Miami’s Urban Development Review Board (UDRB) has received proposals for Motorsport Tower, a 13-story office building set to be developed on Parcel 8 of the emerging 17.75-acre Magic City Innovation District in Little Haiti. The 1.51-acre property is located near the southern boundary of the Little Haiti District along Northeast 4th Avenue and between Northeast 60th Street to the north and Northeast 59th Terrace to the south. Designed by Miami-based DB Lewis Architect-Thresholds Intl. and developed by Imperial Capital Group, LLC, an affiliate of Motorsport Network led by Mike Zoi, the development proposes 544,294 square feet of new construction including 206,352 square feet of office space, 79,676 square feet of commercial space, 390 parking spaces and 24 bicycle spaces.
A new rendering has surfaced of Legacy Hotel & Residences, a 51-story mixed-use building officially underway at 930 Northeast 1st Avenue within the 27-acre Miami Worldcenter. Designed by Kobi Karp Architecture & Interior Design Inc. with interiors by ID & Design International and developed by Royal Palm Companies, the near 1-million-square-foot structure is planned rise 690-feet and include 310 residences and 219 hotel rooms, 37,227 square feet of commercial space, 55,088 square feet of office space, over 140,000 square feet of wellness space, 482 parking spaces and 30 bicycle spaces. Moss & Associates LLC is listed as the general contractor.
Construction has ended on Delmar 745 Apartments, a residential complex in St. Petersburg, Florida. The 12-story building comprises 65 apartments, ranging from one-bedroom to two-bedroom units.
Palomino Gardens, a luxury 55+ community in Lake Worth, FL, is getting closer to completion. It will officially open in Summer 2022. The community offers more than 100 residences, ranging from one-bedroom to two-bedroom homes.
Strategic Property Partners (SPP) has unveiled the resort-style amenities at Asher, a new 22-story apartment tower at 1050 Water Street in Water Street Tampa, the 56-acre neighborhood transforming Downtown Tampa. Designed inside and out by renown architecture firm Morris Adjmi Architects, the 490-unit building offers a nod to Tampa’s industrial history with oversized divided-light windows that maximize natural light. The building also boasts a custom art collection curated by Adjmi’s team that showcases over 40 works by national and international artists.