Downtown Miami’s iconic waterfront destination, The Wharf Miami, is preparing to bid farewell to its current chapter, making way for the transformative $185 million Riverside Wharf development. The forthcoming Riverside Wharf is envisioned as a more permanent incarnation of The Wharf’s vibrant essence. While The Wharf’s closing party is scheduled from September 15 to 16, anticipation for Riverside Wharf’s evolution is growing.
The developers of Mohawk at Wynwood have applied for a demolition permit, hoping to soon start sitework on the mixed-use venture. In July 2021, Florida YIMBY reported on the community, which at that time was to offer 225 units and 24,639 square feet of retail.
A partnership among Miami-based real estate investment firms Torose Equities, Lndmrk Development, and Terranova Corporation has acquired 255 Alhambra, an approximately 220,000-square-foot Class A office building in downtown Coral Gables. The acquisition gives the JV access to one of Miami’s most sought-after office submarkets. 255 Alhambra, located on 1.3 acres on Alhambra Circle, offers top-notch amenities, including floor-to-ceiling windows, a newly renovated lobby, and proximity to Coral Gables’ best restaurants and entertainment. The seller was an affiliate of Deutsche Bank/RREEF. The JV partners plan to further amenitize the property, building on the recent improvements and capitalizing on the demand for Class A office space in Coral Gables.
Cabi Developers has filed site plans for L’Isola, a commercial venture in Miami-Dade County. Sources report that the three-story commercial venture will comprise at least 14,000 square feet of new construction.
In a significant stride toward realizing their vision for a 40-story mixed-use tower, 2600 Biscayne Property, LLC, the joint venture between Oak Row Equities and Lndmrk Development, has secured FAA permits for installing two towering construction cranes at their upcoming project in Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood. These cranes are primed to ascend to 627 feet above ground, translating to a commanding 635 feet above mean sea level. This development’s vertical aspirations reflect a robust commitment to creating a remarkable addition to Miami’s urban landscape.