Renderings revealed: Beckham’s Miami Freedom Park, YotelPad & more

Renderings also for two newly proposed condo towers next to Brickell City Centre and Downtown Doral’s 5350 Park

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Jul.July 09, 2018 04:30 PM

Rendering of Miami Freedom Park

David Beckham’s group just released a rendering of its proposed mixed-use soccer complex. The Miami City Commission will vote this week on whether to place the proposal on a November referendum.

Beckham’s partner Jorge Mas calls the project Miami Freedom Park. The entire development includes a 25,000-seat stadium, 110 acres of green space, 400,000 square feet of office space, 23 acres of public soccer fields and 600,000 square feet of entertainment, restaurant and retail space.

The group hired Arquitectonica to design the renderings. The $1 billion project is slated to rise on the city-owned Melreese Country Club, which sits along Northwest 37th Avenue, just north of the Dolphin Expressway.

Two new condo towers at Brickell City Centre

Renderings recently released by Swire Properties give a glimpse as to what the developer intends to build on the former Tobacco Road site.

Swire is partnering with Colombian businessman Carlos Mattos to jointly develop two condo towers at 650 South Miami Avenue as an expansion of its Brickell City Centre.

The renderings, designed by Arquitectonica, show one tower featuring three levels of ground-floor retail. The Mattos-Swire development is on the northeast side of Brickell City Centre and will be connected by skybridges.

YotelPad Miami renderings

YotelPad Miami in downtown Miami just released renderings.

Aria Development is working with the Kuwaiti real estate company AQARAT to build the 31-story tower planned for 227 Northeast Second Street.

Once complete, the $150 million development will feature 215 condos and 250 Yotel “cabins,” or small hotel rooms. Prices start in the $300,000s. Condos range in size from about 417 square feet to 708 square feet.

Downtown Doral’s 5350 Park studio renderings

Codina Partners just released renderings for its studio apartments at Downtown Doral’s 5350 Park.

The 20-story project is the third of 10 condo towers Codina Partners is developing as part of its massive Downtown Doral mixed-use project.

The 238-unit development is made up of a mix of studios and one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments with prices starting in the $250,000s. It sits on the corner of Northwest 53nd Street and Northwest 84th Avenue.


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