Developers hope to move forward with the Evergreen Townhomes, a multi-million-dollar residential development. Right now, the venture’s still in its infancy. However, when completed, it’ll offer 40 units across seven two-story buildings.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) received building permit applications for a 294-foot-tall building to be constructed in the emerging Magic City Innovation District. Coordinates listed in the filings align with a 25-story residential tower at 6001 Northeast 2nd Avenue designed by Arquitectonica that was unanimously approved by Miami’s Urban Development Review Board (UDRB) back in November 2021. Parcel 11, the current naming scheme for the project, is proposed to bring 522,806 square feet of space including 349 luxury residential units, 13,010 square feet of retail space, and an adjacent connected parking and amenities structure with 393 vehicle spaces. The developer is MCD Miami LLC, a joint venture partnership between real estate developer Plaza Equity Partners, brokerage firm Metro 1, and investment firms Luna Rouge and Dragon Global.
Wynwood Urby is a multi-million-dollar mixed-use venture coming to Miami-Dade County, Florida. Both Ironstate Development and Brookfield Properties have partnered on the venture. The eight-story building comprises more than 370,000 square feet of new construction, featuring over 280 residential units.
Denver-based real estate developer AIMCO has filed plans to Miami-Dade County planners requesting a shoreline review for a 60-story residential tower in Edgewater. The building would be located across the street from Hamilton on the Bay, also owned by AIMCO, occupying several parcels of land between 560 – 640 Northeast 34th Street. Plans call for the development of a 650-foot-tall structure with 241 dwelling units, 4,696 square feet of commercial space for a restaurant and a new 8-story parking garage for 380 vehicles. Stantec is both the architect and civil engineer. Kimley-Horn is the traffic engineer. Urvanx is the interior designer of record and landscaping will be handled by MAKwork.
RCC Developers hopes to start construction on a new mixed-use project in Miami-Dade County, Florida. It acquired the 1.17-acre site for $850,000 in 2021. There are no structures on the build site, so plans do not call for demolition.