On the scene: Architects, designers and developers kick off Miami Art Week & more

Integra Investments celebrates completing ArtSquare in Hallandale Beach

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Dec.December 07, 2018 01:30 PM

57 Ocean developer hosts Arquitectonica book signing

Miami-based architecture and design firm Arquitectonica kicked off Miami’s Art Week with a panel and book signing hosted by 57 Ocean developer Multiplan Real Estate Asset Management.

Multiplan, led by Brazilian billionaire José Isaac Peres, hosted a discussion moderated by the Miami Herald’s Jane Wooldridge. Panelists included Arquitectonica co-founder Bernardo Fort-Brescia and Alastair Gordon – the author of the new, eponymous book about Arquitectonica.

57 Ocean is an 81-unit, 18-story condo project designed by the Arquitectonica, under construction at 5775 Collins Avenue in Miami Beach.

Pierre Yves-Rochon discusses the art of interior design at Jade Signature

Acclaimed interior designer Pierre Yves-Rochon appeared at an event at Fortune International Group’s recently completed Jade Signature in Sunny Isles Beach to sign and discuss his book “Interior Splendor.”

Edgardo and Ana Cristina Defortuna of Fortune International Group hosted the event. Broadcast journalist Sabina Covo was the moderator.

The grand opening for Jade Signature, at 16901 Collins Avenue, was held in March. Fortune launched sales and construction of the oceanfront development in 2013.

Integra Investments completes ArtSquare in Hallandale Beach

Integra Investments just celebrated the completion of ArtSquare, its 8-acre mixed-use project at 401 North Federal Highway in Hallandale Beach.

The event featured live art and music. The project consists of six buildings with 358 rental apartments and 12,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space. Apartments start at $1,600 per month. The developer secured a $55.8 million loan for the project in 2016.


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