Rieber Developments Announces 12-Story Mixed-Use Complex to Include Seniors Housing Near Miami

AVENTURA, Fla. — Rieber Developments has unveiled plans for 12|12 Aventura, a mixed-use project with offices for medical professionals, a luxury senior living component and retail. The project is planned for a plot in Aventura, a northern suburb of Miami.

Designed by Arquitectonica, 12|12 Aventura will be a 12-story complex consisting of 30,000 square feet of commercial retail space, 30,000 square feet of offices, a 150-unit luxury senior living component and a structured parking garage. The retail space will include a Chelsea Market-style food hall on the ground floor.

The community will join a sister project, Ivory 214, currently under construction nearby. Ivory 214 will be a medical and professional office building and Hilton hotel. The two project will combine as the center of what the developer is calling the Aventura Medical District.

12|12 Aventura will be located less than one mile from Aventura Mall, and directly adjacent to Aventura Hospital. The property will benefit from more than 300 surrounding medical practices, and Aventura Hospital’s designation as a Level II trauma center — one of only two facilities in Miami-Dade County with this designation.

“Our vision for 12|12 Aventura and the Aventura Medical District is to meld community, culture, health and wellness with unmatched convenience for our tenants, patrons and residents.,” says Bernardo Rieber, principal of Rieber Developments. “Offering a state-of-the-art food hall, lively contemporary restaurants, enticing retail and offices as well as modern-style luxury senior living where residents can interact more, this project was truly created to complement the surrounding community.”

Cervera Real Estate is the exclusive brokerage for leasing efforts. ID & Design International is outfitting the interiors of the common areas throughout the project. General contractor Winmar Construction, an affiliate of Coastal Construction, will break ground on the project in December 2019 with completion slated for 2021.