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South-of-Fifth is Seeing A Whirlwind of Infill Development

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The tallest tower in a healthy crop of construction projects currently active South-of-Fifth, Glass officially topped off, marking a not insignificant moment for the entire area. Glass may make the biggest impression against the skyline, but it's by no means alone.

All around it, luxury low and mid-rise condominiums are filling up chunks previously empty (or seriously underdeveloped, think a one-story retail block with a flat, uninhabitable roof and no historic character). Nearby, 321 Ocean is nearing completion, and developer Russell Galbut's personal townhouse (complete with ground floor bar and mechanical parking garage) is turning the final lap to completion. Probably the most significant urban shift, the construction of the Related Group's One Ocean and Marea projects are creating walkable density where a bleak hole once existed at the beach's south tip.

· South-of-Fifth, Terra Group's Slender GLASS Palace Tops Off [Curbed Miami]
· South-of-Fifth coverage [Curbed Miami]

One Ocean

1 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL