A colossal 1,800-room hotel, the largest ever in South Florida, is coming to Miami World Center, at the site of the demolished Miami Arena.
The Marriott hotel tower will rise above a 500,000-square-foot convention center, a 1,500-seat theater and a 2,300-car garage with two floors underground, MDM Group confirmed Thursday.
MDM bought the site from the developers of the larger Miami World Center, a mixed-use project set to occupy several blocks in the Park West neighborhood west of Biscayne Boulevard, The Miami Herald reported. Read more
One World Trade Center officially become the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere this morning, as construction workers attached the last piece of the 408-foot spire.
The topped-out tower’s height of 1,776 feet refers to the year the United States declared its independence. Read more
See that above? That’s the view from New York’s future tallest tower, 432 Park Avenue, which is officially on the market today. Read more
More renderings and pricing details have been unveiled for One Thousand Museum, the exquisitely bony Zaha Hadid-designed luxury condo in downtown Miami.
The $300 million, 60-story tower at 1000 Biscayne Boulevard would be Hadid’s first residential building in the US. The development will reach 706 feet tall, and pricing will be lofty by Miami luxury housing standards; developers Gregg Covin and Louis Birdman said that a duplex penthouse could be priced between $30 million to $50 million, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Other apartments, ranging from 4,500-square-foot units to full-floor 9,900-square-foot units, will ask $4 million to more than $15 million, or about $900 to $1,400 per square foot. Read more
The most recent rendition of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella, complete with politically progressive touches (Cinderella criticizes the kingdom’s cruel policies and hands her glass slipper to the prince, rather than leaving it in a midnight-induced tizzy) got us thinking about modern-day fairy tales.
Specifically, modern-day fairy tales and real estate. Read more
This short-and-sweet new video promo for Alan Faena’s blockbuster Faena House in Miami Beach puts the “tease” in “teaser.” Read more