Miami-based Sevilla Group hopes to get approval for a residential community. Sevilla Parc would comprise 192 units spread across six low-rise buildings. The South Florida Business Journal notes that homes would comprise one-bedroom and two-bedroom units.
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A 2.91-acre parcel across from Spirit Airlines’ headquarters will soon find new life as The Aileron, a residential housing complex. The project calls for two 15-story towers to be developed in two phases. Both will have 380 units.
A Coral Gables-based developer hopes to get approval for Beacon Flats, a residential complex in Miami-Dade County. The complex, which would comprise 103,176 square feet of new construction, would offer 109 apartments divided between two three-story buildings.
The Ed White Hospital has been shuttered since 2014. Now, its lot (owned by the St. Pete Housing Authority) could soon find new life as an affordable housing development for seniors.
Miami’s Urban Development Review Board has given the green light to a 38-story mixed-used venture. 2900 Terrace will comprise 324 luxury housing units, ranging from one-bedroom to three-bedroom layout plans.