1111 Lincoln Road

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  • Samantha Brooks

Part functional parking garage, part event space, part dining venue, this development designed by the Swiss architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron contains retail outlets, a parking garage–cum–event space, and a handful of residences with bordering interior courtyards designed by ­Raymond Jungles. On 1111 Lincoln’s penthouse level is the remarkable new Juvia restaurant (top), for which the Venezuela-based designer Alejandro Barrios-Carrero won a 2013 James Beard Award for Best Restaurant Design. The eatery serves French, Japanese, and Peruvian fusion cuisine in a 10,000-square-foot indoor-outdoor venue overlooking Miami. www.1111lincolnroad.com; www.juviamiami.com

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