Miami-Dade County’s Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources will consider the general site development plan resubmitted for 888, an 81-story supertall mixed-use skyscraper propped for 888 Brickell Avenue in the heart of Miami’s Brickell Financial District. Designed by Studio Sofield with ODP Architecture & Design as the architect of record and solely developed by Michael Stern’s JDS Development Group, the 1,048-foot-tall structure is planned to provide 1,178,568 square feet of space including 259 residential units, 52,144 square feet of health/fitness, 38,727 square feet of food and beverage, and 273 parking spaces operated by a valet. The application is pursuant to Section 33C-15 of the County Code of Ordinances for the Property, filed on October 4, 2022.
Construction has officially started on the Manatee County Logistics Center in Bradenton, Florida. The $303 million venture requires more than 550,000 square feet of new construction and will comprise industrial space.
New York-based INOA Architecture released updated renderings for 404NW1 Condominiums, a 9-story residential building proposed for 404 Northwest 1st Avenue in Flagler Village, Fort Lauderdale. Designed alongside locally-based Peacock Architects as the architect of record and developed by Brooklyn-based New Leaf Development, the approximate 128-foot-tall structure is planned to contain 85,505 square feet of space including 25 condominium units, ground floor retail, and a parking garage. Andres Montero Landscape Architecture designed the landscaping surrounding the development, which is located adjacent to Northwest 4th Street, just north of the Downtown corridor.
Jade Boynton Beach is a new mixed-use development that could start construction in summer 2023. The multi-million venture will offer a community with 423 multi-family homes and more than 250,000 square feet of office, recreational, and commercial space.
SoLé Mia, the 184-acre master-planned community in North Miami, broke ground on a world-class medical center by UHealth – University of Miami Health System. Once completed, it will be UHealth’s largest outpatient medical facility. UHealth at SoLéMia is a major steppingstone in the 15-year development plan for the site, which is slated to have more than 15residential developments, complemented by lifestyle retail and open space-acreages, including SoLé Mia’s iconic 7-acre lagoon. SoLé Mia is being developed by Oleta Partners, a joint venture between significant developers LeFrak and Turnberry.