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Ultra Music Festival has a new home in Virginia Key

November 21, 2018
Kicked out of Bayfront Park, Ultra Miami found its new home on Virginia Key - at least for the 2019 edition. Miami commissioners approved by four votes to one a contract for Ultra to be carried out on site. The organization is rushing to streamline the next edition in March in two neighborhood settings: the park near Miami Marine Stadium and the historic Virginia Key Beach Park. The production of the festival will have to pay $2 million dollars, and half of that amount should be used to help build the city's first Afro-American Museum - until the mid-twentieth century,…
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After partnering with Richard Branson, Brightline is now Virgin Trains

Richard Branson's Virgin Enterprises Limited has announced the purchase of a minority share of Miami-based Brightline; with the acquisition, the company will be known as Virgin Trains USA as part of the licensing agreement. Soon after the purchase announcement, the company filed to go public. Branson, who visited Brightline operations about a year ago, said: “It was clear from that our first visit that Wes Edens, Brightline’s founder, and his team had an exciting vision and the skills for American rail travel that no other private American enterprise has been able to do for a century.” The company plans to…
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New Upzoning: Taller buildings and Micro-Units are Welcome in North Beach

November 16, 2018
After approval by residents to endorse a zoning increase for a ten-block area of North Beach, the city of Miami Beach approved the voter-mandated upzoning that creates space for developers to build taller buildings and micro-units. With the new changes, property owners are allowed to build twice as much in the Town Center area, between Indian Creek Drive, Dickens Avenue, 72nd Street, Collins Avenue, and 69th Street. Boosters expect the new zoning to help increase the economic development of the area seeing as forgotten. Robert Finvarb, a developer, said the new zoning would allow him to build two 220-foot-tall buildings…
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Video: 3-Acre Park Coming To Alton Road After Commissioners Approval

Another park is also coming to Miami Beach after developer Russell Galbut received approval by city commissioners. The park, which developer has to pay for and oversee construction, is a requirement to build a high-rise condo tower on Alton Road. The park will be linked to the bay walk that runs through South Pointe Park by a pedestrian bridge that will be paid by taxpayers through a bond issuance approved last week. The former South Shore hospital on site right now should be demolished in the next six months after all approval and appeal periods have expired. The developer will…
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Coming Soon: Miami Beach is Getting a New 19.4-Acre Park

After voters’ approval, Miami Beach’s prior Par 3 Golf Course will be transformed into a 19.3 acres public park. $15.7 million of the $439 million in bonds approved were set aside to build the park. Because the land was found to contaminated with a significant amount of arsenic, environmental remediation is also planned for the site. For now, the initial plans done by Savino Miler Design Studios shows a park surrounds a lake, with walking trails, a dog park, gardens, butterfly gardens, play areas and several parking lots.  
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New renderings of the 44-story condominium to be built on Alton Road

November 9, 2018
Miami Beach's Planning Board just voted in favor to build a condo on 500 Alton Road planned by Crescent Heights. To move forward the project still needs four separate votes, including two commission votes. The 44-story condominium tower, or 484 feet, will feature 410 luxury units with 15,000 square feet of retail area. Since the building will be much taller than the city's allowance, as part of the deal, Crescent Heights will also build a 3-acre park with an elevated pedestrian path, plus a pedestrian overpass between South of Fifth, Alton Road and MacArthur Causeway. The mayor Dan Gelber supported…
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Amazon Plans to Split HQ2 Evenly Between Two Cities; Miami still on the race

The location of Amazon's new headquarters remains a mystery, and the dispute is now between two cities since multiple reports point to the company splitting the HQ2. The last-minute change is good news for Miami. “Accommodating half the people makes it exponentially easier,” Miami Worldcenter Managing Principal, Nitin Motwani, told the press. Miami’s odds are now better “given we don’t have industry and infrastructure on the scale they are talking about, but we have an incredible place to live,” Motwani added. Headquartered in Seattle, Amazon has been looking for a new home for over a year. Since the disclosure of…
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Yes! Miami voters approve David Beckham’s Soccer Stadium and Convention Center Hotel

Above Rendering: Convention Center proposed Hotel in Miami Beach Miami voters went to the ballots and voted "yes" to continue with the negotiations to build a soccer stadium on public land. Miami Freedom Park will host the Major League Soccer (MLS), a soccer team led by well-known player David Beckham. He was in South Florida on Thursday to campaign for what is expected to be an authentic "technological" complex. The Arquitectonica-designed stadium has 25,000-square-foot with a capacity for 28 thousand spectators, besides more than 1 million square feet of a retail component and office space, plus 750 hotel rooms. Beckham…
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After hiring contractor, Skyrise sets groundbreaking to 2019

November 3, 2018
Skyrise Miami, the 1,000-foot-tall observation tower, hired Plaza Construction as the project’s general contractor to begin construction in 2019 with a completion date set for 2023. Designed by Arquitectonica, Skyrise Miami is planning to feature diverse decks, a “drop tower-style” ride going up to 95mph and an indoor secured free-fall system. Panorama Tower in Brickell is currently the tallest building in Florida at 868 feet. When completed, Skyrise Miami will become the tallest in South Florida and will create competition for other developers.
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The Underline: Miami’s 10-mile linear park and urban trail breaks ground

November 2, 2018
Following the footsteps of New York, Seoul, and London, Miami is the newest city to host a project like the High Line. The project broke ground this past Thursday, after getting a $ 14 million agreement approved by Miami-Dade commissioners to build the first half-mile of the project off Southwest First Avenue in the Brickell area. The 10-mile park is expected to cost about $120 million, with another $3 million required to maintain the park each year after that. The "Brickell Backyard," segment recently funded, represents only 5% of the entire Underline. Success in the United States, the model seeks…
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