in the world to pilot the WELL Community Standard in 2017.