The Planning Commission of the City of North Miami recently reviewed proposals from developer Tate Capital for a new 736,065-square-foot mixed-use project known as Allure North Miami at 1810 Northeast 146th Street. Plans call for the construction of a 20-story building with an adjacent 7-story garage connected via a pedestrian bridge designed by Kobi Karp. The development sites are located in between Northeast 143rd and 146th Streets along Northeast 18th Avenue, within walking distance to Dezerland Park Miami. Allure North Miami is planned rise 220-feet, yielding 360 residential units with 8,429 square feet of retail and 603 parking spaces.
The Vestcor Companies has a new project underway in Jacksonville, FL. Dubbed “Lofts at Cathedral,” the project’s expected to break ground sometime next year.
Acclaimed international landscape designer Enzo Enea of Enea Landscape Architecture has been tapped to design the tropical gardens of La Baia, an 8-story luxury boutique bay front condominium development slated to rise at 9201 East Bay Harbor Drive in the southeastern tip of Bay Harbor Islands. Designed by Revuelta Architecture International and developed by the Continuum Company, the 68-unit project is situated on the intracoastal waterway and minutes from the world-renowned South Florida beaches and the Shops at Bal Harbour. Enea is designing a series of spaces including the arrival and private marina access, third level breezeway garden and the roof level amenity terraces.
Soleste Spring Gardens (formerly known as Soleste at the District) will offer 240 Class A residential units in an eight-story building.
Melo Group has reportedly pre-sold 60% of inventory in under 6 months at the first phase of Aria Reserve, a 782-unit luxury residential development comprised of twin 62-story towers planned to be constructed at 700 Northeast 24th Street in Edgewater Miami. A major contribution to the boost in sales has been the recent lift of travel restrictions, as foreign buyers flock over to South Florida’s red-hot real estate market. Architecturally designed by Bernardo Fort-Brescia of Arquitectonica, with interiors by MORADA Haute Furniture Boutique and lush landscaping by ArquitectonicaGEO, the pair of glass structures will rise 649-feet along Biscayne Bay, and are anticipated to become the tallest twin towers along a water front in the country. The south tower will yield 383 units, and is scheduled to break ground early 2022.