MiamiCentral towers beginning to rise, image by Flickr user Phillip Pessar

All Aboard Florida’s MiamiCentral Phase One Starting to Take Shape | SkyriseCities

Since our last update in late 2015, progress has been moving along nicely at Phase One of All Aboard Florida‘s MiamiCentral Station… the project will come in two phases, beginning with two residential towers and an office building, all of which will rest atop the...
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Met Square rendering, image via Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates

Final Phase of Metropolitan Miami Under Construction | SkyriseCities

by Marcus Mitanis With Met Square‘s first few floors beginning to make an impact on the streetscape, MDM Development Group is closing in on completion of their Metropolitan Miami project. The fourth and final phase of the transformative development is a 43-storey tower with...
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Design Team for Margaritaville Hotel Unveiled | Boutique Design

NBWW, McBride Company, SCI to work on Orlando property The designers for the branded hotel within the MargaritaVillage development in Orlando, Florida, have been revealed: Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates Inc. (NBWW) will serve as architect, with interiors by The...
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Miami architecture firm NBWW tapped to design MargaritaVillage Hotel – Orlando Business Journal

NBWW to Design MargaritaVillage Hotel Miami-based Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates Inc., an award-winning, internationally recognized architecture firm, will design the hotel component of the MargaritaVillage resort in Kissimmee. NBWW will design the new 187-room...
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Rendering of an Auberge unit’s balcony (NBWW Architects; Credit: ArX Solutions)

NBWW Designed Auberge Beach Residences & Spa penthouse sells at record price per square foot

One $1,628 psf unit beat Fort Lauderdale’s previous price-per-square-foot record By Sean Stewart-Muniz Fort Lauderdale might not boast the same kinds of mansion-sized condos typical of Miami’s bigger developments, but the city still has a number of new luxury towers coming...
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Rendering of Washington Avenue hotel

New hotel and retail development coming to Washington Avenue – NBWW AoR

Miami Beach Historic Preservation Board approved project for east side of 600 block By James Teeple The first new large-scale development in years on Washington Avenue got a strong endorsement from the Miami Beach Historic Preservation Board on Tuesday. Board members approved a...
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Rendering of Bahia Mar (Credit NBWW)

Fort Lauderdale commissioners approve rezoning for NBWW designed Bahia Mar project

Project is still pending an extension of the developer’s lease on the city-owned land By Mike Seemuth Fort Lauderdale city commissioners advanced a planned redevelopment of the Bahia Mar hotel and marina after the developer lowered the height of two condominium buildings...
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Luxe Interiors & Design: BLUEPRINT Auberge Beach Residences & Spa

From Luxe Interiors & Design Magazine May-June Issue In 2017, Auberge Resorts Collection is bringing its signature livable luxury to Fort Lauderdale. The architects at Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates (NBWW) will construct two towers on 450 feet of oceanfront...
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Opal Sands Resort: A New Gem on Clearwater Beach

NBWW Designed Opal Sands Resort Prepares for Grand Opening Celebration

Quick Getaway – Opal Sands Resort Walking into a beach resort, guests may not expect to see exquisite and custom-designed works of art all around, but that’s just what they’ll find when visiting Opal Sands Resort. The resort opened last month on Clearwater Beach, recentl...
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A model of the Vue Sarasota Bay condominium proposed at U.S. 41 and Gulfstream Ave. in Sarasota is on display at the Michael Saunders & Co. gallery at 100 S. Washington Blvd. in Sarasota. The Sarasota Architectural Foundation hosted a reception there May 8 in which the architects, Don Wolfe and Igor Reyes of Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates Inc. in Miami, spoke about the building's roots in the Sarasota school of architecture. Staff photo / Harold Bubil; 5-8-2014.

Q&A with Gretchen Schneider on NBWW designed project, VUE Sarasota

By Harold Bubil – Herald Tribune A question-and-answer interview with Gretchen Schneider, general manager of the City of Sarasota’s planning and development department, regarding the zoning code as it relates to the Vue Sarasota Bay condominium and the adjoining...
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