Photo Sphere: Downtown Miami’s Newest Plaza At Met Square

There’s a new public space that is nearly complete in downtown Miami. A new publicly accessible plaza is being built as part of the Met Square project, which includes a 16-screen movie theater, restaurants and an apartment tower. On one side of the Plaza, Joe & the Juice is...
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Adler Group/NBWW

Plan to redevelop downtown’s Miami Riverside Center shows off new design

The updated layout places new emphasis on public space and river access By Jay Koziarz Miami-based Adler Group has released an updated version of its plan to transform a prime piece of downtown riverfront real estate into a mixed-use, multi-building development. Slated to replace...
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Westin Hotel & Vue Condo

Westin Sarasota achieves LEED Silver Certification

The Westin Sarasota hotel achieved LEED BD+C New Construction Silver Certification! We are proud to have worked on this 248,644 square foot, 255 key, hotel project in Sarasota, Florida. Congratulations to the whole team! @TheSpinnakerGroup Read the fulls story HERE...
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Miami Riverside Center

Adler unveils ambitious plan for Miami’s riverfront, designed by NBWW

Adler unveils ambitious plan for Miami’s riverfront Written by John Charles Robbins The Adler company has quite an ambitious plan to transform the downtown riverfront in Miami, and is moving toward a major redevelopment of prime real estate on the Miami River. On Monday, Adler...
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Luxury Taking the Lead in Ft. Lauderdale with NBWW designed Auberge Beach Residences and Spa

The development team of Auberge Beach Residences and Spa spoke to Multi-Housing News about their new luxury project scheduled for completion in the following months. by Timea Papp The Fort Lauderdale condo market has gained momentum in the past years, as companies looking to...
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A rendering of Water Street Tampa, a $3 billion, 16-block mega-development. Courtesy of Strategic Property Partners

Tampa’s multibillion-dollar downtown development boom starts on the waterfront

Ground-up new neighborhood offers city a chance to “reinvent itself—and even rebrand itself” By Patrick Sisson Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn remembers how underutilized, underappreciated, and unattractive the city’s waterfront was when he first arrived in 1987. The blocks of offices...
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Miami Today on JRN

John Nichols, a “Hard-working individual sculpting skyline of evolving city”

Thanks for the story on John Nichols, Miami Today, and the great quotes from EWM Realty International president, Ron Shuffield. “John and his team really know how to make quality buildings… It’s one thing to have a nice looking building on the outside, but...
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A rendering of the entry hall at the upcoming Higgins Hotel & Convention Center in New Orleans. Image: Courtesy of the National WWII Museum

Higgins Hotel Sets 2019 Debut: Kay Lang, NBWW to design hotel adjacent to WWII Museum in NOLA

Boutique Design The Higgins Hotel & Conference Center in New Orleans is on track for completion in 2019. Created by the National WWII Museum to help expand its educational programs, the 230-key property, which broke ground late last year, will be the first Curio Collection by...
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Len Blavatnik and Alan Faena at the Faena District

Faena District in Miami Beach scores $140M refi

Alan Faena and Len Blavatnik developed the 1M sf mixed-use district Len Blavatnik’s Access Industries secured a $140 million loan to refinance the Faena District in Miami Beach. Apollo Commercial Real Estate Finance is providing the floating-rate loan, according to the Commercial...
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Bisnow/Deirdra Funcheon Developers Art Falcone and Nitin Motwani show that the 27-acre Miami Worldcenter site is at the intersection of major streets and highways, train access and the port.

Never Mind South Beach. Miami’s Downtown Is Undergoing A Multibillion-Dollar Transformation

by Deirdra Funcheon South Florida In 2010, when LeBron James announced during a televised ESPN special that he would be “taking his talents to South Beach” and joining the Miami Heat, Floridians chuckled, because while South Beach is the main tourist drag on a barrier island, the...
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