The developers behind the proposed Miami Freedom Park have submitted a revised master plan and new renderings to city planners for review. Arquitectonica is listed as the architect with ArquitectonicaGEO as the landscape architect and Miami Freedom Park, LLC (MFP) is the developer for the 72-acre property at 1400 – 1550 Northwest 37th Avenue in Grapeland Heights beside Miami International Airport. The property is solely owned by the City of Miami, and is leased to MFP for 99-years with the intent of developing a world-class 25,000-seat Major League Soccer stadium for Inter Miami CF, a 600,000-square-foot Soccer Village with food, beverage and retail venues, 750 hotel rooms, 400,000 square feet of office space, and 5,100 parking spaces.
In early 2021, developers received permission from the Miami Beach Historic Preservation Board to start construction on a new high-rise venture. Per the Real Deal, the 221-foot-tall tower will offer 56 hotel rooms and 23 luxury condos.
Integra Investments, the Miami-based real estate investment and development company — through its affordable housing development division, Interurban, LLC — in a joint venture with Elderly Housing Development & Operations Corporation (EHDOC), a national non-profit organization dedicated to developing and managing senior affordable housing, announced the completion of the 271-unit elderly affordable housing development — Mosaico. The development provides much-needed subsidized housing in the City of Miami amid Miami-Dade’s housing crisis.
Kobi Karp’s 12-story The Gateway at Wynwood – one of the latest new boutique office buildings to complete in Miami’s Wynwood area – has landed three new-to-market tenants occupying nearly 14,000 square feet in total. New York-based R & B Realty Group, led by CEO Aron Rosenberg, developed the 195,000-square-foot Class-A office project along with Plaza Construction as the general contractor, and opened up for occupancy earlier this year. The Gateway at Wynwood is located at 2916 North Miami Avenue, tucked on the northwest corner of the intersection with Northwest 29th Street. Colliers’ Executive Managing Director Stephen Rutchik, Managing Director Tom Farmer and Director Tyler de la Pena represented the development in the office lease transactions.
Developers hope to move forward with Vistera of Venice, a $250.8 million residential development in Venice, Florida. The community will offer 665 units, mostly comprising townhomes and condos.