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Tallest projects proposed in Miami

Here are the tallest projects proposed in Miami More than 20 years ago, residential skyscrapers started sprouting up in Brickell and downtown Miami, slowly replacing low-rising condo and apartment buildings, older hotels and retail buildings. Today, Miami flaunts the third tallest horizon in the U.S., trailing just New York City and Chicago with more than 300 elevated structures. Filled by request...

Amazon wants to make Alexa an amenity in homes and hotels

Amazon wants to make Alexa an amenity in homes and hotels Amazon's Alexa could soon come as a standard amenity when moving into a new home. The everything company's Alexa Smart Properties team is trying to partner with property managers, homebuilders and hoteliers to put its virtual assistant into homes throughout the country, according to the Wall Street Journal. It hopes to up its market share by...

Multi-Billion Dollar Plan To Remake Miami International Airport For 80 Million Passengers

Multi-Billion Dollar Plan To Remake Miami International Airport For 80 Million Passengers Miami International Airport has revealed plans for a massive expansion to keep up with fast growth projected in coming years. Plans were presented yesterday by airport director Lester Sola to a Miami-Dade subcommittee, who voted to accept the presentation. It will still need approval from the full commission. The...

Aston Martin Residences Files Notice Of Commencement For 69-Story Condo Building

Aston Martin Residences Files Notice Of Commencement For 69-Story Condo Building Miami’s Aston Martin Residences officially filed its Notice of Commencement last month. According to the April 15 filing, a 69-story residential condominium is being built. Itau BBA International of London is listed as the lender, with Coastal Construction the contractor. Establishment work started in October 2017, and two...

Miami’s housing affordability crisis is dire. A new report reveals possible solutions

Miami’s housing affordability crisis is dire. A new report reveals possible solutions The Connect Capital Miami Report released on Monday lays out specific ways in which local governments, residents and developers could work together to build or protect 12,000 affordable housing units within Miami-Dade. New survey shows that Miami's moderate lodging emergency is so desperate, the city needs at any rate...

Royal Caribbean Wants To Build $300 Million HQ Building At PortMiami

Royal Caribbean Wants To Build $300 Million HQ Building At PortMiami Royal Caribbean is proposing to build a $300 million office campus on land owned by Miami-Dade County at PortMiami as an expansion of their global headquarters there. A new building would be constructed, while two existing buildings would be renovated, and a third demolished.  Employee at the HQ will increment from 2,200 to 4,200. The...

Tri-Rail Arrival In Downtown Miami Delayed Until 2020

Tri-Rail Arrival In Downtown Miami Delayed Until 2020; Study Recommends Midtown & Little River Stations Tri-Rail has a sparkling new station at MiamiCentral that shows up basically complete, however it won't be utilized whenever this year. Meanwhile, authorities are taking a gander at other conceivable station areas that could come online simultaneously as the midtown Miami station. A Tri-Rail...

A closer look at Jean Nouvel Monad Terrace

A closer look at Jean Nouvel Monad Terrace The South Beach development is the French architect first and only residential project in Florida. As vertical development proceeds on SoBe's Monad Terrace, the group behind the novel waterfront advancement has discharged crisp renderings indicating new edges of its emotional structure from Pritzker Prize-winning French modeler Jean Nouvel. The pictures give...

Miami’s Antiquated Permitting System Gets a Reboot

Miami's antiquated permitting system gets a reboot, but developers remain wary Being a developer can take a good amount of patience, but in Miami that virtue has long been put to the test. Initial approval for a commercial or residential project can take between six months to a year. Physical plans are conveyed starting with one city division then onto the next, and any adjustments in an application can...

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