Miami’s Urban Development Review Board (UDRB) will consider proposals for the second and third phases of Flagler Oasis, a multi-building mixed-use development underway in the heart of Little Havana being developed by Aventura-based real estate firm Gamla Cedron Group. With the first phase of the development already under construction and scheduled for completion later this year, phases two and three would bring a 16-story residential tower with 248 dwelling units and an additional 8-story structure containing 70,000 square feet of office space, as well as commercial spaces and integrated parking structures. The project is designed by Coral Gables-based Behar Font & Partners with Witkin Hults + Partners as the landscape architect, and is expected to rise as high as 176-feet or so.
Astor Development hopes to end construction on Douglas Enclave by the third quarter of 2022. Construction on the venture began in 2019 and involved demolishing a building.
Miami’s Urban Development Review Board has received plans for LIVWRK Wynwood, a mixed-use development proposed for 2400 and 2500 North Miami Avenue in Wynwood. Designed by New York City-based Morris Adjmi Architects with MKDA Florida designing interiors, and developed by Brooklyn-based real estate developer LIVWRK, the proposal is comprised of two buildings on separate parcels of land rising 8 to 12 stories each. The 2400 parcel would consist of 420 multifamily residential units and 59,461 square feet of office space above 29,057 square feet of ground floor commercial space. The 2500 parcel would would be developed as an apartment/hotel with 122 units, atop 8,996 square feet of ground floor commercial space. In total, both buildings would collectively yield 922,466 square feet including 611,855 square feet of residential and amenity space, 100,220 square feet of office and commercial space, and a 210,361-square-foot parking structure for 564 vehicles and 50 racks for nearly 800 bicycles.
Palm Beach County, Florida, could soon be home to One South Ocean. The development could comprise two seven-story towers offering 70 units––35 per building. Developers have been planning this project since 2016.
Florida’s leading real estate developer Related Group, together with Manhattan-based developer Tricap, have unveiled plans for the NoMad Residences Wynwood, the first residential concept from the global hospitality icon NoMad Hotels and its parent company, Sydell Group. Located at 2700 Northwest 2nd Avenue in Wynwood, Miami, just steps from the world-famous Wynwood Walls, the 9-story structure is designed by global award-winning architecture firm Arquitectonica with interior spaces by Toronto-based DesignAgency. The development yields 329-units ranging from 464 to 931 square feet with reservations scheduled to launch this month. Prices will start from $500,000 with Fortune Development Sales as the exclusive sales and marketing firm. Related and Tricap are targeting Q4 2022 for ground breaking.