Scoring a $27K monthly rent for the penthouse helps validate the developer’s decision to switch gears midproject and turn a planned condominium into a rental building.
An affiliate of Aria Development Group has proposed a 40-story condo with mostly smaller units in downtown Miami. The city’s Urban Development Review Board on June 16 will consider plans for 501 First, planned on the 0.48-acre site at 501 N.E. First Ave.
First came Brickell, then came the bay-view towers on Biscayne Boulevard. Increasingly, the blocks between them are filling in with rentals and condos — a decided departure from the courthouses, Miami Dade College buildings and discount shops that have long lined these streets.
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP and Aria Development Group are proud to announce their partnership with Project Destined for a virtual internship program serving students from colleges including Howard University, the George Washington University, North Carolina Central University and the University of California, Davis.