Posts Categorized: Retail

The Developers Guide to Land-Use in Miami-Dade County

Posted by & filed under Commercial, Condo, Land, Mixed-Use, Multifamily, Rental, Residential, Retail, Urbanism.

Matt Toro over at Transit Miami released these awesome maps last week on Transit Miami.  Matt is somewhat of a GIS ninja and these maps give us an excellent macro view of land-use throughout the county. Here are the 5 land-use maps: Residential (single & multi-family) Commercial Industrial Agricultural Parks  

Flavorish Market-New Gourmet Store Opens in Upper Eastside

Posted by & filed under Quality of Life, Retail, Taste & Toast.

Upper Eastside residents finally have a neighborhood market where we can bike or walk to.  Last week Flavorish Market opened its doors serving all sorts of tasty things like: Wine Craft Beer Cheese Cured Meat Coffee and Tea Sandwiches Pastries Bread Grocery items I think the concept is great and I anticipate that Flavorish Market will do… Read more »

MiMo Gem Uncovered

Posted by & filed under Architecture, Development Pipeline, Mixed-Use, Office, Picture of the Day, Retail.

Someone was clearly smoking something in the 70’s when they decided to cover this lovely MiMo building with this awful façade. Last week construction workers uncovered the original 1953 Art Deco façade. Historic assets like this gem add value to neighborhoods and they need to be preserved. The building is located in the MiMo Historic District: 7100 Biscayne… Read more »

Historic Collins Avenue Mixed-Use Building Sells For $6.5 Million

Posted by & filed under Development Pipeline, Historic Preservation, Mixed-Use, Residential, Retail.

Aria Development Group has closed on the purchase of the historic 1929 London Arms building located at 727 Collins Avenue on South Beach. The 22,000 square foot building was purchased for $6.5 million in partnership with Wexford Capital.  According to Aria Development principal David Arditi he is looking to attract a fashion/clothing/apparel tenant to compliment… Read more »