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BTI Partners Tops Off Construction On ‘The Bread Building’ At 1740 S. Young Circle In Downtown Hollywood

Fort Lauderdale-based BTI Partners has reached a significant milestone with the topping-off of The Bread Building, a 25-story apartment tower at 1740 South Young Circle in downtown Hollywood. The redevelopment of the former Hollywood Bread Building site will bring 362 luxury apartments and 16,000 square feet of retail space to the city’s vibrant heart. Modis Architects is the design architect, Adache Group Architects is the architect of record, and Bliss & Nyitray is the structural engineer Witkin Hults + Partners is the landscape architect, KEITH is the civil engineer, and JALRW Engineering Group is the MEP engineer Civic Construction is the general contractor.

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Developers Acquire 1,300-Acre Site Zoned For 2,000-Unit Residential Community In St. Johns County

Just days after acquiring 3,300 acres for $85 million in Clay County, Fort Lauderdale-based BTI Partners closed on a $31 million deal to acquire approximately 1,300 acres in Northwest St. Johns County. The deal closed on Tuesday, December 27, and was done so in partnership with Westport Capital Partners.  The seller was Jacksonville-based Helow Properties LTD. BTI Partners will build the infrastructure for the site to prepare it for homebuilders who need access to ready-to-build land, where over 2,000 single-family homes and attached villas will be built on the site located on Greenbriar Road, also known as County Road 210 West. 

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Developer Acquires 3,300-Acre Development Site In Southern Clay County For Planned Mixed-Use Community

Fort Lauderdale-based BTI Partners, one of Florida’s largest master-planned community developers, continues to expand its footprint in Florida with the acquisition of approximately 3,300 acres of Governors Park for $85 million in Southern Clay County. The developer acquired the development site from The Davis family and The PARC Group, which closed on Friday, December 16, with plans to build 4,000 single-family homes and 2,000 multi-family units on the newly acquired site in the Green Cove Springs area. Further plans include using 840,000 square feet for commercial/retail space, 700,000 square feet of office space, 400 hotel rooms, 2 million square feet of light industrial, and an 18-hole golf course.

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Developers Secure $83 Million Construction Loan For 25-Story Mixed-Use Project In Downtown Hollywood

Fort Lauderdale-based BTI Partners and Salt Lake City-based Bridge Investment Group have secured an $83 million construction loan from Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce for a new 25-story mixed-use development in Downtown Hollywood’s Central Business District. The development site, acquired by the developers in 2021 for $11 million, was once home to the long-neglected and now demolished Hollywood Bread Building. Located at 1727-1745 Van Buren Street, 1700-1716 Harrison Street and 1740-1760 South Young Circle, the redevelopment of the site is an important step in the revitalization of the west end of Downtown Hollywood anchored by the 10-acre ArtsPark at Young Circle. The new development will yield 362 market-rate apartments and about 16,000 square feet of retail space, designed by Adache Group Architects and Modis Architects.

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Marina Pointe At Westshore Marina District Launches Sales Of Second Condo Tower

Marina Pointe in Tampa is launching sales of its second condominium tower. Designed by Kobi Karp Architects and developed by Fort Lauderdale-based BTI Partners, the high rise will be home to 157 luxury condos with mesmerizing views of Tampa Bay and the St. Pete skyline, located within the 52-acre Westshore Marina District off Westshore and Gandy Boulevards on Old Tampa Bay across from St. Petersburg. Residences range from 1,200 square feet to penthouses over 2,000 square feet and offer a variety of floor plans, ranging from one to four bedrooms.The announcement comes as the last remaining condos in Tower One, scheduled for completion later this year, are sold.

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