YIMBY recently visited the sites of WYND 27 and WYND 28, two mixed-used buildings of 5 and 8 stories currently under construction at 127 Northwest 27th Street and 129 Northwest 26th Street in Wynwood, Miami. Both designed by Arquitectonica and developed by New York City’s Kushner Companies in collaboration with Miami-based Block Capital Group, the project will yield a combined 152 luxury residential units, 46,000 square feet of office space, 33,500 square feet of retail, 232 parking spaces and featuring a courtyard and three roof decks. Beauchamp Construction is the general contractor for both structures.
If everything goes as planned, Hotel Indigo will be Panama City’s first waterfront hotel, according to WJHG. The 124-unit hotel will rise five stories above grade.
Chicago-based architectural firm Perkins&Will has been selected as the winner of the City of Jacksonville Riverfront Plaza (FKA The Landing) Design Competition. The City’s Professional Services Evaluation Committee (PSEC) announced the winner on July 22nd during its Special PSEC meeting, deeming them as the highest scorer of the three competitors. The winner was up against Agency Landscape + Planning and OLIN, winning by a small margin.
Developer Blake Investment Partners has received approvals from the Federal Aviation Administration to move forward with the proposed Blake Tower, a 261-foot-tall condominium tower spanning 20 stories and yielding 51 residential units with 10,400 square feet of ground floor retail and up to 111 enclosed parking spaces. Designed by Antunovich Associates, the building will be divided in to 16 residential levels a top a 4 level consisting of the parking component, the commercial spaces and the lobby. The property is addressed as 114 4th Street South in Downtown St. Petersburg, bound by 2nd Avenue South to the south, 3rd Street South to the east and Pinellas Trail to the north.
Marie Selby Botanical Gardens is a 15-acre conservation and research center located in Sarasota, FL. Now, after being in operation for almost 50 years, the center is expanding.