Miami Development News
The project is aiming to take the title of Miami’s tallest building.
The 50-story Brickell Solitair features 438 rental units, retail, parking, and plenty of amenities.
The 1.2 million-square-foot project emphasizes pedestrian friendliness in a traditionally auto-centric area.
The project’s Istanbul-based developers are courting both US and Turkish buyers.
The 31-story combination hotel and condo building is slated to break ground later this year.
The conceptual plan calls for a mix of retail, office, residential, and hospitality uses.
The mall isn’t dead—it’s simply become a theme park
The updated layout places new emphasis on public space and river access
The Miami home’s interior design is by Brazilian architect Denise Marinho.
Listed by the Jills, the Sunset Island, single-family home is equipped with Creston smart home technology.
The palatial Miami home has a library, theater, and billiard room that includes a wet bar and wine cellar.
The single-family, model homes will be built on a golf course in Doral and offer Wolf and subzero appliances.
The 23-unit residency will begin construction in June
The single family home includes three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
The 13,220 square foot, two-story penthouse also offers oceanfront views.
A University of Miami employee shows a photo series that includes a car-less Flagler Street.
The demolitions are part of the City of Miami’s effort to remove urban blight.
The Yacht Collection is scheduled to stop in Cartagena and Barbados.
When it’s finished, Terminal B—which is dedicated to Norwegian Cruise Line—will measure 166,500 square feet in size.
The smart lock system locks and unlock doors throughout your building.
The developer, CMC Group, completed 32 floors of the property’s proposed 64-story benchmark.
Residents will also have access to Virtual Fitness Concierge, an app that tracks your fitness goals.
The LEED Silver certification is given to buildings with sustainable design and a focus on saving energy.
Condo project, Smart Brickell, inks the first deal in Miami to manage Airbnb rentals via Pillow’s platform.
Tenants of a Hialeah mobile park community face eviction by new Delaware-based owners.