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By Brigitte Respaut Clement | Agent in Miami Beach, FL
  • Related condo project could be 19th new tower to rise in Brickell

    Posted Under: In My Neighborhood in Miami, Investment Properties in Miami  |  February 20, 2013 6:49 AM  |  175 views  |  No comments


    If the Related Group pushes onward with its plans for a condo-hotel in Miami’s Brickell neighborhood, it would make for a total of 19 condominium towers developers have planned for the Downtown area, according to a new report cited by the South Florida Business Journal.

    Although nothing is currently nailed down, Related is considering bringing a mixed-use building composed of 400 condo units and 132 hotel rooms to Downtown Miami.

    “Several developers are proceeding aggressively to tap into the reportedly strong buyer demand for preconstruction condos in South Florida at a time when unsold unit inventory from the tri-county region’s last boom-and-bust cycle is currently on pace to sell out as early as 2014,” Peter Zalewski, principal of Condo Vultures, said. [South Florida Business Journal] –Christopher Cameron.


    Brigitte Respaut-Clement
    www.ofcoursemiami.com
    ofcoursemiami@gmail.com
    305 934 2870
    Sterling Equity Realty
  • Is This What Miami's Seaport Will Look Like In 30 Years?

    Posted Under: General Area in Miami Beach, In My Neighborhood in Miami Beach  |  February 13, 2013 5:52 AM  |  346 views  |  1 comment


    This is what the southwest corner of PortMiami could look like if PlusUrbia, a local design firm, wins a competition to master plan the port's future commercial district, planned to be a World Trade Center. After announcing an ambitious master plan for the future of PortMiami to much whoop-de-do that would a bunch of skyscrapers, a megayacht marina, hotels, retail, and residences, the powers-that-be at the port quietly began an invitation only competition to find an architect to design a master plan for the WTC area.

    The PlusUrbia design, which they call 'Port Side Miami', with its towers clustered together, gradually decreasing in height from the center of the zone, a large marina, and small public parks and plazas scattered around, is one of the finalists. 

    Brigitte Respaut-Clement
    www.ofcoursemiami.com
    ofcoursemiami@gmail.com
    305 934 2870
    Sterling Equity Realty








 
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