57 Ocean. Rendering courtesy of DBOX.

Arquitectonica-Designed 18-Story ’57 Ocean’ Condominium Sells Out As Development Reaches Completion

Construction is now complete at 57 Ocean, an 18-story condominium tower at 5775 Collins Avenue in Mid Beach, Miami Beach. Designed by renown architecture firm Arquitectonica and developed by Multiplan Real Estate Asset Management, the ultra-luxury residential development yields 69 units featuring interiors by Brazil-based Anastassiadis Arquitetos and penthouse units curated by Sofia Joelsson Design. The project made major headlines recently with the announcement of the sell out of inventory, including the sale of the pristine $36 million full-floor penthouse and in conjunction with obtaining a temporary certificate of occupancy.

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Downtown 1st. Designed by Melo Architecture.

Melo’s 57-Story ‘Downtown 1st’ Superstructure Continues Vertical Ascent In Downtown Miami

Construction is rising rapidly on Downtown 1st, a 57-story mixed-use building under construction in Downtown Miami’s Central Business District. Developed by the Melo Group, one of the most active real estate developers in South Florida, and designed by their in-house architects, Melo Architecture, the development consists of approximately 743,073 square feet of new construction including nearly 500,000 square feet of residential space across 560 dwelling units, 12,930 square feet of office space, 2,925 square feet of ground floor retail, and 453-vehicle parking garage. The project is addressed as 30 Southwest 1st Street, and will become Melo’s tallest rental skyscraper at completion. 

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Flagler Towers. Designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects.

Frisbie Group’s RAMSA-Designed Flagler Towers Proposed To Rise 379-Feet In West Palm Beach

Palm Beach-based real estate developer Frisbie Group has filed applications with the Federal Aviation Administration seeking approvals for Flagler Towers, two 27-story residential buildings planned to rise at 1315 South Flagler Drive along the Intracoastal Waterway in West Palm Beach. The applications indicate the developer intends to build 379-foot-tall structures, featuring designs by New York City’s Robert A. M. Stern Architects, replacing an existing 57-year-old 83-unit student housing complex named Flagler Tower. The pair of towers would rise just north of Norton Gallery Park, bound by South Olive Avenue, Diana Place and Currie Crescent.

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