Another supertall skyscraper has been proposed for Miami, this time at 888 Brickell Avenue in the city’s Financial District. Prominent New York City-based developer JDS Development Group and restaurant and hospitality company Major Food Group are teaming up to develop Major, a 1,049-foot-tall mixed-use developmentwith the goal of building “the most luxurious residential tower in the world”. The building would rise on a 22,568-square-foot lot at the southeast corner of Southeast 10th Street and Brickell Avenue, and would replace an existing 7-story office building built in 1972. Plans for the supertall include developing 259 condominiums, hospitality spaces, and various restaurants.
Westlake, Florida’s getting a new theme park. Adrenaline World is a 92,000-square-foot park that features virtual reality and more.
Just recently, Miami-based real estate developer Newgard Development Group released detailed plans for Lofty Brickell, a mixed-use high rise being planned for 99 Southwest 7th Street on prime Brickell waterfront property facing the Miami River. Located just steps from Brickell City Centre, the building is designed by internationally acclaimed architecture firm Arquitectonica with carefully curated interiors by design firm INC and landscaping by Urban Robot Associates. The development is projected to yield studio, one and two-bedroom residences ranging between 436 to 985 square feet priced from $490,000 to $1.3 million, with Cervera Real Estate handling sales and marketing.
There’s a new German-themed park coming to Central Florida. Krush Brau Park will replace Jungleland Zoo in Kissimmee.
A massive multi-story indoor sports and recreational facility is being planned near Miami’s Dolphin Mall in the Sweetwater neighborhood. Named Destination Sport Miami, the building will span nearly 1 million square feet – soon to become one of the largest sports facilities in North America. The project is being developed by a group of backers lead by Hockey Hall of Famer Bryan Trottier, who signed a land lease for 20-acres with Cimabian Group. Robert Andrus, president of Andrus Architecture, is named as the architect.