Foundation work has begun for The Residences at 400 Central, a 46-story mixed-use building at 400 Central Avenue in Downtown St. Petersburg. Slated to become the city’s tallest building, the 515-foot-tall structure is designed by Miami-based Arquitectonica with interiors by Celano Design Studio and is being developed by New York City-based Red Apple Real Estate, led by John Catsimatidis. The project will yield 1.3 million square feet of space including 301 residential units, 35,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities, retail and restaurant space, Class A office space, and a rooftop observatory with a view from Tampa Bay to the Gulf of Mexico. This first stage of foundation construction is expected to be completed in the next few months, and vertical constriction is expected to begin in early 2023.
Construction on the Note could start later this year in Jacksonville, Florida. The residential development will offer 290 units, ranging from one-bedroom to three-bedroom units. The homes will be spread across three four-story buildings.
On October 19, Miami’s Urban Development Review Board will consider plans for The Edge, a 37-story mixed-use building proposed to rise at 456 Northeast 29th Street in Edgewater, Miami. Designed by Kobi Karp Architecture & Interior Design Inc. alongside Dieguez Fridman Arquitectos & Asociados and developed by a joint partnership between New York City-based real estate developers SB Development and Hazelton Capital Group under the Edgewater Owner, LLC, the approximate 465-foot-tall structure would yield 467,921 gross square feet including nearly 200,000 square feet of residential space spread across 96 units, 5,373 square feet of commercial space and an enclosed parking garage with 135 spaces. Kimley-Horn is listed as both the landscape architect and civil engineer.
Developers have released conceptual renderings of Parramore City Towers online, a mixed-use venture with a multi-million-dollar price tag. The project, which will reach completion in phases, will yield hotel rooms and 180 units––a mix of affordable housing and at-market homes.
Sumaida + Khurana and Bizzi & Partners, two internationally recognized real estate development firms, announced it will begin leasing and construction in the coming months for their new Class A+ office building designed by renowned Spanish master architect Alberto Campo Baeza alongside Cube 3 as the architect of record named The Fifth Miami Beach. This will be the first commercial building in the United States and the first building in Miami designed by Baeza, who won Spain’s National Prize for Architecture last year. It will also be the first new commercial building to be built in Miami Beach’s South of Fifth neighborhood in more than 15 years, located at 411 Michigan Avenue between 4th and 5th Streets. This summer, less than one year after acquiring the 21,000-square-foot site, Sumaida + Khurana and Bizzi & Partners received unanimous design approval from the Historic Preservation Board of Miami.