Fort Lauderdale

Merrimac Ventures Files Plans For 30-Story ArtsPark Lofts In Flagler Village, Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale’s Development Review Committee (DRC) is scheduled to consider and review plans for ArtsPark Lofts, a 30-story mixed-use multifamily and commercial development proposed for 407 North Andrews Avenue in Flagler Village near the Brightline Fort Lauderdale Station. Designed by FSMY Architects & Planners with landscape architecture and civil engineering by KEITH and developed by Merrimac Ventures (Merrimac), a Fort Lauderdale-based development firm led by brothers Dev and Nitin Motwani, the project comprises 396,757 square feet of space including 289 residential units, 1,914 square feet of commercial space and a 6-story parking garage integrated into the podium for 359 vehicles. The DRC is scheduled to review the proposal for ArtsPark Lofts on Tuesday July 26, 2022

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New River Central. Designed by Dorsky + Yue International.

Bizzi & Partners Gets FAA Approval For 378-Foot-Tall Structure To Rise At 100 SW 6th Street In Fort Lauderdale

The Federal Aviation Administration has granted New York-based real estate developer Bizzi & Partners building permit approvals for New River Central, a 35-story mixed-use multifamily and retail high rise building anticipated to rise at 100 Southwest 6th Street. Designed by Dorsky + Yue International with landscaping by Lewis Aqui Landscape + Architectural Design, and being developed alongside New York-based Silverback Development, the 378-foot-tall structure will yield an estimated 350,000 square feet of space including 401 residential units, 5,500 square feet of ground floor retail space, and a 477-space parking garage. The building permit applications were approved as of July 14, 2022 and are set to expire on January 14, 2024.

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OKO Group And Cain International Get $97.2 Million In Construction Financing For 34-Story One River In Fort Lauderdale

OKO Group and Cain International have secured $97.2 million in construction financing for their next joint venture development: One River, a new 34-story luxury multifamily tower located addressed as 629 Southeast 5th Avenue in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Financing is broken down into two loans, a senior construction loan provided by Bank OZK, and a mezzanine construction loan provided by JVP Management, which will fund the construction of the tower. One River will encompass 251 high-end apartments and 2,600 square feet of ground level retail space. Vertical construction is scheduled to begin this summer, with delivery expected September 2024.

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Brooklyn-Based Developers Propose 9-Story Condominium Development In Downtown Fort Lauderdale

A pair of developers based in Brooklyn, New York have proposed a 9-story condominium development for 404 Northwest 1st Avenue in Downtown Fort Lauderdale. The entity listed as the developer in the Design Review Committee (DRC) application is 404 NW 1 LLC, managed by John Russo and Eleonora Hroncich of New Leaf Development. Plans call for an approximately 127-foot-tall structure with 85,505 square feet of space including 25 residential units and 30 parking spaces. INOA Architecture is listed as the design architect and The Tamara Peacock Company Architects the architect of record. Andres Montero Landscape Architecture is onboard for landscaping, and Flynn Engineering is the civil engineer. 

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Bachow Ventures Proposes 47-Story Mixed-Use Tower At 11 North Andrews Avenue In Fort Lauderdale

Plans for a new 47-story mixed-use tower named 11 Andrews have been submitted to Fort Lauderdale’s Design Review Committee (DRC) for review. The project is designed by CUBE 3 with Witkin Hults + Partners as the landscape architect and is being proposed by Miami Beach-based Bachow Ventures managed by Noah Bachow. The building would rise approximately 479-feet to the roof, or 499-feet to the mechanical screen, and would yield an estimated 732,000 square feet of space including 425 residential units, 7,400 square feet of commercial space and 425 parking spaces.

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