Articles by Oscar Nunez

Flagler Towers. Designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects.

Frisbie Group’s RAMSA-Designed Flagler Towers Proposed To Rise 379-Feet In West Palm Beach

Palm Beach-based real estate developer Frisbie Group has filed applications with the Federal Aviation Administration seeking approvals for Flagler Towers, two 27-story residential buildings planned to rise at 1315 South Flagler Drive along the Intracoastal Waterway in West Palm Beach. The applications indicate the developer intends to build 379-foot-tall structures, featuring designs by New York City’s Robert A. M. Stern Architects, replacing an existing 57-year-old 83-unit student housing complex named Flagler Tower. The pair of towers would rise just north of Norton Gallery Park, bound by South Olive Avenue, Diana Place and Currie Crescent.

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E11EVEN Hotel & Residences. Designed by Sieger Suarez Architects.

Demolition Permits Filed For 20 NE 11th Street, Where 65-Story E11EVEN Hotel & Residences Is Planned

Demolition permits have been filed for 20 Northeast 11th Street, the property where the Sieger Suarez Architects-designed 65-Story E11EVEN Hotel & Residences is planned. Located in Miami’s Park West neighborhood, the interior lot is bound by N. Miami Avenue to the west, NE 11th Street to the north, NE 1st Avenue to the far east, and NE 10th Street on the south. New York City and Miami-based Property Markets Group and E11EVEN Partners, led by Michael Simkins, Marc Roberts and Dennis DeGori, are the developers for the mixed-use project. According to the filing, the cost of demolition will total $7,500

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317 North Federal Highway. Designed by NBWW Architects.

Two-Tower 317 N Federal Highway Approved To Rise 472-Feet And 500-Feet In Fort Lauderdale

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has approved the heights of two towers collectively known as 317 North Federal Highway, a large scale mixed-use project planned to rise in the heart of Downtown Fort Lauderdale. The FAA has determined the structures may rise 472-feet and 500-feet above sea level as they will not have any substantial adverse effects on the navigable airspace. The development will give way to a pair of rental towers yielding over 700 units of 42 and 45 stories designed by NBWW Architects and developed by Nitin and Dev Motwani’s Merrimac Ventures. 

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2.6 Acre Development Assemblage. Image courtesy of Google Maps.

Transit-Oriented Mixed-Use Development With Hundreds Of Luxury Apartments Slated For Downtown West Palm Beach

WPB Fern Holdings LLC, a partnership between New York City-based L&L Holding Company, West Palm Beach-based Wexford Real Estate Investors (WREI) and Miami’s 13th Floor Investments, has acquired a prime 2.6-acre development assemblage in the heart of Downtown West Palm Beach. The interior lots include 418 and 464 Fern Street; 401, 415, 417 and 421 South Dixie Highway; 419 and 435 Gardenia Street, all bound by South Quadrille Boulevard to the east and located just a walk away from Brightline’s West Palm Beach high-speed rail station. The partnership is now entering pre-development planning and design work for a mixed-use project, which is expected to yield hundreds of highly-amenitized luxury rental apartments along with ground floor retail and restaurants.

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Applications For Two 765-Foot-Tall Tower Cranes Filed Near 275 SW 6th Street Along The Miami River

The Federal Aviation Administration has received applications for two 765-foot-tall tower tower cranes at the site of Chetrit Group’s Miami Riverwalk Towers development. The filing occurred on September 20th, and corresponds to the vertical construction of a 54-story mixed-use tower that is planned to rise at 275 Southwest 6th Street. Designed by renown architect Kobi Karp, piling work is now underway for the first of what eventually will become four towers. The mega development is projected to yield 4.2 million-square-feet including 1,678 residential units, 330 hotel rooms, 196,882-square-feet of retail space, 98,040-square-feet of office space and 30-slip marina.

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