Westfield Broward Mall, known colloquially to residents as “the Broward Mall,” opened its doors in 1978––just 12 years before its largest competitor, Sawgrass Mills Mall, commenced operations. Now, after serving Plantation, FL, for nearly 40 years, the property has been surrendered to its lender.
A ground breaking schedule has been announced for The District, a 37-story mixed-use skyscraper set to rise at 225 North Miami Avenue in Downtown Miami. Developed by the Related Group and designed by Sieger Suarez Architects with interiors by the Meshberg Group, the structure should rise to 394-feet and yield 343 units, bounded by bounded by NE 3rd St. to the north, NE 1st Ave, to the east and NE 2nd St. to the south. The developer has unveiled ground breaking will occur in Q4 of 2021, which is later this year.
Recently, YIMBY posted on a pair of twin towers previously known as Island Bay proposed by the Melo Group, one of the most active high-end residential real estate developers in all of Miami. Just days later, the developer has officially launched sales on the south tower of the project, now officially known as Aria Reserve Miami, which is set to rise on 5-acres of land addressed as 700 Northeast 24th Street in Edgewater, Miami. The floor count has been bumped up to 62-stories and the towers should rise to 649-feet above sea level, granting the development the title of the tallest waterfront residential twin buildings in the country, yielding a total of 782 residences.
Legacy Hotel & Residences, a $178 million project, is currently in its “permitting” phase, according to the Construction Journal. Per the development’s website, the luxury complex features a one-acre pool deck, rooftop bar, and 50,000-square foot medical clinic.
Developers Terra Group, lead by David Martin and GFO Investments, lead by Russel Galbut, have started sales on their upcoming condo tower titled Five Park, a 48-story skyscraper that will soon hold the title of the tallest building in all of Miami Beach. Addressed as 500 Alton Road, the structure is anticipated to rise 519-feet, towering over the entrance to South Beach. Designed by Arquitectonica with Gabellini Sheppard handling interiors, the development will yield approximately 278 residences and nearly 40,000 square feet of amenities.