An application is pending for the construction of Modern at Coconut Palm-II, a multi-family housing complex located in Miami, FL. The residence will be built in the Princeton Community Urban Center and is expected to…
Developers Royal Palm Companies and OneWorld Developers anticipate the construction of their proposal for the Legacy Hotel & Residences at the Miami Worldcenter development. Designed by Kobi Karp Architecture & Interior Design Inc., the mixed-use tower is expected to rise approximately 659-feet into the Miami skyline across 50 floors. According to the permit filing, the site is addressed as 930 Northeast 1st Avenue, sitting diagonally across from Paramount Miami Worldcenter.
Dan-Rico Properties, LLC is one step closer toward building Citrus Pointe, a housing development that is expected to have 16 multi-family units. The proposed complex will be located at 14200 Henderson Street, which is located in unincorporated Miami-Dade County. Upon completion, the building is expected to be four stories high and house 34 people.
A new 51-story mixed-use tower is destined to rise in Downtown Miami. The project’s official name is “Natiivo”, the first building purposefully designed for home-sharing, which is anticipated to rise to a full height of 588-feet. Addressed as 601 Northeast 1st Avenue, the corner plot of land in which the project is located is within Miami’s Central Business District. The developer, Sixth Street Miami Partners, LLC, an entity affiliated with the Galmut Family, has partnered with famed architectural firm Arquitectonica to design the building.
The City of Miami Planning and Zoning Department has approved the application for the development of Related Group’s mixed-use 37-story tower named “The District”. Addressed as 225 North Miami Avenue, the tower will rise to approximately 394-feet within Miami’s Central Business District at the southeast corner of N. Miami Ave. and Northeast 3rd Street. The development site is steps away from the American Airlines Arena and Bayfront Park, as well as the Government Center Metromover Station. The application was originally filed on August 8, 2020 under the Parcel C, LLC, an affiliate of Related Group.