River Landing Shops and Residences

  • Miami’s $425M Project: Where Urban Living Meets the River

    UrbanX Group’s Andrew Hellinger reveals the details behind one of Miami’s hottest projects: River Landing Shops and Residences, located on the Miami River.

    Miami 04 October 2018 15:28
  • River Landing Development Builds 2M SF Mixed-Use Project in Miami’s River District

    The district west of Downtown Miami along the Miami River is soon to see new large-scale development activity as preconstruction work has begun on the$300 million River Landing Shops & Residences mixed-use project in early 2015. Located at 1500 N.W. North River Drive, the site is on the north bank of the Miami River at walking distance from the Civic Center area that is home to the second largest health district in the nation. Despite being one of South Florida's largest employment hubs, the area is under served in retail and apartments.

    Miami 23 February 2015 17:56

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