Bentley Residences. Designed by Sieger Suarez Architects. Courtesy of ArX Solutions USA LLC.

Dezer Development Announces 749-Foot-Tall Bentley Residences In Sunny Isles Beach

The Sunny Isles Beach area will be gaining another luxury-branded tower sometime in the near future, which seems to be all the craze in Miami’s high-end residential space these days. Dezer Development, the triumphant developer behind Porsche Design Tower and Residences by Armani/Casa, officially announced a new partnership with luxury automaker Bentley Motors to develop a 749-foot-tall residential skyscraper along the Sunny Isles oceanfront.

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830 Brickell. Designed by Adrian Smith + Gordon Hill Architecture

830 Brickell Plaza Approaches The Half-Way Mark In Miami’s Financial District

Construction is now approaching the half-way mark at 830 Brickell Plaza, a 57-story office tower in the Brickell neighborhood, Miami’s Financial District bordering Downtown and Riverside. Adjacent to the Eight Street light rail station, the 724-foot-tall skyscraper is designed by renown architectural firm Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture and developed by OKO Group.

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Downtown 5th. Photo by Oscar Nunez | @ Skyalign

Exterior Work Progresses At Melo Group’s 51-Story Downtown 5th

Exterior work is progressing at Downtown 5th, two twin 51-story residential towers addressed as 25 NE 5th Street and 55 NE 5th Street in Miami’s Central Business District. The 1,422,969-square-foot structure rises to is designed by Melo Architecture and developed by Melo Group, yielding 1,042 units and approximately 12,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space. Melo’s in-house team is handling leasing and marketing for the residences, which range from one-to-three bedroom floor plans, including several duplexes and penthouse level units. The development is bounded by NE 5th Street to the south, NE 6th Street to the north, NE 1st Avenue to the west and N Miami Avenue to the east and is walking distance from the American Airlines Arena and Miami Central Station.

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Naranja. Courtesy of Modis Architects

Permits Filed For 13924 SW 260th Street In Naranja, Miami

Permits have been filed for the redevelopment of 13924 SW 260th Street in Naranja, a multi-unit affordable housing complex owned by Miami-Dade County. The site is bounded by SW 260th Street to the north, SW 139th Avenue to the east, Bauer Drive to the south and SW 139th Court to the west. The current development at this location features 116 units within 30 two-story buildings, and the applicant is proposing to redevelop the site into 8 three-story buildings yielding 273,318 square feet of residential space across 276 units. Arthur Mays & Naranja Master Tenant, LLC is listed as the owner of the application. 

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Podium Level and Upper Floors at Society Biscayne. Photo by Oscar Nunez | @Skyalign

Society Biscayne At 400 Biscayne Boulevard Continues Ascent In Downtown Miami

Construction is making steady progress at Society Biscayne designed by Sieger Suarez, a 571-foot-tall mixed-use skyscraper rising in Downtown Miami. Developed by Property Markets Group and Greybrook Realty Partners, the 49-story tower is located at the south-east corner of Biscayne Boulevard and NE 5th Street. The site is addressed as 400 Biscayne Boulevard, sitting directly across the street from Bayside Marketplace and just steps away from the American Airlines Arena. This development also happens to be one of the largest to rise in the current building boom, adding a total of 951,573 square feet of real estate to the city of Miami.

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