SkyRise Miami; designed by Arquitectonica.

Berkowitz Development Group Cancels Plans For 1,049-Foot-Tall Skyrise Miami Entertainment And Observation Tower

Berkowitz Development Group, lead by Jeff Berkowitz, has announced the cancellation of their plans to build Skyrise Miami, a 1,049-foot-tall entertainment and observation tower that was planned to rise beside Bayside Marketplace along Biscayne Bay. Having been an extremely controversial tower for district, the developer had been planning for the development for nearly a decade, attempting to add a striking and skyline-impacting tower to Downtown Miami’s cityscape. Designed by Arquitectonica, Skyrise Miami was going to feature various attractions such as Skyplunge, Skydrop, Skyrise Flying Theater, multiple types of observation decks and event and meetings spaces as well.

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Nexus Riverside. Designed by NBWW Architects.

The Adler Group Moves Forward With Phase One Of The Redevelopment Of Miami’s Riverside Center

Miami-based developer Adler Group has made another stride forward with their plans to redevelop Miami’s Riverside Center, a 3-acre multi-building mixed use development located along the Miami River addressed as 230 Southwest 3rd Street and 444 Southwest 2nd Avenue. A deal was just recently inked with Miami-Dade County at the cost of $603,586.50 to connect the development to the city’s utilities. The deal will allow the connection for 430 residential units, 286,000 square feet of office space and a 14,000-square-foot full service restaurant. NBWW Architects is design architect for the project.

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NATIIVO. Designed by Arquitectonica.

NATIIVO Prepares To Go Vertical As FAA Approves Two Tower Cranes For 601 NE 1st Avenue

The Federal Aviation Administration has granted approvals for the installation and use of four tower construction cranes at 601 Northeast 1st Avenue, the address for the upcoming NATIIVO, a 51-story, 588-foot-tall mixed-use skyscraper set to rise on the northeast corner of NE 1st Avenue and NE 6th Street in Downtown Miami. The tower is designed by Arquitectonica with interiors being handled by Urban Robot Associates, and developed by Sixth Street Miami Partners LLC which is owned by the Galbut Family. The tower is expected to yield 932,839 square feet of space and intends to service the home-sharing and short-term-rental industry.

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