Developers are looking to further reshape Miami’s skyline with plans for another high-rise in the city’s burgeoning Edgewater neighborhood. OKO Group, the Miami-based development firm established by international real estate mogul Vladislav Doronin, and its partner, Cain International, have filed with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to construct a 649-foot tower at the end of 27th Stree, near their 57-story Missoni Baia condominium tower nearing completion.
The Atlantic Group of Cos. hopes to break ground on the 18-unit Pearl in the first quarter of 2024, with completion planned for the fourth quarter of 2025. The development will measure six stories above grade, ranging from two-bedroom to four-bedroom homes.
New renderings have surfaced for Miami Riverbridge, an ambitious, three-tower mixed-use venture designed by Arquitectonica to redefine Downtown Miami at 400 Southeast 2nd Avenue. The colossal development will rise from the grounds of the existing Hyatt Regency Miami and James L. Knight Convention Center, making way for a new era in Miami’s real estate landscape. Hyatt Hotel Corporation and Gencom are the developers.
Fort Lauderdale could be home to the first Staybridge Suites in the region. Designed by Adache Group Architects, the eight-story venture would comprise 124 rooms, offering “clean lines and minimalistic and functional features.”
Plans for a new high-rise are making waves in Ojus, Miami-Dade County, with a 20-story tower designed by Arquitectonica poised to bring an array of apartments, office space, and retail outlets. The developer, Coral Gables-based 18050 W Investments LLC, has set the gears in motion with a pre-application submitted to Miami-Dade County officials. The 0.92-acre site, located at 18050 West Dixie Highway and 2560 Northeast 181st Street near North Miami Beach, is currently occupied by two residential buildings. The developer assembled the property last year at a total cost of $4.22 million.