Renderings from Palm Springs-based architect Nader Goubran reveal a new contemporary three-story multifamily residential building at 3303 Southwest 15th Avenue in Fort Lauderdale’s Edgewood neighborhood. The project, titled Rosewood Villas, is being proposed by Austen and Steven Bernstein of New Story Capital Partners, set to rise on the southwest corner of Southwest 32nd Place and Southwest 15th Avenue, exactly north of the Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church and just minutes away from the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. The building will eventually create 14 residential units spread across 37,674 square feet with 34 parking spaces.
The development would be divided into three separate buildings featuring a façade primarily comprised of white and grey smooth stucco finishes and accented with ipe wood tiles. Windows, doorways and balconies would feature dark bronze framing and transparent glass. The property is then surrounded by a wood-topped retaining wall and light grey cement pavers, decorated with ample landscaping from architect Thomas White. All three buildings would rise approximately 36-feet to the roof, and grouped into unit counts of four, five and five. All residential villas will come in three-bedroom floor plans with an open-concept living-kitchen area and two baths. Each home can accomodate a single vehicle in the garage.
The developer is seeking a rezoning of the parcel to a zoning that is more consistent with Fort Lauderdale’s future land use designation as part of its comprehensive plan. Proposals for Rosewood Villa will be reviewed on November 9, 2021 by Fort Lauderdale’s Development Review Committee.