Prehistoric archaeological artifacts have been discovered at the site of Related Group’s 444 Brickell Avenue, where the developer is planning to build 3 mixed-use towers as high as 82-stories. The remains were uncovered during the demolition of the parking garage that once housed vehicles for the already-demolished U.S. Customs House. According to the Phase 1 Cultural Resource Assessment of the site, the parcel is located within Miami’s Archaelogical Conservation Zone, an area beginning around the mouth of the Miami River.
Applications have been submitted for the construction of a 4-story residential building at 1144 Marseille Drive in the Normandy Isle Historic District of Miami Beach. Located in between Rue Versailles Drive to the east and Rue Notre Dame to the west, the interior lot is located near the 71st Street bridge that crosses into the Atlantic Heights district. The Housing Authority Of The City Of Miami Beach is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Resorts Miami is a mixed-used development coming soon to the Omni District of Greater Downtown Miami. Per the Construction Journal, the complex will comprise three buildings that will measure 649 feet tall. The towers will also be 60 stories above grade.
A vacant 15,000-square-foot parcel of land in Arch Creek, North Miami may soon give rise to a new ground-up development. A 4-story residential project going by the name Colibri Apartments has been proposed for the site, anticipating a yield of 17 units. Designed by FieldAgency Architecture and developed by 18 Apartments LLC, the structure should rise on the interior lot addressed as 1790 Northeast 149th Street on the southwest corner of the intersection with NE 18th Ave.
In the aftermath of a Covid-19 pandemic, Florida is seeing a boom in convenience store development. But not just convenience stores: Wawas. Coming July 15, 2021, a new Wawa will open in Okeechobee, FL.