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.
A site plan application has been filed with Fort Lauderdale’s Development Review Committee (DRC) for a 12-story mixed-use building at approximately 333 Northeast 6th Street (Sistrunk Boulevard) titled Advantis Station at Flagler Village. Designed by Kendall-based MSA Architects, the 131-foot-tall proposed structure is located between Northeast 3rd Avenue and Northeast 4th Avenue, occupying nearly half the block with Northeast 7th Street on the north. Prospect Real Estate Group LLC, managed by Richard G. Zahn, is listed as the owner behind the application.
SPSA Retail is the working name of a new shopping center coming to Fort Lauderdale, FL. Per the Construction Journal, the $2.9 million project will raise one story above grade and require 9,232 square feet of new construction.