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Arquitectonica Plans Pedestrian Bridge at Entrance to South Beach

March 29, 2019
The city of Miami Beach is contemplating a design by Arquitectonica for a pedestrian bridge over the main entrance to South Beach from the MacArthur Causeway. When the project is complete, it will allow pedestrians to go from the South of Fifth baywalk to a new park proposed at 5th and Alton. The bridge is part of a development that includes a 510-foot tower. The proposal, set for review in May by the city’s Design Review Board, includes two options on the south side and another one on the north side. The first option on the south would require a…
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Renderings: Biggest Project Ever coming to Coral Gables

March 23, 2019
Construction is underway at the Plaza Coral Gables, the largest project ever built in Coral Gables. The project, valued at $600 million, will include 2.1 million square feet of space, covering seven acres and three city blocks. It will include roughly: 174 luxury residential rental apartments 242 hotel rooms, with the hotel rated 4.5 stars 161,000 square feet of retail, with a focus on food and beverage 447,000 square feet of office space in two towers 2,400 parking spaces The north parcel first phase broke ground last summer (including residential, office and retail), and is on track for completion by…
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Released new renderings from Brickell Lux Tower, With Hotel & Residential

Brickell Lux, a new tower by Habitat Group planned in Brickell, had new renderings released. The building will be located at 143 Southwest Ninth Street. The project will include 108 luxury condos, 60 hotel rooms, and ground floor commercial space. This is Habitat’s biggest project yet, they purchased the property in September 2018 for $14.5 million. A small apartment building is presently on the property and will be demolished. The conceptual design was prepared by Miami-based architectural design firm Ayenk in association with Kazakhstan’s INK architects.  
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Downtown Miami’s hotel pipeline could more than double existing supply

Rendering: Waldorf Astoria in downtown Miami (Credit: ArX Solutions) A study released by Miami Downtown Development Authority showed that the number of rooms planned and under construction in the areas of Brickell, downtown Miami, the Arts & Entertainment District, Edgewater, Midtown, Overtown, and Wynwood is totaling more than 12,000 hotel rooms spread across 43 projects, which would more than double the existing supply of only 8,121 rooms. The increase in hotel construction is due to the residential boom in those areas, as well as the completion of large mixed-use projects such as Miami Worldcenter and Brightline’s MiamiCentral. Currently, there are…
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Photos: Construction Moving Forward at Aston Martin Residences

March 16, 2019
At Aston Martin Residences, digging is now taking place several floors below ground. Two cranes have been installed at the site. Eventually, they will rise 889 feet and 851 feet, making them among the tallest ever in Miami. Aston Martin Residences will include 391 condo residences.
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Florida hits all-time record of 126 million visitors

The state's tourism marketing agency reports that Florida welcomed an all-time record number of visitors last year with 126.1 million out-of-state visitors. Visit Florida's Feb. 20 announcement marks the eighth consecutive record year for visitation to Florida, exceeding the previous record of 118.8 million visitors in 2017 by 6.2 percent. The agency also estimated: A record 111.8 million domestic visitors traveled to Florida in 2018, reflecting a 7.1 percent increase over 2017. Florida saw 10.8 million overseas visitors and 3.5 million Canadians Total enplanements at 18 Florida airports during 2018 increased 7.6 percent over the previous year, with a record…
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Renderings: West Brickell’s Future Includes Thousands Of New Residential Units

New renderings show the extent of the transformation that West Brickell will experience over the next five years. Developers are planning at least 3,120 condos, 1,450 hotel rooms, and 390,000 square feet of commercial space in a total of 11 projects slated for completion by 2024. Data and renderings were provided by Habitat Group, which is developing several projects in the area. Habitat’s upcoming West Brickell projects include: Smart Brickell – set to break ground imminently, it will include three towers: Tower 1, a residential condo tower with 100 units; Tower 2, a 100-room hotel and condo tower; and Tower 3, with 97…
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Photos: Downtown Miami’s New Tri-Rail Station is complete

March 9, 2019
Downtown Miami’s Tri-Rail station is apparently completed (with Starbucks now under construction at the entrance). Although the station itself looks ready, the best case scenario is for Tri-Rail service to start in late 2019. The delay is caused by a new federal safety requirement called Positive Train Control which needs to be installed and inspected before service can begin. The station includes tracks on the third floor, with two levels of escalators bringing passengers up from the entry level. A pedestrian bridge is also in place connecting to the Government Center Metrorail and Metromover stations.  
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Sawyer’s Landing: Released New Renderings

Swerdlow Group has published new renderings of their Sawyer’s Landing project planned to be built in Overtown. The project will include Retail (290,000 square feet of vertical big-box national retailers), Office (72,000 square feet of Class A offices spread across 4 stories), Residential (506 rental apartments) and Parking, with1,116 parking spaces. Miami’s Southeast Overtown/Park West Community Redevelopment Agency voted in March 2018 to award the development rights for the property, known as Block 55, to an affiliate of Swerdlow. That affiliate, Downtown Retail Associates LLC, obtained some type of financing from an entity named Block 55 Lender LLC in December. Last year, Swerdlow said that there were Letters…
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Miami, the future of startups?

The possibility of turning Miami into the entrepreneurship capital of the country stirs enthusiasm among investors and local entrepreneurs. In addition to some encouraging signs, the city has the challenge to create a stimulating environment that contributes to innovation. If influential cities such as Los Angeles, Seattle, Boston, and Austin lead the way, can Miami become the next Silicon Valley with Latin accent and tropical sunshine? The answer is yes. Not only Miami could be included in the list, but it could reach this state with personality and enough style. For this reason, there are many interested in adding to…
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