The Federal Aviation Administration has received applications for Miami Station, a 41-story mixed-use building planned for 525 Northwest 2nd Avenue in Miami’s Overtown District. The tower has been submitted seeking approvals to rise 539-feet, or 546-feet above sea level, a significant increase from the previously reported 459-feet seen in the most recent UDRB application. Designed by ODP Architecture & Design and developed by the Related Group, the project is expected to yield 752,859 square feet including 200,234 square feet of office space, 309 residential units, 8,508 square feet of retail space and a parking garage for 510 vehicles. The FAA application was filed on November 9, 2021.
The Federal Aviation Administration has granted height approvals for The Gallery at West Brickell, a 29-story mixed-use project planned for 201 Southwest 10th Street in West Brickell, Miami. Designed by CM Design & Development and developed by Miami-based Related Group along with Miami-Dade County, the project will rise 305-feet, or 321-feet above sea level at the northwest corner of Southwest 2nd Avenue and Southwest 10th Street. Plans for the project include 465 income-restricted residential units, 2,238 square feet of office space, 2,338 square feet of retail and up to 529 parking spaces.
Orlando is soon getting its first free-standing hospice. While in its beginning stages, Cornerstone Hospice & Palliative Care will provide over 18,000 square feet of new construction.
An application has been filed requesting approval of a Certificate of Appropriateness for the design, restoration, and new construction at the Ritz-Sagamore project in South Beach, which involves the redevelopment of the historic Sagamore Hotel at 1671 Collins Avenue and unification with the adjacent Ritz Carlton property at 1669 Collins Avenue and 1 Lincoln Road. Designed by Kobi Karp and being collectively developed between Di Lido Beach Hotel Corp, EBJ Sagamore LLC, Lionstone Di Lido Retail Lessor LLC, Di Lido Beach Resort LLC, and Sobe Sky Development LLC, a new 200-foot-tall, cantilevering 17-story residential tower would be constructed facing the oceanfront behind the Sagamore. Canada-based Studio Munge is listed as the interior designer, and Naturalficial as the landscape architect.
Soon, Jacksonville, FL, will be home to a new Hilton Hotel & Resort. The $70 million project will rise eight stories above grade and require more than 179,000 square feet of new construction.