Articles by Oscar Nunez

YIMBY Checks In On 31-Story ‘Aer’ Under Construction At 300 West Tyler Street In Downtown Tampa

YIMBY stopped by 300 West Tyler Street to check on the construction progress of the 346-foot-tall ‘Aer’ (Arts & Entertainment Residences) in Downtown Tampa, designed by Cube3 Architects and developed by a joint venture between American Land Ventures and Gazit Horizons. The 31-story tower, which recently topped out, is located in the heart of the River Arts District, directly across from the Straz Center for the Performing Arts, bound by West Tyler Street on the north and west, West Cass Street on the south, and North Macinnes Place on the east. The project will yield 334 residential units, a parking structure lined with 13,802 square feet of ground-floor retail space, and 514 parking spaces above it. Coastal Construction is the general contractor.

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Housing Trust Group Breaks Ground On New Affordable Community For Seniors In Broward County

Housing Trust Group (HTG) has closed financing and commenced construction on Hillsboro Landing, a $41 million affordable senior community in Deerfield Beach, Florida. This community is a joint venture between HTG and the Broward County Housing Authority, focused on providing stable and quality affordable housing options for low and moderate-income families and seniors. The project’s design and construction team includes ATL Architecture, Ferncore Corporation, Keith & Associates, Builders Design, and Sieger Suarez Architects.

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Woodmont, Butters And PCCP Break Ground In Florida’s Palm Beach Park Of Commerce

Woodmont Industrial Partners (Woodmont), Butters Construction & Development (Butters), and PCCP LLC have officially broken ground on the first of eight buildings within the Palm Beach Park of Commerce (PBPOC). Located at 15430 Corporate Road North, this project will bring 303,364 square feet of for-lease Class A industrial space to the market by the second quarter of 2024.

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Miami City Commission Unanimously Approves Lease Agreement for Hyatt and Gencom’s ‘Miami Riverbridge’ Development

In a 5-0 vote at the Miami City Commission, the lease agreement between the City and the joint venture led by Hyatt and Gencom has been unanimously approved. This decision marks a significant milestone in advancing the visionary Miami Riverbridge development, setting the stage for revitalizing Downtown Miami’s riverfront area. The approved lease agreement paves the way for collaborative efforts between Hyatt and Gencom to enhance access, promote walkability, and introduce diverse offerings to the vibrant city. With this crucial endorsement, the joint venture can now proceed with finalizing the construction plans in close partnership with the City.

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