Miami Construction News
The waterfront high-rise project is going vertical.
The residential project is part of the larger 102-acre mixed-use Dania Pointe development.
Construction on the exclusive Sunny Isles Beach project will go no higher.
The 1.2 million-square-foot project emphasizes pedestrian friendliness in a traditionally auto-centric area.
Crews delivered 5,000 tons of the building material in just 20 hours.
Hurricane Irma left a path of damage that includes Watson Island, parks, and facilities.
The charter school will admit students in grades 6 through 12 in Downtown Doral.
The LEED Silver certification is given to buildings with sustainable design and a focus on saving energy.
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It’s slated to be ready for the Miami Open’s 2019 tournament
This is the newest Sunny Isles Beach icon on "Billionaire’s Beach"
The Kendall project is from Sabal Development
It’s the first of two planned projects in the neighborhood
Lennar just broke ground on BellaSera
The office project is set to open in September
Can you imagine swimming laps here?
It’s slated for completion in October 2018
Two apartment towers will span 1,200 residential units
Zaha Hadid’s One Thousand Museum has been on fire of late, surpassing the halfway mark of its construction in downtown Miami and eclipsing 50 percent sold.
Now at 65 percent sold, the 16-story development is on track for completion in the Summer of 2017.
One person died and at least five others were injured after scaffolding fell from the under-construction Echo Brickell early Wednesday evening at Southeast 14th Lane and Brickell Avenue, per NBC6:
Over 700 workers and 100 concrete trucks will make their way to Downtown Miami this weekend for Paramount Miami Worldcenter’s vast foundation pour, taking place for over 30 hours by general contractor CoastalTishman.
The most notable improvements — besides the coolest stadium name in football — is the canopy that will shield most fans from sun and rain and the gigantic video boards in each corner, ready to pump out beautiful replays and obnoxious advertising.
Outside of some fresh paint that includes the yard lines and team logos it appears Hard Rock Stadium, the newly renovated and renamed home of the Miami Dolphins and Miami Hurricanes, is complete and will be ready for the Canes’ season opener.
Zaha Hadid’s One Thousand Museum in Downtown Miami continues its ascension while remaining one of the most compelling developments amid a booming city. In June, we posted a batch of photos showing construction surpassing the 12th floor.
Miami Dolphins fans who were looking forward to getting their first glimpse of their renovated stadium are going to have to wait an extra week at least, as their preseason opener scheduled for Aug. 25 has been moved to Orlando.
The map obtained by the Herald shows a visionary plan, which includes connecting areas like South Miami to Homestead, Downtown Miami to North Miami, and even -- gasp -- Downtown Miami to South Beach.
The Frost family -- who had already donated $45 million to the project -- kindly provided the museum with a bridge loan until the county came up with a plan to move forward. That plan just hatched as Miami-Dade Commissioners passed a $49M bailout.
Extensive repairs are needed to Brickell's beloved pool deck