|Name:||Marquis Condominium and Hotel|
|Address:||1100 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132|
|Total Size:||29000 SF.|
|Property Type:||Residential Condominium and Hotel|
Marquis is a 67-story tower consisting of 310 residential units, a 57-key hotel, 6 town-houses, 12,000-square-foot spa and 17,000-square-foot retail space in the heart of Miami. The building was the second tallest residential tower in Miami-Dade County. Andrew Hellinger, then president of Leviev Boymelgreen Developers, and Coralee Penabad, then general counsel for LBD, led the development of Marquis. Their responsibilities included framing and completion of the residential and hotel units. One of their major achievements was working successfully with the City of Miami, Miami-Dade County, Miami-Dade Aviation Authority and the Federal Aviation Administration to amend and standardize the flight paths in Miami-Dade. Secured in the short period of 10 months, the amendment increased the allowable height in various flight paths over Miami to provide for the development of Marquis in downtown Miami. URBAN-X principals completed the tower as originally designed and under budget, with all original contracts in place.