By Brian Bandell – Real Estate Editor, South Florida Business Journal
A team of four developers has proposed a mixed-use tower in downtown Miami featuring condos and office space, with a host of amenities for both.
The 41-story HUB Miami is planned on the 1.03-acre site at 533 N.W. Second Ave., which is just west of the Brightline passenger rail station and a few blocks from the entrance to Interstate 95. The property was acquired for $39.5 million in February by a joint venture between Aventura-based BH Group, Boca Raton-based Pebb Enterprises, Miami-based Florida Value Partners and the Chicago-based John Buck Co.