Houston-based developer Hines has purchased the entire 5.49-acre development assemblage for FAT Village (Flagler. Arts. Technology), a massive 835,000-square-foot mixed-use project proposed for the booming Flagler Village north of Downtown Fort Lauderdale. Originally assembled and proposed by Alan Hoopers’s Urban Street Development, and Tim Petrillo’s Restaurant People, Hines bought the sites from them for $57.41 million. SB Architects and EDSA, Inc, are leading the design for what is to become the largest real estate project in the district, projected to yield 500 residential units, 350,000 square feet of offices, and 71,000 square feet of ground floor retail.
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.
Selene Oceanfront Residences is a luxury housing development slated for Fort Lauderdale, FL. The community comprises two 26-story, 300-foot towers and offers 204 units.
Proposals to construct a new eight-story commercial building in Edgewood, Fort Lauderdale are now under review by the Development Review Committee. The development site is approximately 82,904 square feet and bound by Southwest 26th Street to the south, Marina Mile Boulevard (SR 84) to the north, and Southwest 9th Avenue to the west. 1100 Hotel LLC is listed as the developer with Courtney Callahan Crush of Crush Law representing the applicant.
YIMBY spotted a new series of exterior and interior renderings depicting Selene Oceanfront Residences, Kobi Karp’s upcoming two-tower luxury residential development at 151 North Seabreeze Boulevard in Central Beach, Fort Lauderdale. The slender curved glass-clad structures are slated to rise 26-stories each, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway, nestled in between Alhambra Street and Sebastian Street on the north and south and North Birch Road to the west. Palm Beach County-based Kolter Urban is developing the 196-unit project, which is expected to break ground this November and projecting to yield sprawling two and three-bedroom for-sale residences, an opulent outdoor amenity deck and a 5300-square-foot oceanfront restaurant venue. At 300-feet above sea level, the pair of towers will become the tallest structures along Fort Lauderdale Beach.