First look at the new Miami Design District train station
The developer of the Miami Design District is moving forward with plans to develop a signature tower. A new train station on the Brightline tracks is also planned.
The Design District station is planned just north of I-195. The station would be connected to two new towers that would be built, along with the rest of the Design District.
Key locales along the routes would include Government Center, Brightline Station, Miami Dade College’s Wolfson Campus and several Metromover stations.
Miami BOOM in Class A Office
The Miami Beach area is becoming a hotspot for investors and business owners who want Class A office space.
That’s according to Victor Ballestas of Miami-based real estate developer Integra Investments, who said the Miami Beach office market is changing significantly.
Right now, Integra Investments is completing the repositioning of 1674 Meridian, just two blocks from Lincoln Road, into a Class A office building with move-in ready office suites within 31,270 square feet of space.
Micro-mobility infrastructure plan targets downtown Miami
A micro-mobility infrastructure project half funded by electric scooter fees could be coming to downtown Miami, adding about three miles of protected bicycle and scooter lanes and laying the groundwork for more lanes in the future.
The green-patterned pavement lanes, which would come with concrete barriers separating them from traffic, would run from South First Street to Northeast 11th Terrace along North Miami Avenue and Northeast First Avenue, and from Northeast Second Avenue to I-95 on North Fifth and Sixth streets.
PAMM, HistoryMiami museums set to open latest exhibits.
PAMM, History Miami museums set to open latest exhibits . Since reopening in October, attendance rates are up 35%, which is quite not at pre-pandemic numbers just yet, said Jorge Zamanillo, HistoryMiami Museum’s executive director.
On July 28, HistoryMiami will have its exhibition opening “It’s a Miami Thing,” which highlights the museum’s collection, and that exhibit will be the first major opening and the first time for an event in over a year and a half.
The Legacy Tower at Miami Worldcenter sold out
The Legacy tower at Miami Worldcenter has reached 100% sellout and will soon break ground.
The Legacy tower will become the second tallest at Worldcenter at a height of 681 feet above ground. The design will be iconic, with a unique seven-story rooftop atrium and cantilevered pool.
Site prep work will begin by the end of May, RPC said. A groundbreaking ceremony will be announced soon and will take place this summer.
Casinos in Miami very soon
The newly approved agreement with the Seminoles states that they will not object to a new casino that is further than 15 miles away from their resort in Hollywood.
In theory, that would allow for gambling at Genting’s Resorts World Miami, Trump Doral, or at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach.