YIMBY recently stopped by The Tampa EDITION Hotel & Residence, a 27-story mixed-use building at the recently completed first phase of Strategic Property Partners’ 56-contiguous-acre Water Street Tampa mixed-use development, addressed as 500 Channelside Drive (Hotel) and 1000 Water Street (Residence). The project was designed by Morris Adjmi Architects alongside Nichols Architects as the architect of record and contains 38 luxury residences and a 5-star, 172-key hotel with interiors appointed and curated by Roman and Williams via Ian Schrager’s EDITION luxury lifestyle brand. Suffolk Construction served as the general contractor for the 319-foot-tall tower, which completed construction earlier this year.
Southpointe Vista is underway in Miami, Florida. The residential community could start construction soon and cost nearly $123 million to complete. The community rests on a 3.46-acre build site. Sources note that at the time of publication, the venture had received approval from city officials.
Palm Beach, Florida-based real estate development and investment firm Kolter Urban announced the topping off of Bayso Sarasota, an 18-story luxury condominium tower located at 301 Quay Commons in the heart of The Quay Sarasota Waterfront District in Sarasota, Florida. Designed by SB Architects, Bayso Sarasota is the region’s latest luxury address offering 149 residences within the city’s Arts and Culture District, a walkable waterfront setting with proximity to marinas and top dining and entertainment destinations. Kast Construction is the general contractor for the project, slated for completion in Q3 2023.
Rivergrass Village is a hotly-contested venture unfolding near Collier County, FL. The 1,000-acre community will offer 2,500 single-family and multi-family homes. The Naples Daily News reports that the community will comprise anywhere from 62,500 square feet to 80,000 square feet of “neighborhood scaled retail and office uses.”
Aetna Realty, a fully integrated New York-based real estate investment company, has unveiled conceptual renderings of a potential redevelopment of 22 East Flagler Street in Downtown Miami. The 1.65-acre property comprises two parcels situated along South Miami Avenue between East Flagler Street and Southeast 1st Street and was once home to a Macy’s and now defunct Burdines department stores. The property boasts over 500,000 square feet of commercial space with its current improvements, which are two 75-year old multistory structures connected via a sky bridge hovering over South Miami Avenue. According to Aetna Realty, the property is primed to become another one of their crown jewels with two soaring skyscrapers spanning 50 to 55 stories.