Victory Coast LLC has proposed Citrus Cabanas, a short-term rental development in Clermont, Florida. The project, estimated to cost anywhere from $2 million to $3 million, will comprise eight cottages and a renovated bed and breakfast.
DAMAC International has officially submitted its planning application to the Town of Surfside for the former Champlain Towers South site. This application unveils a remarkable Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) design, marking the second collaboration between DAMAC International and the renowned British architecture and design firm. ZHA’s first project in Miami, the iconic One Thousand Museum Tower, captivated the world with its striking curvilinear structure when it was revealed in 2019.
Museum of Ice Cream (MOIC), the beloved interactive ice cream-themed environment, is set to establish a permanent presence in Miami. The eagerly anticipated new location, slated to open in early 2024, will find its home at Miami Worldcenter, a vibrant development in Downtown Miami. The 14,000+ square-foot space will be thoughtfully designed by MOIC’s in-house team, incorporating AI technology to create an enchanting and immersive experience, much like its highly successful pop-up predecessors.
Cove Miami is set to unfold in South Florida. The high-rise multi-family community will offer 116 homes on a 1.05-acre lot, requiring close to 500,000 square feet of new construction.
Grover Corlew, a South Florida-based real estate investment group, has announced the relocation of Now Optics to Delray Central. Now Optics, the parent company of leading affordable eyewear brands Stanton Optical and My Eyelab, has moved its headquarters to a 14,438-square-foot space at Delray Central, 1615 S. Congress Avenue. This site will also host a planned mixed-use development project, including Mayla Delray, an upscale 271-unit multifamily community with high-end lifestyle amenities.