Residential

UDRB Filing Reveals 1.8-Million-Square-Foot Mixed-Use Development Proposed In Overtown, Miami

Plans have been filed for a massive mixed-use development at 650 Northwest 8th Street and 678 Northwest 7th Street in Overtown, Miami. The project is a collaborative effort between 0101 Miami Properties, LLC, led by brothers Jorge and Jose Mas, and 8th Street Connections Holdings, LLC, an affiliate of Terra. The proposed development would yield 1,827,392 square feet of space, including 1,215 residential units, 16,347 square feet of commercial space, and 1,831 parking spaces. The architectural layout features three 12-story apartment buildings, a nine-story parking garage with residential units facing the street, and a three-story apartment building, designed by Arquitectonica. The city’s Urban Development Review Board is set to review the plans on May 15.

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FAA Permits Issued For 39-Story Mixed-Use Tower At 128 SW 7th Street In Brickell, Miami

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued permits for a 39-story mixed-use building planned at 128 Southwest 7th Street in Miami’s Brickell financial district. Designed by Gensler, developed by Focus Development Inc (Focus) and tentatively dubbed Miami Starlite, the development is projected to yield 685,710 square feet of space. This includes 517 residential units, 8,282 square feet of retail space, and indoor parking for over 500 vehicles. Focus acquired the site for $28 million in November 2022. Previously the location of Brickell’s former Starlite East Motel, the property is a thru-block site with frontage on Southwest 8th Street and bound by the AC Miami Hotel on the east and the City Heights apartment tower on the west.

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Miami-Dade County Reviewing Proposal For 23-Story Babylon Racquet Club At 240 SE 14th Street In Brickell, Miami

Bay Racket Club, LLC, led by William Jacome and Orlando Medellin, has submitted a pre-application for developing the Babylon Racquet Club, a 23-story mixed-use building planned at 240 Southeast 14th Street in Brickell, Miami. Positioned on a pie-shaped lot approximately 19,164 square feet (0.439 acres) in size, where SE 14th Street meets Brickell Bay Drive along Biscayne Bay, the project is designed to become downtown Miami’s premier racket sports and health/wellness center. The building aims to serve as a central recreational hub featuring indoor sports courts, a gym, a wellness center, dining facilities, hotel accommodations, and residential units. Rotterdam-based MVRDV is the design architect, with ODP Architecture & Design acting as the architect of record. The pre-application was filed on April 24 and is progressing through the approval process with Miami-Dade County.

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Plans Filed For 200-Unit Multifamily Development At 1830-1844 Jackson Street In Hollywood

Plans have been filed for Jackson Street Apartments, a 13-story apartment building proposed for 1830 – 1844 Jackson Street in Hollywood. Designed by Joseph B. Kaller of Kaller Architecture with Gabriela Fojt of The Mirror of Paradise as the landscape architect and developed by Menachem Trietel of Brooklyn-based Capitall Group in partnership with Isaac Khabie of ARK Ventures under the Fifty Street Investments LLC, the 140-foot-tall structure would yield a floor area of 148,366 square feet, which would include 200 rental apartments, approximately 1,384 square feet of ground floor retail space, and 236 parking spaces. Hollywood’s Planning and Development Board is scheduled to review the plans on May 14.

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Aston Martin Residences Completes Construction At 300 Biscayne Boulevard Way In Downtown Miami

Construction is complete on Aston Martin Residences, a 66-story residential building at 300 Biscayne Boulevard Way in downtown Miami. Located at the mouth of the Miami River, this milestone was celebrated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by the Coto family, Aston Martin executives, Buenos Aires-based architect Rodolfo Miani from Bodas Miani Anger, leaders from Cervera Real Estate, and Miami Mayor Francis Suarez. The event marked the culmination of nearly a decade of development, with the tower now officially open and housing 391 condominiums. Projections suggest a sellout value exceeding $1 billion.

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