A new mixed-use retail/residential building is coming to Miami, FL. Morningside Place is a three-story building that in total comprises over 51,000 square feet of new construction.
Ground breaking has yet to begin for E11EVEN Hotel & Residences, a 65-story residential and hospitality building anticipated to rise in the Park West neighborhood of Greater Downtown Miami. Located at 20 Northeast 11th Street between North Miami Avenue and Northeast 1st Avenue, the project is designed by Sieger Suarez Architects and is being developed by Miami and New York City-based Property Markets Group alongside E11EVEN Partners. Already recognized as one of the fastest selling developments in the past decade for Miami, the tower is planned to rise 698-feet yielding 375 fully-furnished residences, including a Penthouse collection and 2 Presidential suites.
After being in the construction phase since 2019, the Ray has finally ceased construction and commenced operations. The $26.5 million hotel comprises over 220,000 square feet of new construction.
The Architectural Appearance Committee of Pompano Beach will review renderings and design proposals for Haborside at Hidden Harbour, two 8-story mixed-use buildings wrapping around the southeast corner of North Federal Highway and Northeast 16th Street near Pompano Beach Airport. Designed by MSA Architects for for Palm Beach Gardens-based developer Southern Marinas, the development will yield 536,337 square feet of space including 271 residential units, 13,539 square feet of commercial/retail space and 512 parking spaces. The property is located on the western end of the Caliban Canal, also known as the Hidden Harbour Marina, and approximately addressed as 1530 North Federal Highway.
The City Commission of Miramar has approved rezoning efforts from Dallas-based Trammell Crow Residential, which rezones two parcels of land totaling 17.16 acres located on the northwest corner of Miramar Parkway and Southwest 145th Avenue in Broward County. First reported by The Real Deal, the Commission unanimously voted to rezone the development site from Community Business (B2) to Mixed-Use Low (ML), that of which includes an existing 4-story office building and the 9-acre section of land that the developer intendeds to improve with two 6-story residential buildings called the Alexan Miramar.