Rieber Developments Breaks Ground on 10-Story Mixed-Use Project in Suburban Miami


Known as 12|12 Aventura, the mixed-use project will feature medical office, luxury senior residences and a food hall.

AVENTURA, FLA. — Rieber Developments has broken ground on 12|12 Aventura, a 10-story mixed-use project featuring medical office, luxury senior residences and a food hall. The property is situated in Aventura, approximately 20 miles north of Miami.

Arquitectonica designed the development, which will include a 30,000-square-foot gourmet marketplace and food hall, 25,000 square feet of office space and a 160-unit senior living component with a structured parking garage. The roof will feature gardens and micro-parks.

Along with its sister project Ivory 214, the development will serve as the epicenter of what the developer is calling the Aventura Health District. Located at 21290 Biscayne Blvd., 12|12 Aventura is less than one mile from Aventura Mall and directly adjacent to Aventura Hospital.

“Breaking ground on 12|12 Aventura is a significant milestone for us, especially in these challenging times,” says Bernardo Rieber, principal of Rieber Developments. “Our philosophy in creating this project has always been to bring something new and unique to the neighborhood, melding community, culture, health and wellness to benefit the area.”

Cervera Real Estate will serve as the exclusive brokerage for the office condos, 40 percent of which are sold and under contract. Winmar Construction, an affiliate of Coastal Construction, is the general contractor. Interiors by Steven G. handled the interior designs. Completion is slated for 2022.

Aventura-based Rieber Developments specializes in mixed-use projects comprising multifamily, office and commercial retail space.

— Kristin Hiller

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