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Coral Gate Apartments, 6990 NW 186th St., is being converted into condos.

Coral Gate Realty Limited Partnership paid $63 million for the 768 rental units and plans to spend about $8 million renovating the project.

The Coral Gate project, constructed in 1977, is composed of five buildings with a gated entry on 22 acres. Condo prices will range from $63,900 to $187,000.

The project includes two pools, three tennis courts and a skating area.

TWO CONDO TOWERS

The city of Sunrise is going high-rise with Weitzer Communities' condominium TAO, two 26-story towers with 396 residences near Sawgrass Mills Mall.

On a 36-acre lake, TAO will feature a sand beach, tropical landscaping, tennis courts, putting green, pool area with spa and a children's playground.

One-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans ranging from 967 to 1,973 square feet and are priced from the $270,000s to the $500,000s.

For information, call 888-347-9996 or visit www.taocondos.com

• Miami-based Arquitectonica will be the designer for Paramount Bay, a 47-story project at 2066 N. Bayshore Dr. that will incorporate a historic house that was used in the movie There's Something About Mary. Info: 305-438-1004 or www.paramountbay.com.

• Groundbreaking is set in April for Axis at Brickell Village, a mixed-use development at 1100 SW First Ave., Miami. The project includes 20,000 square feet of street-level retail and commercial space and 718 residences in two 40-story towers. The temporary sales center is in Suite 1602 of the 1101 Brickell Ave. office tower. Call 305-373-3360 or see www.axisbrickell.com.

New construction and site work for an office complex in Coral Gables. Preliminary plans are calling for the demolition of an existing bank facility to make way for a 20-story, 269,000-square-foot tower to possibly house the world headquarters of a fast-food chain, ground-floor retail space, and a parking structure.

Construction is expected to commence spring 2006

New construction and site work for a mixed-use complex in Miami. Schematic plans are calling for a 47-story, 647,301-square-foot tower to house 364 one-, two-, and three-bedroom condominiums, a 6,000-square-foot health spa and fitness center, a pool, a 2,000-square-foot rooftop terrace, and 26,465 square feet of retail space.

Construction is expected to commence third quarter 2005

New construction and site work for a residential complex in Coral Gables. Working plans are calling for a five-story, Mediterranean-style building to house 38 two- and three-bedroom condominiums ranging from 1,357 to 1,604 square feet.

Construction is expected to commence in May 2005

New construction, demolition and site work for a community center / library in Surfside. Design plans call for the demolition of the existing center to make way for a new building to house a library and community facility. The project may call for renovation of the existing center.

Request for proposals are due March 30, 2005

New construction, renovations, and site work for a residential complex in Hollywood. Schematic plans are calling for a 17-story tower to house 231 one- and two-bedroom condominiums above 26,000 square feet of ground-floor commercial space. The project will also include modifications and improvements to an existing three-story historic building.

Construction is expected to commence spring 2005

New construction and site work for a hotel in Hollywood. Schematic plans are calling for the 14-story, 427,499-square-foot complex to house 264 guest rooms, a restaurant and bar area, meeting space, a fitness center and health spa, swimming pools, and 18,411 square feet of retail space.

Construction is expected to commence in summer 2005

New construction and site work for a mixed-use complex in Miami. Working plans are calling for two towers of 43 and 48 stories to house 1,000 one-, two-, and three-bedroom units ranging from 680 to 1,400 square feet. The project will also include two restaurants, a gourmet fresh market, and boutique shops.

Some site work may have commenced.

New construction and site work for a new mixed-use town center in Sunrise. Working plans are calling for two six-story, and two seven-story buildings to house 500,000 square feet of Class A office space, two mid-rise towers to house 363 one-, two-, and three-bedroom condominiums, 60,500 square feet of commercial space including five restaurants, and a three-acre open-air park. The project will also include several covered parking structures.

Construction is expected to commence summer 2005

Renovation, site work and new construction for a condominium development in Miami. Design plans are calling for a renovation of the first, second and third floors of an existing building into condo units. A 300-unit condo development will replace an existing parking lot.

Construction is expected to begin late summer 2005

Site work and new construction for a condominium development in Miami Beach. Design plans are calling for a four-story building consisting of 24 units totaling 24,000 square feet. There will be one- and two-bedroom units that will range from 645 square feet to just over 1,000 square feet.

Construction is expected to begin in May

New construction, demolition, and site work for a mixed-use complex in Miami. Working plans are calling for the demolition of an existing hotel to make way for a 19-story tower to house 199 one- and two-bedroom condominiums ranging from 671 to 1,050 square feet, 8,856 square feet of retail, and 12,900 square feet of office space. The project will also include pools, tennis courts, a business center, and a fitness center.

Construction is expected to commence in summer 2005

New construction and site work for a mixed-use complex in Miami. Schematic plans are calling for two 32-story towers to house 300,000 square feet of professional office space, and 200 one-, two-, and three-bedroom condominiums. The towers will also include some ground-floor retail space.

Construction is expected to commence in 2006

New construction and site work for a residential complex in Miami Beach. Working plans are calling for a 37-story tower to house 199 one- to four-bedroom condominiums ranging from 1,200 to 7,000 square feet, seven two- and three-bedroom townhomes, seven loft-style units, and 14 poolside cabanas. The project will also include a three-story sports club that will house a fitness center, pools, and a health spa.

Construction is expected to commence spring 2005

Site work and new construction for a mixed-use development in Miami-Dade County. Conceptual plans are calling for hundreds of mixed-income housing units and retail shops that will connect the government center to a cultural center, which may also include an artists village and an amusement park. A hotel is proposed as well as a children's museum.

The county is currently accepting bids for proposals


Renovation, site work and new construction for a condo development and bungalow in Miami. Design plans are calling for the renovation of the existing bungalow which, after completed, will be moved to another location. The construction of a condo development will take its place, which will consist of 156 units that will range from 850 square feet to 1,600 square feet. There will also be a pool and Jacuzzi.

Construction is expected to begin in May 2005

New construction and site work for a new residential complex in Miami. Working plans are calling for a 49-story tower to house 364 one- and two-bedroom condominiums ranging from 537 to 1,431 square feet. The project will also include two pools, a sundeck, and a fitness center.

Construction is expected to commence in June 2005

New construction and site work for a mixed-use complex in Hollywood. Preliminary plans are calling for two, seven-story buildings to house 450 apartments and condominiums. The project will also include an 800-student charter school, commercial space, and possible medical services.

Construction is expected to commence in spring 2006

ite work and new development for an academic village in Miami. Conceptual plans are calling for about 1,200 homes, 60,000 square feet of retail space, 40,000 square feet of office space, a public or charter school, a county library, a wellness center and a health clinic. The residential streets will consist of public facilities, small offices and some neighborhood retail. There will also be live-work townhouses where residents will have businesses along the ground floor. The residential area will be divided up among 600 townhouses/condos, 410 apartments and 90 single-family homes.

Construction is expected to begin in 2007

New construction and site work for a new mixed-use complex in Miami. Schematic plans are calling for 198 condominiums with 80,000 square feet of commercial space.

Construction is expected to commence spring 2005

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New construction and site work for a mixed-use complex in Coral Gables. Working plans are calling for a 14-story, Mediterranean-style tower to house 50 one-, two-, and three-bedroom condominiums, office space, and ground-floor retail space. The project will also include an exercise room and sauna, a pool, and an entertainment area.

Some site work may have commenced

New construction and site work for a new residential complex in Miami. Working plans are calling for a 44-story building to house 452 studios and one-, two-, and three-bedroom condominiums ranging from 451 to 1,486 square feet, a fitness center, a bar/lounge area, and a private theater.

Construction is expected to commence in spring 2005

New construction and site work for a mixed-use complex in Miami. Working plans call for 231 condominium units, 57 loft units and 86 tower units. The multi-phase project will also include a 151-room hotel, spa/fitness center, restaurant and retail space. The complex will be situated in five multi-story towers.

New construction and site work for a new residential complex in Miami Beach. Schematic plans are calling for a 22-story tower to house 67 three- and four-bedroom condominiums ranging from 1,030 to 4,150 square feet.

Construction is expected to commence in spring 2005

New construction and site work for a residential complex in Miami. Working plans are calling for a 41-story tower to house 489 one-, two-, and three-bedroom condominiums ranging from 785 to 1,617 square feet. The building will also include a two-story clubhouse, a two-story fitness club, a business/conference center, pools and separate spas.

Construction is expected to commence in March 2005.

Site work and new construction for a mixed-use revitalization project in Miami. Design plans are calling for a $220-million mix of seven buildings, ranging from four to 17 stories tall. Included are 232 live/work townhomes, and 75,000 square feet of commercial space that will include office, retail, restaurants and entertainment.

Construction is expected to begin May 2006

Site work and new construction for a luxury mid-rise condominium in Aventura. Design plans are calling for two towers consisting of one-, two-, three-, and four-bedroom models, averaging 1,700 square feet. Each tower is to have an 11-story, glass-enclosed atrium, along with an infinity-edge swimming pool. Two levels of covered parking and a 22-slip marina are also in the schematic plans.

Construction is starting mid-February 2005

Site work and new construction of a mixed-use development in Miami. Conceptual plans are calling for a 149-room, 85,000-square-foot hotel in a blighted neighborhood. Plans also include 150 lower priced condominium units and 160 moderately priced units.

A firm construction schedule has not been set

New construction, demolition, and site work for a large-scale condominium complex in Miami. Preliminary plans are calling for the demolition of an existing hotel to make way for three, approximately 50-story condominium towers to house 1,800 units each.

Demolition is expected to commence in fall 2005

Selective demolition, new construction, site work and renovations for a shopping center in North Miami Beach. Schematic plans are calling for converting the 27,000-square-foot former ice arena into six to ten high-end retail shops. The project will also include adding 3,000 square feet of space.

Demolition has just begun and construction is expected to start February 2005

New construction and site work for a new residential community in West Miami. Schematic plans are calling for 26 two-story, two- and three-bedroom, Mediterranean-style townhomes.

Construction is expected to commence January 2005

New construction and site work for a new high-rise in Miami. Schematic plans are calling for a 27-story, Class A office building with a steel and glass facade.

Construction is expected to commence in 2005

Site work and new construction of a residential complex in Miami. Design plans call for demolition of an existing building and rehabilitation of a 43,000-square -foot building to convert into two residential towers to house 112 one-, two-, and three-bedroom condos, lofts, and townhouse units. A pool, fitness center and meeting rooms will also be on site.

Construction is expected to commence in late spring 2005

New construction, demolition, and site work for a hotel in Key Biscayne. Preliminary plans are calling for the demolition of an existing seven-story hotel to make way for a 15-story complex housing 300 luxury hotel-condominium units. The project will also include restaurants, meeting/function space, a spa, and other resort amenities.

Demolition is expected to commence in the second half of 2006

New construction and site work for a government center in Miami. Working plans call for a two-story, 12,000-square-foot building to house municipal facilities, offices and meeting rooms.

New construction and site work for an arts center in Hollywood. Plans call for a performing arts building/amphitheater with a main fountain and children's play area. The project also includes a visual-arts building to house artist studios, a teaching area and bamboo and butterfly gardens. The project will be built out in four phases, the first three costing roughly $13 million. The final phase will call for the $5.9 million amphitheater.

The project is currently in the design phase

New construction and site work for a new residential high-rise in Miami Beach. Completed working plans are calling for a 20-story tower to house 84 two- and three-bedroom units ranging from 1,354 to 3,449 square feet. The project will also include a fitness center and pool.

Site work and new construction for a mixed-use development in Hollywood. Schematic plans are calling for demolition of a shopping center to make way for a 10-story building to house 214 one-, two-, and three-bedroom condominiums ranging from 796 to 1,522 square feet. Future phases will include 386 residential units in a combination of condo buildings, townhouses, and lofts, along with 15,000 square feet of boutique retail.

Renovations, demolition and remodeling for an existing commercial center in Miami. Working plans are calling for a rehabilitation of the entire 432,787-square-foot complex, including bringing the first floor to sidewalk level, gutting the interior and redeveloping with three floors of retail and four floors of parking above. The project will also include an expansion of an existing fitness facility to 45,000 square feet. Plans also call for a major renovation of the parkig garage.

Construction is expected to commence in May 2005

New construction and site work for a mixed-use development in Miami. Plans call for four multi-story buildings of varying heights situated on a 7.26-acre piece of land. The buildings will hold 1,462 multi-family residential units, 38,728 square feet of retail space, 203,000 square feet of office space and a 1,823-space parking facility.

The project is currently in the design stage

Site work and new construction of a hotel-condominium project in Miami. Early design plans are calling for two, eight story buildings to house 368 units. Amenities at the site will include a pool, spa, fitness center and restaurants.

Site work and new construction of a mixed-use development in Miami. Early design plans call for two 57-story towers that will house between 900 and 1,200 condominium units, 35,000 square feet of retail space, which will include a restaurant, and a large plaza. Amenities will include two pools, a parking garage and health club.

Site work and new construction of a mixed-use development in Miami. Design plans call for 480 units of resort / hotel rooms and 105 units of luxury fractional ownership residences. There will be 221,000 square feet of high-end retail and dining space, a 30,000-square-foot holistic spa, a 43-slip deepwater mega-yacht marina and a five-level parking garage with space for 1,600 cars. The site will include gardens, a promenade and cruise ship terminals

New construction and site work for a new residential complex in Miami Beach. Working plans are calling for three, 21-story towers to house 698 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, flats, and two-story townhomes ranging from 800 to 1,600 square feet. The project will also include 30,000 square feet of ground-floor retail, a marina, and a public river walk.

Construction is expected to commence February 2005

New construction of a mixed-use development in Hollywood. Preliminary plans call for a redevelopment of six-acres of vacant beachfront property. This project may include hotels, retail space, office space, and restaurants. The city has released RFP's for a number of developers and will chose one to manage the project.

New construction and site work for a new hospital in Miami. Schematic plans are calling for a seven-story, 300,000-square-foot facility to house 80 patient beds, an ICU, a pediatrics center, an ER, and outpatient services. The project will also include a 100,000-square-foot medical office building.

Construction is expected to commence spring of 2005

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yea the reason they don't list the project name is because, that site is for contractors like (electrical, painting, roofing, windows, plumbing and many others), but for $29.95 a month you would be able to know all addresses.
 

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thanks whiteeclipse hmmmm I WONDER IF THIS IS ICON BRICKELL

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New construction, demolition, and site work for a large-scale condominium complex in Miami. Preliminary plans are calling for the demolition of an existing hotel to make way for three, approximately 50-story condominium towers to house 1,800 units each.

Demolition is expected to commence in fall 2005, with construction to commence after. Interested parties should direct inquiries to the developer.

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Yea I think your right

Jorge Perez has signed a contract to buy the Sheraton Biscayne Bay hotel and ultimately plans to erect condominiums in its place. Miami developer Jorge Perez has signed a contract to buy the Sheraton Biscayne Bay hotel on Brickell Avenue, which sits on nearly five acres of prime waterfront land. Perez, who heads the Related Group of Florida, ultimately plans to bulldoze the hotel and erect three 50-story condominium towers on the site. For the time being, Perez may keep the hotel open while developing the first of the three high-rises. Under the terms of the deal, Perez will pay more than $100 million for the 4.7-acre site owned by Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance. Closing is scheduled for Dec. 15. Perez and Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance declined comment about the Sheraton property. Manny de Zarraga, executive managing director of Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, which is brokering the sale, confirmed a contract has been signed but refused to name the buyer. "The site commanded strong interest from big national players as well as some offshore companies," de Zarraga said. He said buyers were particularly attracted because, as opposed to buying a vacant parcel, the hotel can provide a profit source as development starts. If completed, the transaction would be one more indication that Miami's red-hot condo market is displacing development of other types of projects. Sites designated for office development in the downtown and Brickell area, for instance, are increasingly being used for condo development. Now a hotel site would be occupied by new condo towers. Perez ranks among South Florida's most prolific condo developers. He has more than three dozen projects stretching from South Pointe in Miami Beach to CityPlace in West Palm Beach. Now he has added another one. Although he declined to comment about the Sheraton deal, Perez said he signed a contract to pay more than $125 million for the Harbour House, a beachfront apartment rental complex in Bal Harbour. Perez bought the property from Colorado-based Archstone-Smith. He plans to renovate the units and convert them into condominiums. The hotel site at 495 Brickell Ave. would be his third development in the Brickell area. He is also developing twin condo towers called The Plaza at 901 Brickell Ave. and another condo project at 500 Brickell Ave. Located near the mouth of the Miami River, the Sheraton Biscayne Bay parcel fronts Brickell Avenue and stretches to the bay. The protected Tequesta Indian site, called the Miami Circle, lies to its north. A public park is south of the property. The Sheraton Biscayne Bay rises 17 floors and has some 598 rooms. Perez plans to replace it with three 50-story condo towers comprising two million square feet. Each building will have about 1,800 residential units. The project would take five to six years to complete.

 

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well i know that the web site for the project will be up and runnning in about 1 month. 500 BRICKELL CONDOS SOLD OUT SO THE NEW SALES CENTER FOR ICON BRICKELL WILL TAKE THE 500 BRICKELL OLD CENTER AND THE NEW CENTER WILL BE OPENING IN ABOUT 1 MONTH SO THERE YOULL FIND ALL YOUR INFO. THE TEMP SALES CENTER IS IN THE 500 BRICKELL OFFICE BUILDING IN THE 2 FLOOR ... GO THERE AND ULL SEE THE SCALE MODEL PROJECT BUT WAIT ABOUT 1 MONTH AND YOULL SEE IT IN THE 1 FLOOR
 
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