In 2018, Jackson Street Development, LLC filed an application for the construction of a multi-story mixed-use complex. The complex, named Nine Hollywood, will be 13 stories above grade and have 204 units. Each unit will be 521 square feet.
Construction continues on Grand Station Miami, a 31-story, 322-foot-tall residential tower located at 240 North Miami Avenue in Downtown Miami’s Central Business District. Designed by Zyscovich Architects with Frances Anillo Toledo listed at the architect of record, the building is being developed through a public-private venture between Grand Station Partners, a partnership including developer Rovr Development and former Yankee Alex Rodriguez’s A-Rod Corp, and the Miami Parking Authority. Ortega Construction Company is the general contractor; B&J Consulting Engineers is the structural engineer.
Applications have been filed for the development of two 164,435-square-foot logistics and distribution warehouse buildings in the Tamiami municipality of Miami-Dade County. Located east of the intersection of Northwest 13th Street and Northwest 129th Avenue, the interior lot sits just north of the Dolphin Expressway and across the street from an existing logistics center. Prologis 2, LP and Miami-Dade Expressway Authority are listed as the owners of the application, represented by Tracey Slavens of Holland & Knight LLP.
Miramar Self-Storage is coming soon to Broward County, FL. As of April 6, 2021, construction began on the three-story building located at in Miramar. The new building will be located on 2.10 acres of land and will hopefully be done either in quarter four of this year or sometime in 2022.
Construction continues to make progress on Aston Martin Residences, a 816-foot-tall, 66-story luxury residential skyscraper in Downtown Miami. Located at 300 Biscayne Boulevard Way, and rising on the northern mouth of the Miami River, the building is designed by BMA Arquitectos & Asociados and Revuelta Architecture International, and developed by G&G Business Developments in collaboration with Aston Martin. The development will yield 391 residential units, and is on track to soon become the city’s second tallest building.