New construction permits have been filed for a 114-foot-tall, 8-story mixed-use development at 2431 Northwest 2nd Street in Wynwood, Miami. Developers Property Markets Group and Greybrook Realty Partners are once again partnering on another project, expanding their popular Society Living brand with Society Wynwood. According to the permit filing, the structure will yield 680,783 square feet of space including 318 residential units, 54,580 square feet and possibly 211 parking spaces across 2 levels. Sieger Suarez Architects is responsible for the design, and Moriarty Construction is the general contractor.
A new Holiday Inn Express is coming to Hollywood, FL. The $9.7 million venture intends to provide hotel rooms to those visiting the area. The project was previously delayed in June 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Federal Aviation Administration has granted approvals for the assemblage and use of a 297-foot-tall tower crane at 1765 North Miami Avenue, the address for the upcoming Wynwood Haus, a 20-story, 222-foot-tall mixed-use tower set to rise on the northeastern corner of N. Miami Ave. and NE 17th Terrace in Wynwood, Miami. The tower is designed by Corwil Architects with landscaping curated by Enzo Enea of Enea Garden Design, and developed by TSG Group and Lineaire Group. The tower is expected to yield 224 residences with approximately 5,500 square feet of ground floor commercial space and 222 parking spaces.
Key Platinum Properties is planning to bring a relatively large new residential development to the City of Hollywood, Florida. In a recent application to the city’s Planning Division, the developer – applying via a subsidiary known as Infinity R.E. Investments II LLC – proposed the development of a 29-unit residential building going by the name of Washington Apartments for 2323 Washington Street in the Highland Gardens neighborhood. The filing documents indicate that Hollywood-based Kaller Architecture is the design architect for the project, which should rise 4-stories and yield 37,041 square feet of space.
Disney World has a lot of plans in the works for Magic Kingdom’s 50th anniversary. However, Disney fans will have to wait a bit longer for Mickey’s newest attraction: Tron Lightcycle/Run.