Four retail concepts will be joiningthe already highly-anticipated roster of tenants slated to open at Miami Worldcenter, the $4 billion, 27-acre mixed-use development transforming the heart of Downtown Miami. The development’s ownership has completed leases with disruptor brand Savage X Fenty to open its first Florida location, as well as global brands lululemon and Ray-Ban, and New York-based Posman Books. Miami Worldcenter’s newest retailers, which are anticipated to open in 2023, expand the exceptional lineup of recently announced tenants including two food and beverage concepts opening soon by Michelin-star Chef Michael Beltran, Brasserie Laurel and El Vecino; Chicago’s Maple & Ash and etta restaurants; Sports & Social, a dining and entertainment concept; as well as other nationally recognized brands including Sephora, Bowlero, and Lucid Motors.
Fairmont Orlando is a $425 million venture slated for Orange County, Florida. General contractors hope to break ground in April 2023 and finish the job in early 2025. According to Hospitality Net, the seven-story venture will offer 550 guests rooms.
AKAI Estates, a 44-acre single-family home development in Southwest Ranches, Florida has officially broken ground. Located at 4730 Akai Drive, the development will consist of 16 ultramodern luxury estates that span between 7,000 to over 15,000 square feet within a fully-gated community, inclusive of cutting-edge amenities. AKAI Estates is conceptually designed by internationally acclaimed architect Vasco Vieira, founder and head architect of Portugal-based firm Vasco Vieira Arquitectos, alongside FSMY Architects + Planners as the architect of record. The groundbreaking occurred on October 20, with developers Alex Yokana, Jairo Vela, and Amos and Michael Sochaczevski present.
A new mixed-use venture recently secured approval in Dunedin, Florida. Sources report that the venture could start construction in November 2022. The general contractor could finish construction in fall 2024. Some sources call the project “Eastern Gateway,” although this hasn’t been officially confirmed.
Known as the “Venice of America,” Fort Lauderdale’s 300 miles of inland waterways are a flowing ribbon of serene Intracoastal with a mosaic of grand estates and passing mega yachts. This experience is the quintessential lifestyle of this particular locale, which has inspired the city’s first luxury branded residences on the Intracoastal with the introduction of EDITION Residences Fort Lauderdale. Presented by Miami-based real estate investment platform Location Ventures and Marriott International’s EDITION Hotels, sales have officially launched.