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  • Zyscovich: Architecture and Real Urbanism

    by Frank O. Gehry (Preface), Bernard Zyscovich (Introduction)

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  • Getting Real About Urbanism - Contextual Design for Cities

    This resource looks at city planning and design in a multi-dimensional way—paying attention to the history and environment of a particular area in order to create places with identifiable character.

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news & events

  • New renderings, contracts on $18M UCF Student Union expansion

    New renderings of the University of Central Florida's Student Union expansion reveal where the new restaurant vendors that have signed on with Aramark will be.

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  • Casa Bahia

    Rough materials ground a seemingly lighter-than-air getaway in Miami. Overlooking Biscayne Bay in Miami's Coconut Grove, Casa Bahia makes the most of its seaside setting.

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  • Bal Harbour Shops sweetens offer to village in drive for expansion

    The owner of the Bal Harbour Shops has modified its $400 million expansion plans to provide benefits for the village of Bal Harbour, including the construction of public buildings and donated land.

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  • How to make Miami as bikeable as Copenhagen

    Miami is a bicyclist’s nightmare. Bike lanes are few and far between and drivers treat cyclists like they’re an affront. Getting around by bike during rush hour is a courageous act.

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  • Can Miami ever become as bike-friendly as Copenhagen?

    In Copenhagen, Denmark, bicycles are the preferred method of transportation, not cars. Fifty-six percent of the people use bicycles to commute to work. About 70 percent ride bikes regularly.

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  • Municipal support for “active design” builds in Miami-Dade: panel

    Municipalities across Miami-Dade County are considering “active design” guidelines that encourage exercising, socializing and other elements of a healthy lifestyle.

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  • Ocoee commissioners welcome relocated charter school

    Montessori of Winter Garden Charter School is changing its name to Innovation Montessori Ocoee and moving to North Lakewood Avenue after receiving unanimous approval from Ocoee commissioners Jan. 17.

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  • Coral Gables to negotiate with Related Group, Allen Morris for $250M development

    The project would have offices, residential units and commercial space.

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  • Coral Gables to negotiate with developer for downtown garage redevelopment

    Coral Gables leaders plan to negotiate with a team of noteworthy developers as they redevelop two parking garages in the City Beautiful.

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  • Coral Gables to begin talks with Allen Morris/Related on mixed-use garages

    Coral Gables City Commission voted to move forward with the redevelopment of two city-owned garages off of Miracle Mile.

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  • These 2 garages in the City Beautiful aren’t so beautiful. It’s down to 2 ideas Read more here: htt

    The plan to redevelop two garages in downtown Coral Gables is moving closer to a decision from the City Commission and involves some major players in the South Florida development world.

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  • First look: New Florida passenger train unveiled

    After years of failed attempts to bring higher-speed rail service to the Sunshine State, officials with Brightline relished a historic moment Wednesday, showing off the first train set delivered to their operations center in this South Florida.

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  • Compromise Housing Program Approved by Miami-Dade

    County commissioners adopted a workforce housing program to address a growing affordability crisis.

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  • Have New York Investors Found the Next South Beach?

    Is Downtown Miami—home to historic Flagler Street—the next South Beach? For decades, public and private investment has avoided Downtown, where buildings of historic value were decaying. But the signs forecasting such a future are emerging, Downtown could

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  • Transit-oriented developments finally on track across South Florida

    Ideas for transit-oriented development have been proposed for years in South Florida.

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  • Here’s a look at progress on MiamiCentral train station as construction chugs along

    To judge from the architectural renderings, the station will be a train lover’s dream, Miami’s answer to Manhattan’s Grand Central, albeit in modern garb: Glowing escalators lead up into a soaring, skylit concourse and train platforms that are elevated 50

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  • South Florida by the numbers: Focus on boutique condos

    11 beach houses: for sale at Eleven on Lenox, at 1030 15th Street in Miami Beach. Developed by the Shoma Group, the project is within walking distance of popular shopping and dining attractions,museum and art district. Designed by Zyscovich Architects, th

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  • NEIGHBORHOOD TOUR: Wynwood ready for development boom as it grows up

    “It’s enough of a place where we can really create an impact,” Mana said in the inaugural “Breaking Ground with Brian Bandell” hosted by the Business Journal at it’s Miami offices. “This will really be the cultural hub of Miami. It is really like what we

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  • Charles Allem and Zyscovich Architects to Design Miami Development Eleven on Lenox

    Charles Allem, director of design at CAD International, will design the interiors for Miami’s Eleven on Lenox, a high-end development of 11 beach houses in South Beach. The project, slated for completion in 2018, is being designed by Zyscovich Architects

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 163th Among the Nation’s Top Architecture Firms

    View the list of the Nation’s Top Architecture Firms Ranked by Architectural Record

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  • Shopping strip for Cross Bay Chipotle, Planet Fitness to open at the development

    A representative for Crown Retail Services, the company spearheading the project, confirmed the plans but could not provide further details as of press time. Retail space still available in the retail development designed by Zyscovich Architects.

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  • Filmmaker's first architectural project is modernism-influenced Miami villa

    Colombian-Ecuadorian filmmaker Alejandro Landes has completed his first built project: a tropical-modernist mansion in Miami that is currently among the city's most expensive residential properties, market valued at $50 million.

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  • US Builders Review Case Study of Zyscovich Architects

    Since 1977, Zyscovich Architects has strived to create projects with purpose, bringing new life and vibrancy to cityscapes through integrated urban planning, architecture and interior design.

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  • Crews top off West Palm Beach train station

    Construction crews topped off the train station in downtown West Palm Beach for All Aboard Florida’s Brightline passenger rail service in South Florida, with downtown stops in Miami and Fort Lauderdale.

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  • Planning board delays decision on Comras’ proposed retail complex for Fifth Street in Miami Beach

    The Comras Company wants to build a four-story retail complex at Fifth Street and Lenox Avenue. Comras representatives pitched the Miami Beach Planning Board on its plans for a 192,265-square-foot building with 64,930 square feet of retail on the first th

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  • INSIDE LOOK: Film director lists waterfront mansion in Miami's Coconut Grove for $50M

    A waterfront mansion in Coconut Grove designed by filmmaker Alejandro Landes has been listed for $50 million. They had the seven-bedroom, eight-and-a-half-bathroom mansion designed by Zyscovich Architects.

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  • Filmmaker lists newly built Coconut Grove estate for $50M

    Film director, screenwriter, producer and now designer Alejandro Landes is asking $50 million for his newly built Coconut Grove estate, Casa Bahia. The three-story, waterfront home features interiors by his mother Catalina Echavarría, designs by Zyscovich

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  • Bayside Marketplace lays out plans for expansion

    The new Bayside Marketplace downtown will be extraordinary, said Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado, who was invited to the open air market on Biscayne Bay on Sept. 14 to celebrate the start of a major renovation for the shopping, restaurant and entertainment ven

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  • Public hospital breaks ground on $42M expansion

    Memorial Regional Hospital recently broke ground on a $42 million parking garage expansion designed by Zyscovich Architects.

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  • First Phase Of Bayside Renovations Set To Begin Next Month

    Downtown Miami’s Bayside Marketplace, a popular indoor-­outdoor festival marketplace that is often frequented by Miami locals and tourists, is about to get a well­ deserved facelift by Zyscovich Architects, one year shy of its 30th birthday.

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  • Bayside Marketplace to undergo much-needed makeover in October

    "Extensive renovations" of Bayside Marketplace in Downtown Miami are scheduled to begin in October, per the South Florida Business Journal. Zyscovich Architects recently revealed its designs for the property.

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  • Take a peek at Bayside Marketplace’s fresh new look

    The operators of downtown Miami’s Bayside Marketplace have unveiled a freshened-up look as part of a long-awaited renovation of the nearly 30-year-old festival-style mall and tourist attraction, which for years had been looking tired and even shabby in sp

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  • Brightline Tops Out Fort Lauderdale Station

    City and business leaders gathered on a construction site in downtown Fort Lauderdale Friday to celebrate the building of a train station intended to revolutionize travel in South Florida. Planned and designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP in associat

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  • FIRST LOOK: Renovations coming to downtown Miami’s waterfront mall

    Extensive renovations of Bayside Marketplace, the open-air mall along Biscayne Bay in downtown Miami, should begin in October. Zyscovich Architects recently revealed its designs for the property, which is managed by General Growth Properties and Ashkenazy

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  • Take a look at the new Bayside Marketplace in downtown Miami

    Zyscovich Architects, Ashkenazy Acquisition and General Growth Properties revealed plans on Wednesday to renovate Bayside Marketplace, a nearly 30-year-old waterfront shopping center in downtown Miami.

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  • Mana secures approval for 9.7M-square-foot project in Wynwood after another compromise

    Moishe Mana’s vision for a massive cultural, arts, workplace and housing center in Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood can now take shape after the Miami City Commission approved the project Sept. 8.

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  • Sprawling 25-Acre Mana Wynwood Project Gets Go-Ahead

    A sprawling development's rocky road to Miami city approval came to a favorable end Thursday. City commissioners gave New York real estate developer Moishe Mana a green light to move forward with his 25-acre mixed-use project in the city's Wynwood arts d

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  • Wynwood mega-project good to go, with unexpected twist

    Entrepreneur Moishe Mana won Miami Commission approval on Thursday for a mammoth redevelopment project in the heart of Wynwood in an unusual hearing that saw commissioners publicly mediate a dispute between the developer and his fellow neighborhood proper

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  • Eleven on Lenox Ocean-Inspired Beach Houses Launched by Shoma Group

    South Florida’s leading real estate development firm, Shoma Group, has announced its first residential development in Miami Beach, Eleven on Lenox, located at 1030 15th Street, Miami Beach. Eleven beach houses will be built in one of South Beach’s most po

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  • Southeast Top Design Firms 2016

    Zyscovich Architects ranked 60th of the top design firms in the Southeast US for 2016.

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  • Eleven on Lenox launches sales in South Beach

    Shoma Group’s Eleven on Lenox, formerly dubbed Eleven, has launched sales in South Beach. The development of 11 "ocean-inspired beach houses" on Lenox Avenue and 15th Street is within skipping distance to Lincoln Road and nine blocks from the ocean.

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  • New Florida Keys State-of-the-Art School Designs Unveiled

    The new look of the first 21st century school in Monroe County, Plantation Key School, is released and it will inspire collaborative learning for the next generation.

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  • Parking-less Moishe Mana tower near rail hub hailed

    Developer Moishe Mana is planning to build a tall and slender residential tower in the heart of Miami’s urban core with not a single new parking space.

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  • 3 new schools to ease overcrowding set to open in Orange County

    “It’s a project we’ve worked on for 10 years to bring a wonderful K-8 school to the Wedgefield community. We’re going to have over 800 children here on the first day of school,” said Joie Cadle, who represents District 1 on the Orange County School Board.

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 65th Among the Nation’s Top 100 Architecture Firms

    View the list of the Nation’s Top 100 Architecture Firms Ranked by Building Design+Construction.

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 38th Among the Nation’s Top Retail Architecture Firms

    View the list of the Nation’s Top 90 Retail Architecture Firms Ranked by Building Design+Construction.

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 17th Among the Nation’s Top Military Architecture Firms

    View the list of the Nation’s Top 30 Military Architecture Firms Ranked by Building Design+Construction.

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 79th Among the Nation’s Top Local Government Design and Construction Fir

    View the list of the Nation’s Top 80 Local Government Design and Construction Firms Ranked by Building Design+Construction.

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 38th Among the Nation’s Top Hotel Design and Construction Firms

    View the list of the Nation’s Top 60 Hotel Design and Construction Firms Ranked by Building Design+Construction.

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 76th Among the Nation’s Top BIM Design and Construction Firms

    View the list of the Nation’s Top 140 BIM Design and Construction Firms Ranked by Building Design+Construction.

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 92nd Among the Nation’s Top Office Architecture Firms

    View the list of the Nation’s Top 100 Office Architecture Firms Ranked by Building Design+Construction.

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 13th Among the Nation’s Top Transit Design and Construction Firms

    View the list of the Nation’s Top 20 Transit Design and Construction Ranked by Building Design+Construction.

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 117th Among the Nation’s Top Reconstruction Architecture Firms

    View the list of the Nation’s Top 130 Reconstruction Architecture Firms Ranked by Building Design+Construction.

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 27th Among the Nation’s Top Airport Terminal Architecture and A/E Firms

    View the list of the Nation’s Top 35 Airport Terminal Architecture and A/E Firms Ranked by Building Design+Construction.

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 40th Among the Nation’s Top K-12 School Architecture Firms

    View the list of the Nation’s Top 100 K-12 School Architecture Firms Ranked by Building Design+Construction.

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 79th Among the Nation’s Top Multifamily Architecture Firms

    View the list of the Nation’s Top 110 Multifamily Architecture Firms Ranked by Building Design+Construction.

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 97th Among the Nation’s Top University Architecture Firms

    View the list of the Nation’s Top 100 University Architecture Firms Ranked by Building Design+Construction.

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 117th Among the Nation’s Top Green Building Architecture Firms

    View the list of the Nation’s Top 130 Green Building Architecture Firms Ranked by Building Design+Construction.

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  • Last Minute Deal Secures Approval For City Mana Wynwood Project

    Negotiations on a new 24-acre development in Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood came down to the wire Thursday -- literally. In a last-minute deal that earned the approval of Miami commissioners, the Mana Wynwood development group agreed to pay as much as $25 m

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  • Wynwood mega-project good to go, with unexpected twist

    Entrepreneur Moishe Mana won Miami Commission approval on Thursday for a mammoth redevelopment project in the heart of Wynwood in an unusual hearing that saw commissioners publicly mediate a dispute between the developer and his fellow neighborhood proper

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  • Wynwood BID reaches tenuous compromise with Moishe Mana

    Moishe Mana and the Wynwood Business Improvement District board appear to have reached a compromise after heated debate over restrictions on Mana’s massive development in the neighborhood, but uncertainty still hovers over the arts- and trade-focused rede

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  • Miami commissioner wants millions from Wynwood mega-project for Overtown

    Entrepreneur Moishe Mana, who wants to build one of the biggest development projects Miami has ever seen plumb in the heart of Wynwood’s burgeoning hipster district, made a complex deal earlier this year to win critical support from his fellow neighborhoo

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  • FIRST LOOK: Comras plans big retail project on South Beach

    Developer Michael Comras has proposed a retail building plus parking near the gateway to South Beach. The 192,265-square-foot building would rise four stories, with parking on the roof, and was designed by Zyscovich Architects. It would have 64,930 square

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  • Downtown Miami to get micro-living apartment tower

    Miami’s Urban Design Review Board (UDRB) approved a micro-living apartment tower with no parking from entrepreneur and developer Moishe Mana and Zyscovich Architects. The design was approved along with the Miami Worldcenter plan, a 10-block, 30-acre devel

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  • Massive project in Wynwood reaches agreement with neighborhood BID

    The Mana Wynwood project, one of the largest developments in Miami at 9.72 million square feet of residential, commercial and cultural amenities, has reached a compromise agreement with the neighborhood association.

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  • New Florida Keys State-of-the-Art School Designs Unveiled by Zyscovich Architects

    The new look of the first 21st century school in Monroe County, Plantation Key School, is released and it will inspire collaborative learning for the next generation of Florida Keys students from Kindergarten through 8th grade education.

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  • Related, Terranova compete for massive Coral Gables project

    The battle is on for the right to redevelop a 2-acre stretch of city-owned land in Coral Gables, with two teams led by the Related Group and Terranova Corp. in the running.

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  • All aboard

    In cities across the nation, Americans are increasingly choosing to relocate to the urban core for smaller spaces, convenience, entertainment options, proximity to nearby restaurants, shopping and employment opportunities. A critical challenge for urban l

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  • Shoma set to launch “11,” a townhome project near Lincoln Road

    Shoma Group is about to launch its first residential project in Miami Beach, a luxury townhome development near Lincoln Road. Called “11,” the project will offer 11 three-story townhomes priced from $3.2 million to $4 million, or about $1,000 per SF are b

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  • Plans Unveiled for Parking-Free Miami Skyscraper

    The convenience of nearby transit facilities has eliminated the need for parking at a proposed development that would stretch 183 metres (599 feet) above 200 North Miami Avenue. Israeli-born American entrepreneur Moishe Mana is behind the 49-storey projec

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  • U.S. Colombian Consulate awarded historic preservation building design of the year by Coral Gables C

    An upgrade of a 92 year-old Spanish Mediterranean building wins design award for harmoniously blending traditional Mediterranean style and modern, cutting-edge technology into a cultural oasis for the Colombian Consulate.

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  • U.S. Colombian Consulate awarded historic preservation building design of the year by Coral Gables C

    An upgrade of a 92 year-old Spanish Mediterranean building wins design award for harmoniously blending traditional Mediterranean style and modern, cutting-edge technology into a cultural oasis for the Colombian Consulate.

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  • 'New Thinking' Behind 49-Story Miami Tower With Tiny Units

    Mana's plans now go before the city's planning and zoning board for full review. The tower would dwarf its neighbors. The tallest nearby building is the 29-story Lawson E. Thomas Courthouse Center on First Avenue. A 78-story Liquid Lofts tower has been pr

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  • Moving forward: new retail plans for Miami Worldcenter, Moishe Mana’s apartment tower

    A city of Miami design board approved new plans for Miami Worldcenter, developer Moishe Mana’s micro-living apartment tower, and plans for a new Wynwood apartment building at a meeting on Monday.

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  • Miami design board OKs micro-living tower, new Worldcenter blueprint

    The city's design-review board unanimously endorsed the redesigned Miami Worldcenter retail and residential plan on Monday despite some questions over its landscaping and architecture, likely smoothing the way to its approval by the Miami planning departm

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  • Will tiny apartments without parking solve Miami’s rent crunch?

    An entrepreneur who’s bought a big chunk of downtown Miami while promising some mold-breaking surprises was apparently not kidding: He wants to build an eye-catching 49-story tower with apartments so small there’s no room for ovens in the tiny kitchens. A

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  • ME by Meliá Debuts in the U.S.

    Meliá Hotels has introduced its ME by Meliá brand—promoting both individualized experiences and social interaction—to the U.S. with the newly launched ME Miami. Centrally located downtown, the 129-room hotel features architecture by locally based Zyscovic

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  • Mana submits plans for 49-story apartment tower in downtown Miami

    Mana Wynwood has submitted plans for a 49-story, 328-unit apartment tower in downtown Miami, the first for developer Moishe Mana in downtown Miami. Mana and Zyscovich Architects submitted their plans for 200 North Miami Avenue to Miami’s Urban Developme

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  • South Beach retail strip sells for $29M to big investor

    Three buildings on Washington Avenue in South Beach were sold to a big New York investor for a combined $29 million. Washington Ave. Associates, an affiliate of Lightstone Group, acquired the properties in three transactions from separate sellers. The buy

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  • Miami Marine Stadium, The Underline, Ludlam Trail could be on ballot

    Miami voters may be asked this November to approve a $275 million bond initiative to fund everything from roadway and sewer improvements to big-ticket parks projects like The Underline, Ludlam Trail and the restoration of historic Marine Stadium.

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  • Commissioners Give Initial OK to Massive Wynwood Project

    The largest zoning code overhaul in Miami history was given a preliminary green light. Moishe Mana's massive special area plan, a mechanism used for projects of more than 9 acres that permits a developer to mold zoning within existing regulations...

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  • Mana Wynwood gets preliminary nod from Miami City Commission

    The Miami City Commission took the first step in approving Moishe Mana’s ambitious plan to create an international business, cultural and entertainment-focused campus in Wynwood. Commissioners on Thursday gave preliminary approval for the “Mana Wynwood S

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  • For future of Wynwood, look to Jersey City. Yes. Jersey City.

    JERSEY CITY, N.J. Moving-company and arts mogul Moishe Mana’s grand but hazy vision for his extensive holdings in Miami’s mushrooming Wynwood district, which calls for a mini-city built around “culture,” starts to solidfy once you see his sprawling Mana C

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  • Architect crafts micro unit tower with no parking

    Architect Bernard Zyscovich designed Moishe Mana’s proposed apartment tower in downtown Miami for a lifestyle that’s rare in South Florida: no parking spaces; micro living units; and a plethora of shared amenities.

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  • 53-story M-Tower wins approval from Miami’s design board

    The development of a 53-story tower in downtown Miami, which will include additional parking for the public but none reserved for its future residences, was approved by the Urban Design Review Board Wednesday, pending a couple of design improvements.

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  • Megacenter, M-Tower Take the Next Steps Toward Reality

    Two towering proposed developments, Megacenter and the M-Tower, received Urban Design Review Board approval this week for their proposed projects, one in Brickell and the other in Downtown Miami. M-Tower designed by Zyscovich Architects is the planned 637

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  • Bernard Zyscovich: Architect puts urban realism to work in Miami projects

    Bernard Zyscovich didn’t feel like a typical architectural student when he began his studies at Pratt Institute. For starters, he said, his classmates knew at a young age they wanted to be architects and were skilled at drawing and designing things while

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  • The Hamptons ‘hood that won’t break the bank

    Soon to debut, the Bernard Zyscovich designed Ponquogue Point in Hampton Bays has 21 townhouse-style spots priced from the mid-$600,000s, offering lush landscaping, a pool, a floating dock and a bocce court.

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  • What will Wynwood look like in 30 years? This plan shows the change

    A conceptual rendering of developer Moishe Mana’s proposal for a massive Wynwood development centered around a public “common,” designed by Zyscovich Architects.

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  • Plan Z aims to make Rickenbacker Causeway safer for bikes, runners AND cars

    There have been three deaths of cyclists on the Rickenbacker Causeway in the past five years. Architect and cyclist, Bernard Zyscovich, updated his proposal to make the causeway cyclist and pedestrian-friendly.

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  • Aloft at Aventura ParkSquare scores $37M construction loan

    Norwich Partners has closed on $37 million in construction financing for an Aloft hotel at Aventura ParkSquare, a mixed-use project that’s being developed by Integra Investments. Zyscovich Architects designed both hotels, as well as Aventura ParkSquare.

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  • Tennis champ Andy Murray’s bayfront condo in Brickell is under contract

    The third-best tennis player in the world, Andy Murray, has secured a buyer for his $3 million Jade condo. The Jade Residences at Brickell Bay 48-story tower was designed by Bernard Zyscovich.

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  • Bernard Zyscovich's New Plan Z 2.0 for Rickenbacker Causeway is Visionary

    Architect Bernard Zyscovich initially unveiled a plan to convert the Rickenbacker Causeway into a "scenic road through a park" a couple of summers ago, but it included dropping the number of driving lanes from three to two.

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  • Plan to Turn Rickenbacker Causeway into Linear Park is Back and Fancier Then Ever

    The first time we heard of architect Bernard Zyscovich's plan to turn parts of the Rickenbacker causeway into a pedestrian and cyclist friendly linear park it was a revolutionary but still modest idea. His original plan called for lessening the number of

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  • Rickenbacker Causeway on Virginia Key may get more bike friendly

    A plan to turn parts of the Rickenbacker Causeway on Virginia Key into a state-of-the-art bike and pedestrian path and parkway has been upgraded.

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  • Bal Harbour Shops submits new expansion plan, drops proposed village hall swap

    A new rendering of the expansion plans for the Bal Harbour Shops including keeping the current Village Hall intact. The Village Council, in a 2-2 vote, voted against the expansion plans at a special meeting April 14 at the Sea View Hotel. Zyscovich Arch

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  • Three questions with Bernard Zyscovich

    Bernard Zyscovich’s architecture firm has designed many landmark South Florida properties, and it’s playing an instrumental role in crafting plans for some trendy Miami neighborhoods.

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  • Luxury Townhome Project "Eleven" Planned Near Lincoln Road

    A luxury townhome development called "Eleven" by Shoma Group is planned for the corner of Lenox Avenue and 15th Street in Miami Beach, reports the Real Deal.

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  • Norwich Partners tops out Aventura AC Hotel

    Developer Norwich Partners just topped out its upcoming AC Hotel by Marriott in Aventura.

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  • Hudson’s Bay Sheds Another $50M in HBS Global Properties

    Hudson’s Bay Company, which is bringing a Saks Off Fifth to Liberty View Industrial Plaza in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, has sold off even more of its equity in HBS Global Properties as a means of reducing its debt.

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  • All Aboard Florida's Self-Propelled Paradigm Shift

    ENR Southeast’s Owner of the Year takes a new approach to transit system development

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  • Miami moves 9.7M-square-foot Mana Wynwood project forward

    Mana Wynwood, a 9.72-million-square-foot project that would be one of Miami’s largest developments, won unanimous approval from the city’s planning and zoning board on March 2.

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  • S. Fla. Architecture Firm Sets Up Shop in C. Fla.

    Two big names in Florida architecture have joined forces to create a bigger presence in Central Florida. Here's what they are planning for the region.

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  • $60M Transformation: City Village Master Plan to Bring Jobs, Housing, Retail

    A preliminary version of the City Village master plan, unveiled last week, envisions transforming the blighted corridor between TSYS and Bibb City into a vibrant environment that would attract residents and businesses alike.

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  • Major Mixed-use Project in Miami-Dade Secures Construction Loan

    The developer of Aventura ParkSquare obtained a $33.28 million construction loan from Bank of the Ozarks that allowed the mixed-use project to get underway.

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  • Rickenbacker Causeway Park Would String Together Miami's Own Emerald Necklace

    Rickenbacker Park, a new linear park proposed by architect Bernard Zyscovich also known as 'Plan Z,' could similarly string together a chain of existing parks and green space along the Rickenbacker Causeway...

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  • Whitman pays $30M for Church by the Sea for Bal Harbour Shops expansion

    Bal Harbour Shops has purchased the Church by the Sea’s lot for $30 million, marking another step forward for Whitman Family Development’s expansion plans for the upscale shopping center.

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  • What I’ve learned: Military & Federal Architecture

    Here comes the question, “What type of architecture do you do?” “Military and federal architecture,” I say. Not knowing what that really means in relation to “real” architecture — you know, houses, banks, office buildings.

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  • City could approve transit-oriented development zone with 5.6M square feet, 3,800 units

    Hialeah commissioners will consider final approval on Jan. 12 for the Hialeah Market Station plan, an 80-acre transit-oriented development zone for mixed-use projects.

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  • Brooklyn Really Is Getting a Saks Off Fifth as Hudson’s Bay Signs Sunset Park Deal

    Hudson’s Bay Company last week signed a roughly 30,000-square-foot deal to bring Saks Off Fifth discount store to Liberty View Industrial Plaza in the Sunset Park neighborhood of Brooklyn, Commercial Observer has learned.

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  • Moishe Mana plans 9.7M square feet for Mana Wynwood in Miami - SFBJ

    Moishe Mana’s transformational plan for Miami’s Wynwood would be one of South Florida largest development projects with 9.72 million square feet and 3,482 residential units.

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  • Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish: The Blessed Dedication

    This weekend, on Saturday, December 12th, 2015, marks the dedication of Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish, the youngest parish in the archdiocese of Miami.

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  • Photo gallery: Celebration of the new Our Lady of Guadalupe Church | Sat., Dec. 12, 2015

    Crowds gather outside the new Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Doral on Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015.

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  • New Upper Keys school to be modeled after top-of-the-line campus in Boynton Beach

    What some say is Florida's best elementary school will be the model for a new Plantation Key School, at least according to Zyscovich Architects partner Jose Murguido.

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  • Mana Wynwood's New Vision, Presented via a Special Area Plan

    Moishe Mana, founder of Mana Wynwood, an organization founded to encourage Wynwood's blossoming into an international arts destination and cultural epicenter for the Americas, is at it again. This time it's in partnership with Zyscovich Architects to crea

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  • Mana Submits Special Area Plan For 30 Acres In Wynwood

    MOISHE MANA’S SPECIAL AREA PLAN FOR MIAMI’S WYNWOOD AREA REVEALED Zyscovich Architects presents vision for former Wynwood Warehouse District in the City of Miami.

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  • Details unveiled of 235-mile Florida train service

    The developer building the USA’s only privately owned and operated passenger rail service has unveiled details of the route’s express trains.

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  • A mini-city in Wynwood? Landowner wants huge tech-arts hub with central square

    The other big shoe ? the one everyone was waiting for ? has finally dropped in sizzling-hot Wynwood, and it’s a doozy.

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  • Moishe Mana Aims to Lure Innovative Companies With New Zoning in Wynwood, Miami

    New York based developer, Moishe Mana, has hired Bernard Zyscovich, of Zyscovich Architects to create a master plan for for 30 acres of development in former Wynwood Warehouse District in Miami.

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  • New Florida train service to whisk passengers between Miami and Orlando

    A privately owned and operated passenger rail service is on track to begin connecting travelers in four major Florida cities by mid-2017.

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  • Facing South Florida: Cyclists Struck Part II

    Two cyclists were struck and one was killed this week on the Rickenbacker Causeway by an alleged drunk driver. Walter Reyes, who was training for the upcoming Dolphins Cycling Challenge, is the third cyclist to be killed along the Rickenbacker in the past

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  • Facing South Florida: Cyclists Struck Part I

    Two cyclists were struck and one was killed this week on the Rickenbacker Causeway by an alleged drunk driver. Walter Reyes, who was training for the upcoming Dolphins Cycling Challenge, is the third cyclist to be killed along the Rickenbacker in the past

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  • On the scene at Panorama Tower’s EB-5 launch

    City of Miami officials and Florida East Coast Realty executives celebrated the launch of the EB-5 private placement for the developer’s Panorama Tower recently.

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  • What Will Change After Bal Harbour Shops' $400M Upgrade?

    The Bal Harbour Shops readies itself for another accomplished 50 years with a planned $400 million enhancement.

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  • Funky, M-shaped bus stop coming to Miami

    Zyscovich Architects won $22,000 in the Miami Foundation’s Public Space Challenge to install artsy, functional bus stops in spots around Miami.

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  • Bernard Zyscovich, Public Space Challenge Winner, is Bringing a Big-M-Shaped Bus Stop to Bayside

    Zyscovich Architects has won $22,000 in the Miami Foundation's Public Space Challenge to bring fun, funky bus stations to key locations around Miami, beginning in front of Bayside Marketplace with an initial concept bus shelter shaped like a big M.

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  • Zyscovich Designing Bus Shelter for Bayside Marketplace

    Architect Bernard Zyscovich’s firm is designing a bus shelter at Bayside Marketplace, as part of a winning concept for the 2015 Public Space Challenge.

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  • AC Hotel in Aventura lands $35M construction loan

    Norwich Partners has closed on a $35 million mortgage for its planned AC Hotel by Marriott in Aventura, according to Miami-Dade County records.

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  • City planners host series of development workshops

    City planners Tuesday night started a wide-ranging conversation about preserving and revitalizing Bahama Village, the largely residential neighborhood that borders Duval Street and the Truman Waterfront.

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  • Miami Dade College in building mode

    To expand the breadth and depth of its course offerings and create space for greater enrollment, Miami Dade College is building new academic facilities and parking garages on some of its campuses.

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  • ADP to Streamline HR Processes, and to Help Build a Better Workforce

    Zyscovich Architects, a full-service architectural, interior and urban design firm based in Miami, has partnered with ADP to build a better workforce to manage its ongoing growth while it meets increased regulatory and reporting requirements.

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  • Infinity Adding 60K Square Feet on Top of Kingswood Center

    Nearly a year after buying two mixed-use Midwood, Brooklyn, properties for $79.1 million, the owners are hoping to tack on 60,000 square feet at one of the plazas for one or more tenants to occupy, Commercial Observer has learned.

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  • AC Hotel planned for Aventura

    A week after Florida's first AC Hotel opened in Miami Beach, another South Florida location has been announced. Miami's Zyscovich Architects said its client, Norwich Aventura II, LLC, approved the design of the 233-room hotel on Tuesday.

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  • Zyscovich to design AC Hotel in Aventura

    A second AC Hotel is coming to South Florida, The Real Deal has learned. Zyscovich Architects will design the 192,514-square-foot hotel in Aventura, according to a press release.

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  • Bal Harbour Shops Expansion Refined, Detailed in New Renders

    Bal Harbour Shops has released new renderings of the mall's planned expansion, which would include a land swap with the Village of Bal Harbour that still has to be approved by voters, a new mall entrance, more generous public amenities...

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  • Akerman's Prediction: Miami Hotels Will Stay Hot for Real Estate Investors

    Miami hotels, a profitable investment for those who have jumped into the market over the past few years, are about to get even hotter.

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  • Architects re-imagine the retail landscape with bold designs

    The vast majority of retail centers in South Florida are sprawling enclosed malls surrounded by lakes of asphalt, or strip centers set back far from the street. But many of the region’s new shopping projects have bold architecture that aims to energize pe

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  • Food Chains Sign For Spaces At Jared Kushner And Aby Rosen’s Dumbo Heights

    Fast food restaurants Dig Inn, taqueria Dos Toros and the sandwich shop Untamed Sandwiches have all signed to open branches at the new Dumbo Heights development in Brooklyn, the Daily News has reported. Jared Kushner, Aby Rosen and Asher Abehsera are deve

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  • Dig Inn, Dos Toros opening up in Dumbo Heights

    Thousands of creative employees who will be working at the brand new tech hub Dumbo Heights will have plenty of lunch options. Multiple dining establishments are planning a move to the new commercial complex in Dumbo, according to the New York Daily News.

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  • Dumbo Heights to become a major eats destination following leases

    Dumbo is finally about to become a major retail destination, more than 30 years after the neighborhood down under the Manhattan Bridge overpass started its transformation from dilapidated warehouse district to one of the most expensive and desirable neigh

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  • Galaxy E3 Elementary becomes first school in Florida to earn LEED Platinum status

    BOYNTON BEACH – Galaxy E3 Elementary School can now add Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Platinum certification to its list of accolades for its “green” campus – a first for a Florida public or private school.

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  • Galaxy Elementary earns LEED Platinum certification - Sun Sentinel

    The Galaxy E3 Choice School has officially earned its LEED Platinum certification (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) from the U.S. Green Building Council, a first for a Florida public or private school.

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  • New waterfront community in Hampton Bays

    A new waterfront community is expected to be completed by midsummer in Hampton Bays. Twenty-three town houses starting at $700,000 each are being built where the old Allen's Acres Resort Motel was at 68 Foster Ave., says Bernard Zyscovich, founder and

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  • Miami Beach Really Wants to Revamp Washington Avenue

    A push to initiate an urban transformation for Washington Avenue is in the works. Interested parties are voicing their concerns to end the widely used avenue's fall into what many consider to be disrepair and tawdriness, with its

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  • Ponquogue Point: New Luxury Waterfront Condos in Hampton Bays

    NYC police commissioner William Bratton and his legal eagle wife Rikki Klieman, New York Post columnist Richard Johnson and Lord and Lady Liliana Caven-dish are just a few of the cognoscenti who have homes in Hampton Bays. This quiet hamlet in the Town of

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  • Integra Announces Health-Oriented Mixed-Use Develp for Aventa

    Miami-based Integra Investments recently announced plans for Aventura ParkSquare, a mixed-use development engineered with healthy living and wellness in mind.

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  • Ahmed Alvarez Promoted to Principal, MHBM

    Kimberly “Kim” Garcia has joined Morrison, Brown, Argiz & Farra as a director in the Risk Advisory Practice, focusing on Information Technology risk. Previously, she was at Ernst & Young. Garcia has a master’s of accounting in information systems audit an

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  • Aventura ParkSquare proposed as fit living mixed-use development

    Integra Investments has unveiled plans for Aventura ParkSquare, a mixed-use project that Zyscovich Architects designed with a healthy lifestyle in mind.

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  • In Hampton Bays, Ponquogue Manor

    “In Venice I realized that what we create as architecture is a stage set for the theater of life.” Bernard Zyscovich

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  • Tibor Hollo taps Zyscovich Architects for Panorama Tower

    Tibor Hollo hired Zyscovich Architects for the project, which is the first development in the city of Miami to be partially funded by the EB-5 visa program, the architecture and design firm announced Tuesday. - See more at: http://therealdeal.com/miami/bl

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  • Zyscovich Architects tapped for Panorama Tower design

    Florida East Coast Realty hired Zyscovich Architects as the interior designer for its Panorama Tower, which would become one of the tallest buildings in Florida.

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  • Zyscovich Architects tapped for Panorama Tower design, South Florida Business Journal

    Florida East Coast Realty hired Zyscovich Architects as the interior designer for its Panorama Tower, which would become one of the tallest buildings in Florida. The 83-story project is funded by the EB-5 visa program. While the exterior design is mostly

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  • Developers bank on healthy living in Aventura, Miami

    Developers in South Florida have offered car elevators, indoor ice skating rinks, 24-hour concierge service and other luxury amenities to entice residents into their gleaming new buildings.

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  • Doral Parishioners: Expect A Miracle!

    That’s when parishioners of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Doral plan to dedicate their new church, chapel, and multipurpose building, going in less than 15 years from a community without a home to one with a completely built parish plant.

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  • Closing the gap: New Loxahatchee Groves Campus to serve growing West Central Area

    After securing $6 million in legislative funding last year toward construction of the first building, Palm Beach State College is slated to open its fifth campus in Loxahatchee Groves in 2016.

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  • Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church’s Land Blessing

    A special blessing was given to the land where the future Temple of Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church will be built in Doral.

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  • General Growth Properties Hires Zyscovich Architects

    MIAMI, Jan. 12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- In response to the rapidly changing demographics of downtown Miami and as people of all ages are choosing to live, work and play in the city's urban core, General Growth Properties Inc. has retained Zyscovich Architect

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  • Zyscovich Architects tapped to revamp Miami’s Bayside Marketplace

    General Growth Properties hired Zyscovich Architects to "reimagine" Bayside Marketplace in downtown Miami. Bayside has been the main shopping complex in downtown Miami for years, but it's about to get a lot of company with Brickell City Centre and Miami

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  • Our Lady of Guadalupe Groundbreaking Ceremony

    In early January, the groundbreaking of the Our Lady of Guadalupe project was celebrated in a very intimate ceremony with only 20 attendees. The event was hosted by Father Israel Mago from Our Lady of Guadalupe with special speakers Bishop Peter Baldacchi

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  • Our Guide to the New Era of Miami Shopping, OD magazine

    How times have changed. Back in 1982, I was walked to the roof of the old Senator Hotel by a seer. In the distance was the Atlantic in mid-morning reverie. Just below, though, was the slow-moving Ocean Drive foot traffic of the retired Northerners who’d m

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  • Market Station Transit Oriented Development (TOD) District - The City of Hialeah

    The City of Hialeah's community leaders and residents have the opportunity to reinvest in one of its most underutilized areas, creating Hialeah's first planned multimodal mixed-use community. The Market Station Transit Oriented Development (TOD) District

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  • Final Stage of Construction of the Downtown Doral Charter Elementary School

    Recently, Codina Partners, Link Construction and Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS) held a special topping off ceremony to mark the completion of the steel construction phase of Downtown Doral Charter Elementary School (DDCES), which is part of a 1

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  • Zyscovich Architects Promotes McGuinn and Ehrling to Principal

    Zyscovich Architects is proud to announce the promotions of Michael McGuinn, RA, LEED AP BD+C and Michael Ehrling from associate to principal.

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  • Camp Lejeune Fitness Center

    The Wallace Creek Fitness Center was borne of a need to augment fitness capabilities at Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune. The design-build project team, including the facility’s end-user, visited numerous universities in North Carolina to come up with a de

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  • Major mixed-use community proposed around Hialeah Tri-Rail station

    A large community of homes mixed with commercial uses could sprout up around a Tri-Rail station in Hialeah as part of a rezoning proposed by the city.

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  • Zyscovich Architects to Design Melia Hotels International's First "ME" Boutique Hotel in the United

    Zyscovich Architects, one of the most sought after architectural firms in the nation, is proud to announce that it has been hired by CGI Merchant Group as the architect for its first, signature boutique hotel in the United States, ME Miami. Part of the

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  • NYC Moishe’s Moving Systems Owner Moves Into Miami Real Estate

    In other Moishe Mana news, the developer has hired the Miami design firm Zysocvich Architects to come up with the new plans for his more than 30 acres of properties in the Miami neighborhood of Wynwood. Located in the southwest area of 24th Street and 2nd

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  • New York entrepreneur names Miami design firm for 30-acre Wynwood development

    Known for developing properties of New York's Meat Packing District where he opened Milk Studios, entrepreneur Moishe Mana has named a Miami design firm to create the vision for more than 30-acres worth of properties in the Miami neighborhood of Wynwood.

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  • New York entrepreneur names Miami design firm for 30-acre Wynwood

    Known for developing properties of New York's Meat Packing District where he opened Milk Studios, entrepreneur Moishe Mana has named a Miami design firm to create the vision for more than 30-acres worth of properties in the Miami neighborhood of Wynwood.

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  • Miami transit village project breaks ground SFBJ

    The Seventh Avenue Transit Village Project in Miami’s Liberty City neighborhood has broken ground. Link Construction is the general contractor for developer Atlantic I Pacific Companies on the project,

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  • OCPS to discuss proposed 52-5-acre east Orlando school OBJ

    Orange County Public Schools is planning to meet with neighbors Sept. 30 at a county meeting to talk about a new K-8 school in east Orlando. The Wedgefield K-8 School PD is a 52.5-acre project, and

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  • Architect proposes linear park for Rickenbacker Causeway

    The Rickenbacker Causeway linking Miami to Key Biscayne is a road with varying posted speed limits ranging from 25 to 45 mph. But many drivers view the Rickenbacker as an expressway and race their vehicles down it in excess of 55. Such high speeds enda

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  • Changes could be coming to Miami's Rickenbacker Causeway

    Biking across the Rickenbacker Causeway on Key Biscayne can be dangerous. Now a new plan is in place to give cyclists, walkers, runners and other users a wider area so they’ll be safer. Images shown to CBS4 indicate that the new parkway would start even

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  • Buscan ofrecer mayor seguridad a ciclistas y peatones, Univision 23

    Revelan planes para el Rickenbacker Causeway de Miami Dade.

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  • Renaissance at St. Brendan High School in Miami Dade county

    For starters, the school will begin construction on a new building — its first ever, since the three buildings and cafeteria now on site were originally built for the seminary next door, St. John Vianney. Set for completion by December 2015, the new bu

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  • Rickenbacker Causeway plan could bring more business to Key Biscayne

    Miami-based Zyscovich Architects drafted a proposal to re-stripe Rickenbacker Causeway, which could peddle more business to Key Biscayne and Virginia Key. Currently being reviewed by the Florida Department of Transportation, the new design by the firm’s

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  • South Florida Business Journal - Top Architectural Firms for 2014

    Ranked by Gross billings, Billings prior year

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  • All Aboard Florida reveals designs for Miami station

    Company and city officials unveiled plans for two separate sites that will total 3 million square feet of space. One of the sites is planned as a mixture of office and commercial development, which will include restaurants and retail.

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  • All Aboard Florida Reveals Downtown Miami Station Renderings

    All Aboard Florida had a press conference this morning at the future site of their Downtown Miami train station revealing the design by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and Zyscovich Architects. Read on for highlights from the show:

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  • Zyscovich Architects to Design Liner for Walmart in Midtown Miami

    The project will screen the proposed Walmart so that the scale and character of the residential shopping street will be retained with shops that continue the urban scale of the neighborhood.

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  • Behold the New Ponquogue Manor Complex in Hampton Bays, Southampton

    “The enclave will bring a new feeling of vibrancy to this part of The Hamptons while preserving an atmosphere and environment that are in keeping with the community’s long-establish image and heritage,” said Bernard Zyscovich, FAIA, CEO & Founder

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  • Archinect's Employer of the Day - Weekly Round-Up #20

    Zyscovich Architects was featured as Firm of the Day, April 30th, 2014

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  • All Aboard Florida Launches New Website, With Single Miami Station Rendering

    All Aboard Florida has launched a new, expanded website with lots of details, facts and figures and, of particular interest to Curbed, a single rendering of what looks to be the Miami Grand Central Station.

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  • Downtown Doral Charter Elementary School Shows New Vision For Local Schools

    Miami-Dade school leaders say they’re breaking new ground with a privately funded, publicly managed elementary school in Doral, Florida. Construction on the school is expected to begin in the summer. Doors should open in the fall of 2015.

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  • Historic, Miami Senior High School Restored As Resplendent Castle of Learning

    Miami Senior High School’s newly resplendent, Mediterranean Revival house of learning will be re-dedicated Friday night after a four-year, $55 million top-to-bottom renovation and expansion.

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  • Lincoln Hosts ‘Designing Luxury’ Event With Miami’s Top Architects

    To demonstrate their passion for design, Lincoln got together a group of Miami’s best architects together for a panel discussion at the Miami Center for Architecture & Design. Architects, including Rene Gonzalez, and Bernard Zyscovich.

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  • Is This Aventura's First Mixed Use Development Curbed Miami

    Aventura, that Le Corbusian-esque city of condo towers surrounded by leafy highways and malls, is getting a big mixed use project (its first mixed-use project?), according to exMiami. Located on Waterways Boulevard

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  • Keys to Zyscovich's Colombian Consulate Renovation - slideshow

    The interior of the Colombian Embassy in Coral Gables is a lot warmer for visitors after a renovation Zyscovich Architects completed. The project is part of a push by the architectural firm to establish deeper roots with Colombia.

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  • Miami Welcomes Internationally Acclaimed Architects And Their Innovations

    Even before the current real estate cycle took hold, local and international architectural talents were quietly driving ambitious project design in Miami.

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  • Zyscovich, Empire design the office of the future – slideshow

    Zyscovich Architects and Empire Office have teamed up to create the next generation of workspaces at a Hollywood showroom.

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  • The Concept Of Active Design In Architecture Comes To Miami

    “You are where you live” alluded to the sophisticated lifestyles offered by new condominium developments. Now the concept of “Active Design,” comes to Miami.

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  • Health & the Built Environment: How Architecture, Planning & Healthcare Intersect

    How do our buildings affect our health? How can architects, planners and health professionals work together to create healthier buildings and cities? Hear what is being done in New York City and around the country, as well as in Miami.

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  • Terminal 4 Expansion, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport

    Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL), located in Florida, US, is undergoing a major expansion and modernisation project as a part of the $2.4bn Capital Improvement Plan initiated by Broward County, the owner of the airport.

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  • Zyscovich Architects Designs a New Miami Dade College Classroom Facility in downtown Miami

    Miami-based Zyscovich Architects has designed a new building for Miami Dade College’s downtown Wolfson Campus.

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  • Bernard Zyschovich giving his two cents on the state of the #Miami #realestate market

    Bernard Zyschovich giving his two cents on the state of the #Miami #realestate market, ways to improve quality of life through #infrastructure and creation of good jobs. Nice to hear someone keeping it real and down to Earth. Oh and a quick reminder fr

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publications

  • Zyscovich: Architecture and Real Urbanism

    by Frank O. Gehry (Preface), Bernard Zyscovich (Introduction)

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  • Getting Real About Urbanism - Contextual Design for Cities

    This resource looks at city planning and design in a multi-dimensional way—paying attention to the history and environment of a particular area in order to create places with identifiable character.

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news & events

  • New renderings, contracts on $18M UCF Student Union expansion

    New renderings of the University of Central Florida's Student Union expansion reveal where the new restaurant vendors that have signed on with Aramark will be.

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  • Casa Bahia

    Rough materials ground a seemingly lighter-than-air getaway in Miami. Overlooking Biscayne Bay in Miami's Coconut Grove, Casa Bahia makes the most of its seaside setting.

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  • Bal Harbour Shops sweetens offer to village in drive for expansion

    The owner of the Bal Harbour Shops has modified its $400 million expansion plans to provide benefits for the village of Bal Harbour, including the construction of public buildings and donated land.

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  • How to make Miami as bikeable as Copenhagen

    Miami is a bicyclist’s nightmare. Bike lanes are few and far between and drivers treat cyclists like they’re an affront. Getting around by bike during rush hour is a courageous act.

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  • Can Miami ever become as bike-friendly as Copenhagen?

    In Copenhagen, Denmark, bicycles are the preferred method of transportation, not cars. Fifty-six percent of the people use bicycles to commute to work. About 70 percent ride bikes regularly.

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  • Municipal support for “active design” builds in Miami-Dade: panel

    Municipalities across Miami-Dade County are considering “active design” guidelines that encourage exercising, socializing and other elements of a healthy lifestyle.

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  • Ocoee commissioners welcome relocated charter school

    Montessori of Winter Garden Charter School is changing its name to Innovation Montessori Ocoee and moving to North Lakewood Avenue after receiving unanimous approval from Ocoee commissioners Jan. 17.

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  • Coral Gables to negotiate with Related Group, Allen Morris for $250M development

    The project would have offices, residential units and commercial space.

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  • Coral Gables to negotiate with developer for downtown garage redevelopment

    Coral Gables leaders plan to negotiate with a team of noteworthy developers as they redevelop two parking garages in the City Beautiful.

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  • Coral Gables to begin talks with Allen Morris/Related on mixed-use garages

    Coral Gables City Commission voted to move forward with the redevelopment of two city-owned garages off of Miracle Mile.

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  • These 2 garages in the City Beautiful aren’t so beautiful. It’s down to 2 ideas Read more here: htt

    The plan to redevelop two garages in downtown Coral Gables is moving closer to a decision from the City Commission and involves some major players in the South Florida development world.

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  • First look: New Florida passenger train unveiled

    After years of failed attempts to bring higher-speed rail service to the Sunshine State, officials with Brightline relished a historic moment Wednesday, showing off the first train set delivered to their operations center in this South Florida.

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  • Compromise Housing Program Approved by Miami-Dade

    County commissioners adopted a workforce housing program to address a growing affordability crisis.

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  • Have New York Investors Found the Next South Beach?

    Is Downtown Miami—home to historic Flagler Street—the next South Beach? For decades, public and private investment has avoided Downtown, where buildings of historic value were decaying. But the signs forecasting such a future are emerging, Downtown could

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  • Transit-oriented developments finally on track across South Florida

    Ideas for transit-oriented development have been proposed for years in South Florida.

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  • Here’s a look at progress on MiamiCentral train station as construction chugs along

    To judge from the architectural renderings, the station will be a train lover’s dream, Miami’s answer to Manhattan’s Grand Central, albeit in modern garb: Glowing escalators lead up into a soaring, skylit concourse and train platforms that are elevated 50

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  • South Florida by the numbers: Focus on boutique condos

    11 beach houses: for sale at Eleven on Lenox, at 1030 15th Street in Miami Beach. Developed by the Shoma Group, the project is within walking distance of popular shopping and dining attractions,museum and art district. Designed by Zyscovich Architects, th

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  • NEIGHBORHOOD TOUR: Wynwood ready for development boom as it grows up

    “It’s enough of a place where we can really create an impact,” Mana said in the inaugural “Breaking Ground with Brian Bandell” hosted by the Business Journal at it’s Miami offices. “This will really be the cultural hub of Miami. It is really like what we

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  • Charles Allem and Zyscovich Architects to Design Miami Development Eleven on Lenox

    Charles Allem, director of design at CAD International, will design the interiors for Miami’s Eleven on Lenox, a high-end development of 11 beach houses in South Beach. The project, slated for completion in 2018, is being designed by Zyscovich Architects

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 163th Among the Nation’s Top Architecture Firms

    View the list of the Nation’s Top Architecture Firms Ranked by Architectural Record

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  • Shopping strip for Cross Bay Chipotle, Planet Fitness to open at the development

    A representative for Crown Retail Services, the company spearheading the project, confirmed the plans but could not provide further details as of press time. Retail space still available in the retail development designed by Zyscovich Architects.

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  • Filmmaker's first architectural project is modernism-influenced Miami villa

    Colombian-Ecuadorian filmmaker Alejandro Landes has completed his first built project: a tropical-modernist mansion in Miami that is currently among the city's most expensive residential properties, market valued at $50 million.

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  • US Builders Review Case Study of Zyscovich Architects

    Since 1977, Zyscovich Architects has strived to create projects with purpose, bringing new life and vibrancy to cityscapes through integrated urban planning, architecture and interior design.

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  • Crews top off West Palm Beach train station

    Construction crews topped off the train station in downtown West Palm Beach for All Aboard Florida’s Brightline passenger rail service in South Florida, with downtown stops in Miami and Fort Lauderdale.

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  • Planning board delays decision on Comras’ proposed retail complex for Fifth Street in Miami Beach

    The Comras Company wants to build a four-story retail complex at Fifth Street and Lenox Avenue. Comras representatives pitched the Miami Beach Planning Board on its plans for a 192,265-square-foot building with 64,930 square feet of retail on the first th

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  • INSIDE LOOK: Film director lists waterfront mansion in Miami's Coconut Grove for $50M

    A waterfront mansion in Coconut Grove designed by filmmaker Alejandro Landes has been listed for $50 million. They had the seven-bedroom, eight-and-a-half-bathroom mansion designed by Zyscovich Architects.

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  • Filmmaker lists newly built Coconut Grove estate for $50M

    Film director, screenwriter, producer and now designer Alejandro Landes is asking $50 million for his newly built Coconut Grove estate, Casa Bahia. The three-story, waterfront home features interiors by his mother Catalina Echavarría, designs by Zyscovich

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  • Bayside Marketplace lays out plans for expansion

    The new Bayside Marketplace downtown will be extraordinary, said Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado, who was invited to the open air market on Biscayne Bay on Sept. 14 to celebrate the start of a major renovation for the shopping, restaurant and entertainment ven

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  • Public hospital breaks ground on $42M expansion

    Memorial Regional Hospital recently broke ground on a $42 million parking garage expansion designed by Zyscovich Architects.

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  • First Phase Of Bayside Renovations Set To Begin Next Month

    Downtown Miami’s Bayside Marketplace, a popular indoor-­outdoor festival marketplace that is often frequented by Miami locals and tourists, is about to get a well­ deserved facelift by Zyscovich Architects, one year shy of its 30th birthday.

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  • Bayside Marketplace to undergo much-needed makeover in October

    "Extensive renovations" of Bayside Marketplace in Downtown Miami are scheduled to begin in October, per the South Florida Business Journal. Zyscovich Architects recently revealed its designs for the property.

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  • Take a peek at Bayside Marketplace’s fresh new look

    The operators of downtown Miami’s Bayside Marketplace have unveiled a freshened-up look as part of a long-awaited renovation of the nearly 30-year-old festival-style mall and tourist attraction, which for years had been looking tired and even shabby in sp

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  • Brightline Tops Out Fort Lauderdale Station

    City and business leaders gathered on a construction site in downtown Fort Lauderdale Friday to celebrate the building of a train station intended to revolutionize travel in South Florida. Planned and designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP in associat

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  • FIRST LOOK: Renovations coming to downtown Miami’s waterfront mall

    Extensive renovations of Bayside Marketplace, the open-air mall along Biscayne Bay in downtown Miami, should begin in October. Zyscovich Architects recently revealed its designs for the property, which is managed by General Growth Properties and Ashkenazy

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  • Take a look at the new Bayside Marketplace in downtown Miami

    Zyscovich Architects, Ashkenazy Acquisition and General Growth Properties revealed plans on Wednesday to renovate Bayside Marketplace, a nearly 30-year-old waterfront shopping center in downtown Miami.

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  • Mana secures approval for 9.7M-square-foot project in Wynwood after another compromise

    Moishe Mana’s vision for a massive cultural, arts, workplace and housing center in Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood can now take shape after the Miami City Commission approved the project Sept. 8.

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  • Sprawling 25-Acre Mana Wynwood Project Gets Go-Ahead

    A sprawling development's rocky road to Miami city approval came to a favorable end Thursday. City commissioners gave New York real estate developer Moishe Mana a green light to move forward with his 25-acre mixed-use project in the city's Wynwood arts d

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  • Wynwood mega-project good to go, with unexpected twist

    Entrepreneur Moishe Mana won Miami Commission approval on Thursday for a mammoth redevelopment project in the heart of Wynwood in an unusual hearing that saw commissioners publicly mediate a dispute between the developer and his fellow neighborhood proper

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  • Eleven on Lenox Ocean-Inspired Beach Houses Launched by Shoma Group

    South Florida’s leading real estate development firm, Shoma Group, has announced its first residential development in Miami Beach, Eleven on Lenox, located at 1030 15th Street, Miami Beach. Eleven beach houses will be built in one of South Beach’s most po

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  • Southeast Top Design Firms 2016

    Zyscovich Architects ranked 60th of the top design firms in the Southeast US for 2016.

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  • Eleven on Lenox launches sales in South Beach

    Shoma Group’s Eleven on Lenox, formerly dubbed Eleven, has launched sales in South Beach. The development of 11 "ocean-inspired beach houses" on Lenox Avenue and 15th Street is within skipping distance to Lincoln Road and nine blocks from the ocean.

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  • New Florida Keys State-of-the-Art School Designs Unveiled

    The new look of the first 21st century school in Monroe County, Plantation Key School, is released and it will inspire collaborative learning for the next generation.

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  • Parking-less Moishe Mana tower near rail hub hailed

    Developer Moishe Mana is planning to build a tall and slender residential tower in the heart of Miami’s urban core with not a single new parking space.

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  • 3 new schools to ease overcrowding set to open in Orange County

    “It’s a project we’ve worked on for 10 years to bring a wonderful K-8 school to the Wedgefield community. We’re going to have over 800 children here on the first day of school,” said Joie Cadle, who represents District 1 on the Orange County School Board.

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 65th Among the Nation’s Top 100 Architecture Firms

    View the list of the Nation’s Top 100 Architecture Firms Ranked by Building Design+Construction.

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 38th Among the Nation’s Top Retail Architecture Firms

    View the list of the Nation’s Top 90 Retail Architecture Firms Ranked by Building Design+Construction.

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 17th Among the Nation’s Top Military Architecture Firms

    View the list of the Nation’s Top 30 Military Architecture Firms Ranked by Building Design+Construction.

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 79th Among the Nation’s Top Local Government Design and Construction Fir

    View the list of the Nation’s Top 80 Local Government Design and Construction Firms Ranked by Building Design+Construction.

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 38th Among the Nation’s Top Hotel Design and Construction Firms

    View the list of the Nation’s Top 60 Hotel Design and Construction Firms Ranked by Building Design+Construction.

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 76th Among the Nation’s Top BIM Design and Construction Firms

    View the list of the Nation’s Top 140 BIM Design and Construction Firms Ranked by Building Design+Construction.

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 92nd Among the Nation’s Top Office Architecture Firms

    View the list of the Nation’s Top 100 Office Architecture Firms Ranked by Building Design+Construction.

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 13th Among the Nation’s Top Transit Design and Construction Firms

    View the list of the Nation’s Top 20 Transit Design and Construction Ranked by Building Design+Construction.

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 117th Among the Nation’s Top Reconstruction Architecture Firms

    View the list of the Nation’s Top 130 Reconstruction Architecture Firms Ranked by Building Design+Construction.

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 27th Among the Nation’s Top Airport Terminal Architecture and A/E Firms

    View the list of the Nation’s Top 35 Airport Terminal Architecture and A/E Firms Ranked by Building Design+Construction.

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 40th Among the Nation’s Top K-12 School Architecture Firms

    View the list of the Nation’s Top 100 K-12 School Architecture Firms Ranked by Building Design+Construction.

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 79th Among the Nation’s Top Multifamily Architecture Firms

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 97th Among the Nation’s Top University Architecture Firms

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  • Zyscovich Architects Ranked 117th Among the Nation’s Top Green Building Architecture Firms

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  • Last Minute Deal Secures Approval For City Mana Wynwood Project

    Negotiations on a new 24-acre development in Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood came down to the wire Thursday -- literally. In a last-minute deal that earned the approval of Miami commissioners, the Mana Wynwood development group agreed to pay as much as $25 m

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  • Wynwood mega-project good to go, with unexpected twist

    Entrepreneur Moishe Mana won Miami Commission approval on Thursday for a mammoth redevelopment project in the heart of Wynwood in an unusual hearing that saw commissioners publicly mediate a dispute between the developer and his fellow neighborhood proper

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  • Wynwood BID reaches tenuous compromise with Moishe Mana

    Moishe Mana and the Wynwood Business Improvement District board appear to have reached a compromise after heated debate over restrictions on Mana’s massive development in the neighborhood, but uncertainty still hovers over the arts- and trade-focused rede

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  • Miami commissioner wants millions from Wynwood mega-project for Overtown

    Entrepreneur Moishe Mana, who wants to build one of the biggest development projects Miami has ever seen plumb in the heart of Wynwood’s burgeoning hipster district, made a complex deal earlier this year to win critical support from his fellow neighborhoo

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  • FIRST LOOK: Comras plans big retail project on South Beach

    Developer Michael Comras has proposed a retail building plus parking near the gateway to South Beach. The 192,265-square-foot building would rise four stories, with parking on the roof, and was designed by Zyscovich Architects. It would have 64,930 square

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  • Downtown Miami to get micro-living apartment tower

    Miami’s Urban Design Review Board (UDRB) approved a micro-living apartment tower with no parking from entrepreneur and developer Moishe Mana and Zyscovich Architects. The design was approved along with the Miami Worldcenter plan, a 10-block, 30-acre devel

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  • Massive project in Wynwood reaches agreement with neighborhood BID

    The Mana Wynwood project, one of the largest developments in Miami at 9.72 million square feet of residential, commercial and cultural amenities, has reached a compromise agreement with the neighborhood association.

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  • New Florida Keys State-of-the-Art School Designs Unveiled by Zyscovich Architects

    The new look of the first 21st century school in Monroe County, Plantation Key School, is released and it will inspire collaborative learning for the next generation of Florida Keys students from Kindergarten through 8th grade education.

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  • Related, Terranova compete for massive Coral Gables project

    The battle is on for the right to redevelop a 2-acre stretch of city-owned land in Coral Gables, with two teams led by the Related Group and Terranova Corp. in the running.

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  • All aboard

    In cities across the nation, Americans are increasingly choosing to relocate to the urban core for smaller spaces, convenience, entertainment options, proximity to nearby restaurants, shopping and employment opportunities. A critical challenge for urban l

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  • Shoma set to launch “11,” a townhome project near Lincoln Road

    Shoma Group is about to launch its first residential project in Miami Beach, a luxury townhome development near Lincoln Road. Called “11,” the project will offer 11 three-story townhomes priced from $3.2 million to $4 million, or about $1,000 per SF are b

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  • Plans Unveiled for Parking-Free Miami Skyscraper

    The convenience of nearby transit facilities has eliminated the need for parking at a proposed development that would stretch 183 metres (599 feet) above 200 North Miami Avenue. Israeli-born American entrepreneur Moishe Mana is behind the 49-storey projec

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  • U.S. Colombian Consulate awarded historic preservation building design of the year by Coral Gables C

    An upgrade of a 92 year-old Spanish Mediterranean building wins design award for harmoniously blending traditional Mediterranean style and modern, cutting-edge technology into a cultural oasis for the Colombian Consulate.

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  • U.S. Colombian Consulate awarded historic preservation building design of the year by Coral Gables C

    An upgrade of a 92 year-old Spanish Mediterranean building wins design award for harmoniously blending traditional Mediterranean style and modern, cutting-edge technology into a cultural oasis for the Colombian Consulate.

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  • 'New Thinking' Behind 49-Story Miami Tower With Tiny Units

    Mana's plans now go before the city's planning and zoning board for full review. The tower would dwarf its neighbors. The tallest nearby building is the 29-story Lawson E. Thomas Courthouse Center on First Avenue. A 78-story Liquid Lofts tower has been pr

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  • Moving forward: new retail plans for Miami Worldcenter, Moishe Mana’s apartment tower

    A city of Miami design board approved new plans for Miami Worldcenter, developer Moishe Mana’s micro-living apartment tower, and plans for a new Wynwood apartment building at a meeting on Monday.

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  • Miami design board OKs micro-living tower, new Worldcenter blueprint

    The city's design-review board unanimously endorsed the redesigned Miami Worldcenter retail and residential plan on Monday despite some questions over its landscaping and architecture, likely smoothing the way to its approval by the Miami planning departm

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  • Will tiny apartments without parking solve Miami’s rent crunch?

    An entrepreneur who’s bought a big chunk of downtown Miami while promising some mold-breaking surprises was apparently not kidding: He wants to build an eye-catching 49-story tower with apartments so small there’s no room for ovens in the tiny kitchens. A

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  • ME by Meliá Debuts in the U.S.

    Meliá Hotels has introduced its ME by Meliá brand—promoting both individualized experiences and social interaction—to the U.S. with the newly launched ME Miami. Centrally located downtown, the 129-room hotel features architecture by locally based Zyscovic

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  • Mana submits plans for 49-story apartment tower in downtown Miami

    Mana Wynwood has submitted plans for a 49-story, 328-unit apartment tower in downtown Miami, the first for developer Moishe Mana in downtown Miami. Mana and Zyscovich Architects submitted their plans for 200 North Miami Avenue to Miami’s Urban Developme

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  • South Beach retail strip sells for $29M to big investor

    Three buildings on Washington Avenue in South Beach were sold to a big New York investor for a combined $29 million. Washington Ave. Associates, an affiliate of Lightstone Group, acquired the properties in three transactions from separate sellers. The buy

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  • Miami Marine Stadium, The Underline, Ludlam Trail could be on ballot

    Miami voters may be asked this November to approve a $275 million bond initiative to fund everything from roadway and sewer improvements to big-ticket parks projects like The Underline, Ludlam Trail and the restoration of historic Marine Stadium.

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  • Commissioners Give Initial OK to Massive Wynwood Project

    The largest zoning code overhaul in Miami history was given a preliminary green light. Moishe Mana's massive special area plan, a mechanism used for projects of more than 9 acres that permits a developer to mold zoning within existing regulations...

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  • Mana Wynwood gets preliminary nod from Miami City Commission

    The Miami City Commission took the first step in approving Moishe Mana’s ambitious plan to create an international business, cultural and entertainment-focused campus in Wynwood. Commissioners on Thursday gave preliminary approval for the “Mana Wynwood S

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  • For future of Wynwood, look to Jersey City. Yes. Jersey City.

    JERSEY CITY, N.J. Moving-company and arts mogul Moishe Mana’s grand but hazy vision for his extensive holdings in Miami’s mushrooming Wynwood district, which calls for a mini-city built around “culture,” starts to solidfy once you see his sprawling Mana C

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  • Architect crafts micro unit tower with no parking

    Architect Bernard Zyscovich designed Moishe Mana’s proposed apartment tower in downtown Miami for a lifestyle that’s rare in South Florida: no parking spaces; micro living units; and a plethora of shared amenities.

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  • 53-story M-Tower wins approval from Miami’s design board

    The development of a 53-story tower in downtown Miami, which will include additional parking for the public but none reserved for its future residences, was approved by the Urban Design Review Board Wednesday, pending a couple of design improvements.

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  • Megacenter, M-Tower Take the Next Steps Toward Reality

    Two towering proposed developments, Megacenter and the M-Tower, received Urban Design Review Board approval this week for their proposed projects, one in Brickell and the other in Downtown Miami. M-Tower designed by Zyscovich Architects is the planned 637

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  • Bernard Zyscovich: Architect puts urban realism to work in Miami projects

    Bernard Zyscovich didn’t feel like a typical architectural student when he began his studies at Pratt Institute. For starters, he said, his classmates knew at a young age they wanted to be architects and were skilled at drawing and designing things while

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  • The Hamptons ‘hood that won’t break the bank

    Soon to debut, the Bernard Zyscovich designed Ponquogue Point in Hampton Bays has 21 townhouse-style spots priced from the mid-$600,000s, offering lush landscaping, a pool, a floating dock and a bocce court.

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  • What will Wynwood look like in 30 years? This plan shows the change

    A conceptual rendering of developer Moishe Mana’s proposal for a massive Wynwood development centered around a public “common,” designed by Zyscovich Architects.

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  • Plan Z aims to make Rickenbacker Causeway safer for bikes, runners AND cars

    There have been three deaths of cyclists on the Rickenbacker Causeway in the past five years. Architect and cyclist, Bernard Zyscovich, updated his proposal to make the causeway cyclist and pedestrian-friendly.

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  • Aloft at Aventura ParkSquare scores $37M construction loan

    Norwich Partners has closed on $37 million in construction financing for an Aloft hotel at Aventura ParkSquare, a mixed-use project that’s being developed by Integra Investments. Zyscovich Architects designed both hotels, as well as Aventura ParkSquare.

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  • Tennis champ Andy Murray’s bayfront condo in Brickell is under contract

    The third-best tennis player in the world, Andy Murray, has secured a buyer for his $3 million Jade condo. The Jade Residences at Brickell Bay 48-story tower was designed by Bernard Zyscovich.

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  • Bernard Zyscovich's New Plan Z 2.0 for Rickenbacker Causeway is Visionary

    Architect Bernard Zyscovich initially unveiled a plan to convert the Rickenbacker Causeway into a "scenic road through a park" a couple of summers ago, but it included dropping the number of driving lanes from three to two.

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  • Plan to Turn Rickenbacker Causeway into Linear Park is Back and Fancier Then Ever

    The first time we heard of architect Bernard Zyscovich's plan to turn parts of the Rickenbacker causeway into a pedestrian and cyclist friendly linear park it was a revolutionary but still modest idea. His original plan called for lessening the number of

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  • Rickenbacker Causeway on Virginia Key may get more bike friendly

    A plan to turn parts of the Rickenbacker Causeway on Virginia Key into a state-of-the-art bike and pedestrian path and parkway has been upgraded.

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  • Bal Harbour Shops submits new expansion plan, drops proposed village hall swap

    A new rendering of the expansion plans for the Bal Harbour Shops including keeping the current Village Hall intact. The Village Council, in a 2-2 vote, voted against the expansion plans at a special meeting April 14 at the Sea View Hotel. Zyscovich Arch

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  • Three questions with Bernard Zyscovich

    Bernard Zyscovich’s architecture firm has designed many landmark South Florida properties, and it’s playing an instrumental role in crafting plans for some trendy Miami neighborhoods.

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  • Luxury Townhome Project "Eleven" Planned Near Lincoln Road

    A luxury townhome development called "Eleven" by Shoma Group is planned for the corner of Lenox Avenue and 15th Street in Miami Beach, reports the Real Deal.

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  • Norwich Partners tops out Aventura AC Hotel

    Developer Norwich Partners just topped out its upcoming AC Hotel by Marriott in Aventura.

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  • Hudson’s Bay Sheds Another $50M in HBS Global Properties

    Hudson’s Bay Company, which is bringing a Saks Off Fifth to Liberty View Industrial Plaza in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, has sold off even more of its equity in HBS Global Properties as a means of reducing its debt.

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  • All Aboard Florida's Self-Propelled Paradigm Shift

    ENR Southeast’s Owner of the Year takes a new approach to transit system development

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  • Miami moves 9.7M-square-foot Mana Wynwood project forward

    Mana Wynwood, a 9.72-million-square-foot project that would be one of Miami’s largest developments, won unanimous approval from the city’s planning and zoning board on March 2.

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  • S. Fla. Architecture Firm Sets Up Shop in C. Fla.

    Two big names in Florida architecture have joined forces to create a bigger presence in Central Florida. Here's what they are planning for the region.

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  • $60M Transformation: City Village Master Plan to Bring Jobs, Housing, Retail

    A preliminary version of the City Village master plan, unveiled last week, envisions transforming the blighted corridor between TSYS and Bibb City into a vibrant environment that would attract residents and businesses alike.

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  • Major Mixed-use Project in Miami-Dade Secures Construction Loan

    The developer of Aventura ParkSquare obtained a $33.28 million construction loan from Bank of the Ozarks that allowed the mixed-use project to get underway.

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  • Rickenbacker Causeway Park Would String Together Miami's Own Emerald Necklace

    Rickenbacker Park, a new linear park proposed by architect Bernard Zyscovich also known as 'Plan Z,' could similarly string together a chain of existing parks and green space along the Rickenbacker Causeway...

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  • Whitman pays $30M for Church by the Sea for Bal Harbour Shops expansion

    Bal Harbour Shops has purchased the Church by the Sea’s lot for $30 million, marking another step forward for Whitman Family Development’s expansion plans for the upscale shopping center.

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  • What I’ve learned: Military & Federal Architecture

    Here comes the question, “What type of architecture do you do?” “Military and federal architecture,” I say. Not knowing what that really means in relation to “real” architecture — you know, houses, banks, office buildings.

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  • City could approve transit-oriented development zone with 5.6M square feet, 3,800 units

    Hialeah commissioners will consider final approval on Jan. 12 for the Hialeah Market Station plan, an 80-acre transit-oriented development zone for mixed-use projects.

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  • Brooklyn Really Is Getting a Saks Off Fifth as Hudson’s Bay Signs Sunset Park Deal

    Hudson’s Bay Company last week signed a roughly 30,000-square-foot deal to bring Saks Off Fifth discount store to Liberty View Industrial Plaza in the Sunset Park neighborhood of Brooklyn, Commercial Observer has learned.

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  • Moishe Mana plans 9.7M square feet for Mana Wynwood in Miami - SFBJ

    Moishe Mana’s transformational plan for Miami’s Wynwood would be one of South Florida largest development projects with 9.72 million square feet and 3,482 residential units.

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  • Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish: The Blessed Dedication

    This weekend, on Saturday, December 12th, 2015, marks the dedication of Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish, the youngest parish in the archdiocese of Miami.

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  • Photo gallery: Celebration of the new Our Lady of Guadalupe Church | Sat., Dec. 12, 2015

    Crowds gather outside the new Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Doral on Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015.

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  • New Upper Keys school to be modeled after top-of-the-line campus in Boynton Beach

    What some say is Florida's best elementary school will be the model for a new Plantation Key School, at least according to Zyscovich Architects partner Jose Murguido.

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  • Mana Wynwood's New Vision, Presented via a Special Area Plan

    Moishe Mana, founder of Mana Wynwood, an organization founded to encourage Wynwood's blossoming into an international arts destination and cultural epicenter for the Americas, is at it again. This time it's in partnership with Zyscovich Architects to crea

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  • Mana Submits Special Area Plan For 30 Acres In Wynwood

    MOISHE MANA’S SPECIAL AREA PLAN FOR MIAMI’S WYNWOOD AREA REVEALED Zyscovich Architects presents vision for former Wynwood Warehouse District in the City of Miami.

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  • Details unveiled of 235-mile Florida train service

    The developer building the USA’s only privately owned and operated passenger rail service has unveiled details of the route’s express trains.

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  • A mini-city in Wynwood? Landowner wants huge tech-arts hub with central square

    The other big shoe ? the one everyone was waiting for ? has finally dropped in sizzling-hot Wynwood, and it’s a doozy.

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  • Moishe Mana Aims to Lure Innovative Companies With New Zoning in Wynwood, Miami

    New York based developer, Moishe Mana, has hired Bernard Zyscovich, of Zyscovich Architects to create a master plan for for 30 acres of development in former Wynwood Warehouse District in Miami.

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  • New Florida train service to whisk passengers between Miami and Orlando

    A privately owned and operated passenger rail service is on track to begin connecting travelers in four major Florida cities by mid-2017.

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  • Facing South Florida: Cyclists Struck Part II

    Two cyclists were struck and one was killed this week on the Rickenbacker Causeway by an alleged drunk driver. Walter Reyes, who was training for the upcoming Dolphins Cycling Challenge, is the third cyclist to be killed along the Rickenbacker in the past

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  • Facing South Florida: Cyclists Struck Part I

    Two cyclists were struck and one was killed this week on the Rickenbacker Causeway by an alleged drunk driver. Walter Reyes, who was training for the upcoming Dolphins Cycling Challenge, is the third cyclist to be killed along the Rickenbacker in the past

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  • On the scene at Panorama Tower’s EB-5 launch

    City of Miami officials and Florida East Coast Realty executives celebrated the launch of the EB-5 private placement for the developer’s Panorama Tower recently.

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  • What Will Change After Bal Harbour Shops' $400M Upgrade?

    The Bal Harbour Shops readies itself for another accomplished 50 years with a planned $400 million enhancement.

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  • Funky, M-shaped bus stop coming to Miami

    Zyscovich Architects won $22,000 in the Miami Foundation’s Public Space Challenge to install artsy, functional bus stops in spots around Miami.

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  • Bernard Zyscovich, Public Space Challenge Winner, is Bringing a Big-M-Shaped Bus Stop to Bayside

    Zyscovich Architects has won $22,000 in the Miami Foundation's Public Space Challenge to bring fun, funky bus stations to key locations around Miami, beginning in front of Bayside Marketplace with an initial concept bus shelter shaped like a big M.

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  • Zyscovich Designing Bus Shelter for Bayside Marketplace

    Architect Bernard Zyscovich’s firm is designing a bus shelter at Bayside Marketplace, as part of a winning concept for the 2015 Public Space Challenge.

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  • AC Hotel in Aventura lands $35M construction loan

    Norwich Partners has closed on a $35 million mortgage for its planned AC Hotel by Marriott in Aventura, according to Miami-Dade County records.

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  • City planners host series of development workshops

    City planners Tuesday night started a wide-ranging conversation about preserving and revitalizing Bahama Village, the largely residential neighborhood that borders Duval Street and the Truman Waterfront.

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  • Miami Dade College in building mode

    To expand the breadth and depth of its course offerings and create space for greater enrollment, Miami Dade College is building new academic facilities and parking garages on some of its campuses.

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  • ADP to Streamline HR Processes, and to Help Build a Better Workforce

    Zyscovich Architects, a full-service architectural, interior and urban design firm based in Miami, has partnered with ADP to build a better workforce to manage its ongoing growth while it meets increased regulatory and reporting requirements.

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  • Infinity Adding 60K Square Feet on Top of Kingswood Center

    Nearly a year after buying two mixed-use Midwood, Brooklyn, properties for $79.1 million, the owners are hoping to tack on 60,000 square feet at one of the plazas for one or more tenants to occupy, Commercial Observer has learned.

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  • AC Hotel planned for Aventura

    A week after Florida's first AC Hotel opened in Miami Beach, another South Florida location has been announced. Miami's Zyscovich Architects said its client, Norwich Aventura II, LLC, approved the design of the 233-room hotel on Tuesday.

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  • Zyscovich to design AC Hotel in Aventura

    A second AC Hotel is coming to South Florida, The Real Deal has learned. Zyscovich Architects will design the 192,514-square-foot hotel in Aventura, according to a press release.

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  • Bal Harbour Shops Expansion Refined, Detailed in New Renders

    Bal Harbour Shops has released new renderings of the mall's planned expansion, which would include a land swap with the Village of Bal Harbour that still has to be approved by voters, a new mall entrance, more generous public amenities...

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  • Akerman's Prediction: Miami Hotels Will Stay Hot for Real Estate Investors

    Miami hotels, a profitable investment for those who have jumped into the market over the past few years, are about to get even hotter.

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  • Architects re-imagine the retail landscape with bold designs

    The vast majority of retail centers in South Florida are sprawling enclosed malls surrounded by lakes of asphalt, or strip centers set back far from the street. But many of the region’s new shopping projects have bold architecture that aims to energize pe

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  • Food Chains Sign For Spaces At Jared Kushner And Aby Rosen’s Dumbo Heights

    Fast food restaurants Dig Inn, taqueria Dos Toros and the sandwich shop Untamed Sandwiches have all signed to open branches at the new Dumbo Heights development in Brooklyn, the Daily News has reported. Jared Kushner, Aby Rosen and Asher Abehsera are deve

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  • Dig Inn, Dos Toros opening up in Dumbo Heights

    Thousands of creative employees who will be working at the brand new tech hub Dumbo Heights will have plenty of lunch options. Multiple dining establishments are planning a move to the new commercial complex in Dumbo, according to the New York Daily News.

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  • Dumbo Heights to become a major eats destination following leases

    Dumbo is finally about to become a major retail destination, more than 30 years after the neighborhood down under the Manhattan Bridge overpass started its transformation from dilapidated warehouse district to one of the most expensive and desirable neigh

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  • Galaxy E3 Elementary becomes first school in Florida to earn LEED Platinum status

    BOYNTON BEACH – Galaxy E3 Elementary School can now add Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Platinum certification to its list of accolades for its “green” campus – a first for a Florida public or private school.

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  • Galaxy Elementary earns LEED Platinum certification - Sun Sentinel

    The Galaxy E3 Choice School has officially earned its LEED Platinum certification (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) from the U.S. Green Building Council, a first for a Florida public or private school.

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  • New waterfront community in Hampton Bays

    A new waterfront community is expected to be completed by midsummer in Hampton Bays. Twenty-three town houses starting at $700,000 each are being built where the old Allen's Acres Resort Motel was at 68 Foster Ave., says Bernard Zyscovich, founder and

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  • Miami Beach Really Wants to Revamp Washington Avenue

    A push to initiate an urban transformation for Washington Avenue is in the works. Interested parties are voicing their concerns to end the widely used avenue's fall into what many consider to be disrepair and tawdriness, with its

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  • Ponquogue Point: New Luxury Waterfront Condos in Hampton Bays

    NYC police commissioner William Bratton and his legal eagle wife Rikki Klieman, New York Post columnist Richard Johnson and Lord and Lady Liliana Caven-dish are just a few of the cognoscenti who have homes in Hampton Bays. This quiet hamlet in the Town of

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  • Integra Announces Health-Oriented Mixed-Use Develp for Aventa

    Miami-based Integra Investments recently announced plans for Aventura ParkSquare, a mixed-use development engineered with healthy living and wellness in mind.

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  • Ahmed Alvarez Promoted to Principal, MHBM

    Kimberly “Kim” Garcia has joined Morrison, Brown, Argiz & Farra as a director in the Risk Advisory Practice, focusing on Information Technology risk. Previously, she was at Ernst & Young. Garcia has a master’s of accounting in information systems audit an

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  • Aventura ParkSquare proposed as fit living mixed-use development

    Integra Investments has unveiled plans for Aventura ParkSquare, a mixed-use project that Zyscovich Architects designed with a healthy lifestyle in mind.

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  • In Hampton Bays, Ponquogue Manor

    “In Venice I realized that what we create as architecture is a stage set for the theater of life.” Bernard Zyscovich

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  • Tibor Hollo taps Zyscovich Architects for Panorama Tower

    Tibor Hollo hired Zyscovich Architects for the project, which is the first development in the city of Miami to be partially funded by the EB-5 visa program, the architecture and design firm announced Tuesday. - See more at: http://therealdeal.com/miami/bl

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  • Zyscovich Architects tapped for Panorama Tower design

    Florida East Coast Realty hired Zyscovich Architects as the interior designer for its Panorama Tower, which would become one of the tallest buildings in Florida.

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    Florida East Coast Realty hired Zyscovich Architects as the interior designer for its Panorama Tower, which would become one of the tallest buildings in Florida. The 83-story project is funded by the EB-5 visa program. While the exterior design is mostly

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  • Developers bank on healthy living in Aventura, Miami

    Developers in South Florida have offered car elevators, indoor ice skating rinks, 24-hour concierge service and other luxury amenities to entice residents into their gleaming new buildings.

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  • Doral Parishioners: Expect A Miracle!

    That’s when parishioners of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Doral plan to dedicate their new church, chapel, and multipurpose building, going in less than 15 years from a community without a home to one with a completely built parish plant.

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  • Closing the gap: New Loxahatchee Groves Campus to serve growing West Central Area

    After securing $6 million in legislative funding last year toward construction of the first building, Palm Beach State College is slated to open its fifth campus in Loxahatchee Groves in 2016.

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  • Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church’s Land Blessing

    A special blessing was given to the land where the future Temple of Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church will be built in Doral.

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  • General Growth Properties Hires Zyscovich Architects

    MIAMI, Jan. 12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- In response to the rapidly changing demographics of downtown Miami and as people of all ages are choosing to live, work and play in the city's urban core, General Growth Properties Inc. has retained Zyscovich Architect

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  • Zyscovich Architects tapped to revamp Miami’s Bayside Marketplace

    General Growth Properties hired Zyscovich Architects to "reimagine" Bayside Marketplace in downtown Miami. Bayside has been the main shopping complex in downtown Miami for years, but it's about to get a lot of company with Brickell City Centre and Miami

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  • Our Lady of Guadalupe Groundbreaking Ceremony

    In early January, the groundbreaking of the Our Lady of Guadalupe project was celebrated in a very intimate ceremony with only 20 attendees. The event was hosted by Father Israel Mago from Our Lady of Guadalupe with special speakers Bishop Peter Baldacchi

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  • Our Guide to the New Era of Miami Shopping, OD magazine

    How times have changed. Back in 1982, I was walked to the roof of the old Senator Hotel by a seer. In the distance was the Atlantic in mid-morning reverie. Just below, though, was the slow-moving Ocean Drive foot traffic of the retired Northerners who’d m

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  • Market Station Transit Oriented Development (TOD) District - The City of Hialeah

    The City of Hialeah's community leaders and residents have the opportunity to reinvest in one of its most underutilized areas, creating Hialeah's first planned multimodal mixed-use community. The Market Station Transit Oriented Development (TOD) District

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  • Final Stage of Construction of the Downtown Doral Charter Elementary School

    Recently, Codina Partners, Link Construction and Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS) held a special topping off ceremony to mark the completion of the steel construction phase of Downtown Doral Charter Elementary School (DDCES), which is part of a 1

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  • Zyscovich Architects Promotes McGuinn and Ehrling to Principal

    Zyscovich Architects is proud to announce the promotions of Michael McGuinn, RA, LEED AP BD+C and Michael Ehrling from associate to principal.

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  • Camp Lejeune Fitness Center

    The Wallace Creek Fitness Center was borne of a need to augment fitness capabilities at Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune. The design-build project team, including the facility’s end-user, visited numerous universities in North Carolina to come up with a de

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  • Major mixed-use community proposed around Hialeah Tri-Rail station

    A large community of homes mixed with commercial uses could sprout up around a Tri-Rail station in Hialeah as part of a rezoning proposed by the city.

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  • Zyscovich Architects to Design Melia Hotels International's First "ME" Boutique Hotel in the United

    Zyscovich Architects, one of the most sought after architectural firms in the nation, is proud to announce that it has been hired by CGI Merchant Group as the architect for its first, signature boutique hotel in the United States, ME Miami. Part of the

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  • NYC Moishe’s Moving Systems Owner Moves Into Miami Real Estate

    In other Moishe Mana news, the developer has hired the Miami design firm Zysocvich Architects to come up with the new plans for his more than 30 acres of properties in the Miami neighborhood of Wynwood. Located in the southwest area of 24th Street and 2nd

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  • New York entrepreneur names Miami design firm for 30-acre Wynwood development

    Known for developing properties of New York's Meat Packing District where he opened Milk Studios, entrepreneur Moishe Mana has named a Miami design firm to create the vision for more than 30-acres worth of properties in the Miami neighborhood of Wynwood.

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  • New York entrepreneur names Miami design firm for 30-acre Wynwood

    Known for developing properties of New York's Meat Packing District where he opened Milk Studios, entrepreneur Moishe Mana has named a Miami design firm to create the vision for more than 30-acres worth of properties in the Miami neighborhood of Wynwood.

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  • Miami transit village project breaks ground SFBJ

    The Seventh Avenue Transit Village Project in Miami’s Liberty City neighborhood has broken ground. Link Construction is the general contractor for developer Atlantic I Pacific Companies on the project,

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  • OCPS to discuss proposed 52-5-acre east Orlando school OBJ

    Orange County Public Schools is planning to meet with neighbors Sept. 30 at a county meeting to talk about a new K-8 school in east Orlando. The Wedgefield K-8 School PD is a 52.5-acre project, and

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  • Architect proposes linear park for Rickenbacker Causeway

    The Rickenbacker Causeway linking Miami to Key Biscayne is a road with varying posted speed limits ranging from 25 to 45 mph. But many drivers view the Rickenbacker as an expressway and race their vehicles down it in excess of 55. Such high speeds enda

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  • Changes could be coming to Miami's Rickenbacker Causeway

    Biking across the Rickenbacker Causeway on Key Biscayne can be dangerous. Now a new plan is in place to give cyclists, walkers, runners and other users a wider area so they’ll be safer. Images shown to CBS4 indicate that the new parkway would start even

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  • Buscan ofrecer mayor seguridad a ciclistas y peatones, Univision 23

    Revelan planes para el Rickenbacker Causeway de Miami Dade.

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  • Renaissance at St. Brendan High School in Miami Dade county

    For starters, the school will begin construction on a new building — its first ever, since the three buildings and cafeteria now on site were originally built for the seminary next door, St. John Vianney. Set for completion by December 2015, the new bu

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  • Rickenbacker Causeway plan could bring more business to Key Biscayne

    Miami-based Zyscovich Architects drafted a proposal to re-stripe Rickenbacker Causeway, which could peddle more business to Key Biscayne and Virginia Key. Currently being reviewed by the Florida Department of Transportation, the new design by the firm’s

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  • South Florida Business Journal - Top Architectural Firms for 2014

    Ranked by Gross billings, Billings prior year

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  • All Aboard Florida reveals designs for Miami station

    Company and city officials unveiled plans for two separate sites that will total 3 million square feet of space. One of the sites is planned as a mixture of office and commercial development, which will include restaurants and retail.

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  • All Aboard Florida Reveals Downtown Miami Station Renderings

    All Aboard Florida had a press conference this morning at the future site of their Downtown Miami train station revealing the design by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and Zyscovich Architects. Read on for highlights from the show:

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  • Zyscovich Architects to Design Liner for Walmart in Midtown Miami

    The project will screen the proposed Walmart so that the scale and character of the residential shopping street will be retained with shops that continue the urban scale of the neighborhood.

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  • Behold the New Ponquogue Manor Complex in Hampton Bays, Southampton

    “The enclave will bring a new feeling of vibrancy to this part of The Hamptons while preserving an atmosphere and environment that are in keeping with the community’s long-establish image and heritage,” said Bernard Zyscovich, FAIA, CEO & Founder

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  • Archinect's Employer of the Day - Weekly Round-Up #20

    Zyscovich Architects was featured as Firm of the Day, April 30th, 2014

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  • All Aboard Florida Launches New Website, With Single Miami Station Rendering

    All Aboard Florida has launched a new, expanded website with lots of details, facts and figures and, of particular interest to Curbed, a single rendering of what looks to be the Miami Grand Central Station.

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  • Downtown Doral Charter Elementary School Shows New Vision For Local Schools

    Miami-Dade school leaders say they’re breaking new ground with a privately funded, publicly managed elementary school in Doral, Florida. Construction on the school is expected to begin in the summer. Doors should open in the fall of 2015.

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  • Historic, Miami Senior High School Restored As Resplendent Castle of Learning

    Miami Senior High School’s newly resplendent, Mediterranean Revival house of learning will be re-dedicated Friday night after a four-year, $55 million top-to-bottom renovation and expansion.

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  • Lincoln Hosts ‘Designing Luxury’ Event With Miami’s Top Architects

    To demonstrate their passion for design, Lincoln got together a group of Miami’s best architects together for a panel discussion at the Miami Center for Architecture & Design. Architects, including Rene Gonzalez, and Bernard Zyscovich.

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  • Is This Aventura's First Mixed Use Development Curbed Miami

    Aventura, that Le Corbusian-esque city of condo towers surrounded by leafy highways and malls, is getting a big mixed use project (its first mixed-use project?), according to exMiami. Located on Waterways Boulevard

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  • Keys to Zyscovich's Colombian Consulate Renovation - slideshow

    The interior of the Colombian Embassy in Coral Gables is a lot warmer for visitors after a renovation Zyscovich Architects completed. The project is part of a push by the architectural firm to establish deeper roots with Colombia.

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  • Miami Welcomes Internationally Acclaimed Architects And Their Innovations

    Even before the current real estate cycle took hold, local and international architectural talents were quietly driving ambitious project design in Miami.

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  • Zyscovich, Empire design the office of the future – slideshow

    Zyscovich Architects and Empire Office have teamed up to create the next generation of workspaces at a Hollywood showroom.

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  • The Concept Of Active Design In Architecture Comes To Miami

    “You are where you live” alluded to the sophisticated lifestyles offered by new condominium developments. Now the concept of “Active Design,” comes to Miami.

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  • Health & the Built Environment: How Architecture, Planning & Healthcare Intersect

    How do our buildings affect our health? How can architects, planners and health professionals work together to create healthier buildings and cities? Hear what is being done in New York City and around the country, as well as in Miami.

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  • Terminal 4 Expansion, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport

    Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL), located in Florida, US, is undergoing a major expansion and modernisation project as a part of the $2.4bn Capital Improvement Plan initiated by Broward County, the owner of the airport.

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  • Zyscovich Architects Designs a New Miami Dade College Classroom Facility in downtown Miami

    Miami-based Zyscovich Architects has designed a new building for Miami Dade College’s downtown Wolfson Campus.

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  • Bernard Zyschovich giving his two cents on the state of the #Miami #realestate market

    Bernard Zyschovich giving his two cents on the state of the #Miami #realestate market, ways to improve quality of life through #infrastructure and creation of good jobs. Nice to hear someone keeping it real and down to Earth. Oh and a quick reminder fr

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