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Aston Martin Residences

Posted by on Feb 17, 2017 in New Constructions, New Developments, Premier Magazine | 0 comments

Aston Martin Residences

Aston Martin Residences, downtown Miami Despite launching sales at a down time in the luxury condo market, plans for the Aston Martin Residences captured readers. The Coto family of Argentina and Aston Marton unveiled renderings of the sail-shaped building in October. Designed by Revuelta Architecture and Bodas Mian Anger, the 66-story, 390-unit high-rise will be built on the site at 300 Biscayne Boulevard Way, formerly known as the Epic East site. The developers plan to open the sales center in March and break ground by the summer. The sail...

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Three upcoming big projects

Posted by on Dec 26, 2016 in Blog, Miami News, New Developments, Premier Magazine | 0 comments

Three upcoming big projects

Miami considers plans for 888 Brickell office tower, Quadro apartments by Alta Developers, and Ellipsis condo Developers are seeking approvals for three major projects in Miami: a Brickell office tower, an apartment building on the Upper Eastside and a boutique condominium in Edgewater. The city’s Urban Development Review Board will consider all three proposals on Dec. 7. Click Full Article for more details. Full Article Save Article Article Feedback Share...

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Ritz-Carlton Is Out to Make Art Studios the Latest Must-Have Amenity in Luxury Living

Posted by on Dec 25, 2016 in Blog, Miami News, New Developments, Premier Magazine, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Ritz-Carlton Is Out to Make Art Studios the Latest Must-Have Amenity in Luxury Living

Walk into one of Tatiana Blanco’s parties and you’ll find guests gathered around a blank canvas, not a TV or the kitchen table. “I needed an outlet—a place where I could release my emotions more spontaneously. And I saw that my friends did, too,” says the sculptor from her home and studio in Key Biscayne, a small island town across the bridge from Miami. “That’s when we started making group paintings.” For the past two years, Blanco has provided a communal canvas for friends and visitors to her home, where the tabula rasa has doubled as...

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A Sneak Peek At Miami’s Brickell City Centre

Posted by on Nov 26, 2016 in Blog, Miami News, New Constructions, New Developments, Premier Magazine, Uncategorized | 0 comments

A Sneak Peek At Miami’s Brickell City Centre

MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Welcome to Miami’s newest retail destination – the Brickell City Centre. It’s 4.9 million square  feet -spanning three city blocks. Swire properties purchased the land eight years ago and it’s been under construction for about four years. “It’s a very exciting time. We’re 91 percent leased and have active  negotiations on what little space we have left so its very exciting,” said said Steve Owens, President of Swire Properties. At Tuesday’s media first look press tour, it was plain to see the center is still very much under...

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First look at MDM Development’s new design of Miami Worldcenter Hotel & Expo Center

Posted by on Nov 6, 2016 in Blog, Miami News, New Constructions, New Developments, Premier Magazine | 0 comments

First look at MDM Development’s new design of Miami Worldcenter Hotel & Expo Center

The developers of the Marriott Marquis Miami Worldcenter Hotel & Expo Center will have their revised plans reviewed by the city. On Oct. 19, Miami’s Urban Design Review Board will consider the new plan by P&G Investors, an affiliate of MDM Development, for what would be South Florida’s largest hotel at 700 N. Miami Ave. The former site of the Miami Arena is part of the Miami Worldcenter mixed-use project. In March, MDM Development announced that it would scale down the projectfrom 1,800 rooms to 1,700 rooms and build it in two...

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Your guide to Miami condos: what’s new, planned, and under construction

Posted by on Oct 15, 2016 in Blog, Miami News, New Constructions, New Developments, Premier Magazine | 0 comments

Your guide to Miami condos: what’s new, planned, and under construction

Over the next several years, Miami’s condo market, already nearing a full year’s supply, will get an injection of thousands of new units. And thanks to the Miami Downtown Development Authority’s 2016 Market Insights report, we now have a clear look of what condo projects are planned, what’s under construction and what has recently been completed in the area immediately surrounding the city’s downtown neighborhood.   Click Full Article for more details. Full Article Save Article Article Feedback Share...

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Miami new construction is holding pace in 2016 Miami home prices continue to climb

Posted by on Oct 13, 2016 in Blog, Miami News, New Constructions, New Developments, Premier Magazine, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Miami new construction is holding pace in 2016 Miami home prices continue to climb

The Miami new construction market continued its solid 2016 performance in July, according to new numbers from Dodge Data & Analytics. In July, Miami saw more than $854 million in total residential construction spending, a pronounced 18 percent decline from July 2015. Year-over-year numbers, though, are notoriously erratic, and indeed, Miami’s year-to-date construction spending is more stable. Now totaling $4.218 billion, the market is up 1 percent over the same time period last year. See our chart below for more details on July’s new...

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Plans for Tri-Rail’s downtown link on track – Miami Today

Posted by on Sep 18, 2016 in Blog, Miami News, New Constructions, New Developments, Premier Magazine, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Plans for Tri-Rail’s downtown link on track – Miami Today

With most of the partner agreements in place, final details are being smoothed out for Tri-Rail commuter service to steam into downtown Miami before the end of next year. “We are looking at insurance issues we’ll have to deal with in the future, and we got All Aboard Florida to give us a tour of its Miami station,” said Jack Stephens, executive director of the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority, Tri-Rail’s parent. “It’s amazing. By this time next year they expect to be in service [to Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach] and told...

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Developers to provide affordable housing & transportation incorporated in new projects

Posted by on Sep 6, 2016 in Blog, Miami News, New Developments, Premier Magazine | 0 comments

Developers to provide affordable housing & transportation incorporated in new projects

During an event Thursday morning featuring an all-female lineup of prominent real estate professionals, developers Lissette Calderon and Avra Jain voiced their support for a Miami-Dade County legislative proposal that would require builders to set aside units for blue collar workers currently priced out of the South Florida market. “We have to have housing that is affordable,” Jain, CEO of the Vagabond Group, told attendees. “This is not a new idea. It’s been done in New York.” In September, the Miami-Dade County Commission is set to vote on...

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Miami wants more Public Art and Developers offering to pay for it!

Posted by on Aug 18, 2016 in Blog, Culture and Events, Miami News, New Developments, Premier Magazine | 0 comments

Miami wants more Public Art and Developers offering to pay for it!

City planners propose taking over management of public art from Miami-Dade County’s successful Art in Public Places program The plan would also require private developers to set aside project funds for art City commission will consider the proposal, which has received pushback from builders, on Thursday. Hoping to further boost Miami’s growing cultural heft, city planners are proposing enactment of a far-reaching public-art program that would require private developers to set aside a percentage of project budgets for the installation of...

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