COOKFOX enters the Miami market with a mixed-use building that goes heavy on the greenery

New York–based COOKFOX Architects is set to make its South Florida debut with Parterre 42, a 500,000-square-foot retail and office building encompassing an entire city block on the northeastern edge of the Miami Design District. Helm Equities, an affiliate of New York–based JEMB Realty Corporation, is developing the $300 million project. While COOKFOX has been tapped for projects elsewhere in the Sunshine State, including Water Street Tampa, Parterre 42 is the studio’s inaugural Miami undertaking.

For a practice that describes itself as being “dedicated to integrated, environmentally responsive architecture” and that has garnered accolades for its embrace of biophilic design principles, it’s no surprise

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