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  • we are going to share with you some of the most highly anticipated projects to look out for around Miami
    we are going to share with you some of the most highly anticipated projects to look out for around Miami

    Check out construction progress at some of Miami’s biggest condos

    Summer is behind us, but there is much to look forward to across South Florida’s development projects. There are many brand new condo developments under way, and we are going to share with you some of the most highly anticipated projects to look out for around Miami.

    Porsche-design-tower in Miami
    The Porsche Design Tower at 18555 Collins Avenue

    Porshe Design Tower |  57 Floors

    Developer : Dezer Development

    boasts 60 stories and stands 641 feet high. The pièce de résistance of the tower is the Dezervator, a new and innovative automobile elevator lift system which allows residents to drive their car into their ‘sky garage’ right next to their condo, allowing maximum security and privacy for owners.

    Most of the units in the Porsche Design Tower have already been sold with many of the buyers coming from Central and South America.

    There are still minor works being undertaken so, according to a spokesperson for Dezer Development, the Porsche Design Tower won’t receive its temporary certificate of occupancy (TCO) until October.



    echo-brickell-in-miamiEcho Brickell|  60 Floors

    Developer: PMG

    Echo Brickell, located at 1451 Brickell Avenue, is being developed by PMG alongside JDS Development. The project has been designed by architect Carlos Ott who has been collaborating with YOO Studio Design.

    The building is still under construction with floors being poured every five days according to a spokesperson for the group. The pool deck was poured last May and a model unit is currently being developed and is almost complete.

    Once complete the tower will offer 190 units with a mix of one, two, and three bedroom condos.


    The Ritz-Carlton Residences| 9 Floors

    Developer: Lionheart Capital


    The Ritz-Carlton is due to be completed by summer 2017. The large development will offer 111 condos as well as 15 single family villas.

    Located at 4701 North Meridian Avenue the building was constructed on the former site of the Miami Heart Institute. With prices ranging from $2 million all the way up to $40 million per residence the development offers spectacular views of the Miami Skyline.

    The residences were designed by Italian Architect Piero Lissoni who has taken a European approach to his design.



    Aria on the Bay | 53 Floors

    Developer: Melo Group

    With construction due to be finished by the end of next year Aria on the Bay already has 75 percent of its units under contract. Aria on the Bay is located at 1770 North Bayshore Drive in Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood and will stand 53 stories high and house 648 units.

    The individual units range from $400,000 to almost $13 million for the penthouse with the majority of buyers coming from Latin American countries a spokesperson has said. Residents can look forward to swimming pools, fire pits, a gym, spa, and yoga studio as well as a theater.


    SLS Lux | 58 Floorssls-lux-renderings-in-miami

    SLS Lux | Developer: Related Group, the Allen Morris Company

    Due to be completed this time next year the SLS Lux offers 450 residences as well as 84 luxury suites. The 58 story tower is already 98 percent sold with only a few units remaining.

    The hotel will be operated by hospitality group sbe and will offer amenities such as a cocktail lounge, a spa, as well as sbe’s very own restaurant Katsuya.




    zaha-hadid-one-thousand-museum-miami-designboom-01One Thousand Museum| 60 Floors

    One Thousand Museum, the brain child of Zaha Hadid, is set to open by the end of 2018. The tower will stand 62 stories high and has already sold 50 percent of its 83 units.

    Sadly architect Zaha Hadid died in March and the tower marks her last design. Developers, workers, and fans alike gatheres to commemorate Hadid, who was the first female to win the Pritzker Prize.






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