Kushner Companies, Aria Development Group and a self-storage developer all have projects going before the city of Miami this week.
The Miami Urban Development Review Board will review plans for New York-based Kushner and PTM Partners’ massive multifamily mixed-use development in Edgewater, as the proposal moves through the site plan review process.
The phased 1,300-unit development, with ground-floor retail and amenities, is planned for 1900 and 2000 Biscayne Boulevard, in an Opportunity Zone.
Kushner, led by Charles Kushner, his daughter Nicole Kushner Meyer, and Laurent Morali, and PTM have sought waivers tied to the design and extension of the parking component and the size of the loading zones, as well as a reduction in the number of required parking spaces.
The 1900 Biscayne Boulevard site will be home to two towers with about 900 apartments, and the 2000 Biscayne Boulevard site will have one 36-story tower with about 420 units.
They have been in the works since 2019. Kobi Karp Architecture and Interior Design is the architect.
The developers completed the 2.3-acre assemblage a year ago with the $37.6 million acquisition of the 1.5-acre property at 1900 Biscayne Boulevard and 221 Northeast 19th Street.
Developer David Arditi’s latest condo project proposal will also go before Wednesday’s UDRB meeting.
Aria Development Group, led by CEO Joshua Benaim and co-founders Arditi and Timothy Gordon, is working with New York-based Largo and Miami-based Place Projects on the planned 104-unit condominium development at 2200 Brickell Avenue.
The properties, which include 2222, 2250, 2204, 2248 and 2252 Brickell Avenue, total about 1.7 acres.
Luis Revuelta’s Revuelta Architecture International is designing the five-story condo building, which will include one- to four-bedroom units and townhomes.
Peggy Olin’s OneWorld Properties is leading sales of 2200 Brickell, according to the website.
Units start at about $1 million. Olin and Arditi are a couple.
Records show Ram & Associates sold the assemblage for $12.8 million in early 2021.
The properties are home to apartment buildings constructed in the early 1970s, records show.
In Little River, RK Development Partners is proposing a self-storage facility at 7140 Northeast Miami Court.
The firm is led by Kevin Menendez and Charles Haydon, records show. It is not affiliated with the retail owner RK Centers, led by Raanan Katz.
Coral Gables-based Blitstein Design Associates is designing the planned seven-story, 137,000-square-foot building.
Miami’s UDRB will vote on whether to recommend or reject the proposal. 7200 NE Miami CT LLC paid $1 million for the nearly 0.6-acre property in 2021.
Last year, the city’s unsafe structures panel ordered the existing buildings be demolished.