Rendering of Miami River Project and Adler Group President David Adler; designed by NBWW

Here’s what’s next for Adler Group’s Miami River project

City has to decide where it will move its administrative offices before the developer can finalize its plans By Amanda Rabines On Tuesday, Miami residents voted to approve a referendum allowing the Adler Group to lease city-owned land along the Miami River, placing the developer...
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Miami Riverside Center, Beckham Stadium Win Voter Approval

Results are in for today’s election. Voters appear to have approved the big real estate deals on the ballot, while rejecting a proposal for a strong mayor system. Miami Riverside Center is set to be turned over to Adler Group in a 99-year lease, with nearly 65% of voters in favor...
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Miami Riverside Center

Miami voters approve redevelopment of riverfront land, new city offices

By Brian Bandell Adler Group received the go-ahead from City of Miami voters to redevelop the home of the city’s administrative offices along the Miami River. With 88 percent of precincts reporting, 64 percent of the city’s voters were in favor of the referendum for Lancelot...
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The major RE projects on the November ballot – NBWW’s Miami Riverside

By Katherine Kallergis Miami Riverside Center Developer: The Adler Group In a less controversial move, the Adler Group is proposing a four-tower, mixed-use project with public amenities on the city-owned site of the Miami Riverside Center at 444 Southwest Second Avenue and the...
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David Adler and renderings of the Miami Riverside Center by NBWW

Voters to decide on Miami Riverside Center redevelopment

Proposed four-tower project on city-owned site would have residential units, office and retail space, a hotel and a parking garage By Francisco Alvarado The $1 billion soccer stadium and commercial development proposed by David Beckham and his partners is going to have some...
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