Fort Lauderdale

New Renderings Reveal Interiors For The Residences At Pier Sixty-Six In Fort Lauderdale

Interior renderings have been unveiled for The Residences at Pier Sixty-Six, a new collection of residential buildings located at 2301 Southeast 17th Street, forming a part of the expansive 32-acre Pier Sixty-Six Marina Promenade in Fort Lauderdale. Designed by GarciaStromberg and developed by Tavistock Development Company, a division of Orlando-based The Tavistock Group, the residential phase consists of 93 units. It includes two 11-story condominium towers, each housing 31 units ranging from 2,600 to 2,700 square feet, and two 4-story villa residential buildings with an additional 31 units ranging from 1,600 to 3,800 square feet. The development is scheduled to open in 2024.

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40-Story Mixed-Use Tower Proposed Beside Brightline Fort Lauderdale Train Station

A 40-story mixed-use tower is proposed for a vacant property at 105 Northwest 3rd Avenue, adjacent to the Brightline Fort Lauderdale train station. The project, named Brightline Residences, aims to enhance the urban landscape of the area. With a height of 466 feet, the tower would encompass 609,381 square feet of space. The proposed plans include 392 residential units, comprising 240 studios/one-bedroom units and 152 two-bedroom units. Additionally, the development will feature 493 parking spaces, 5,986 square feet of commercial space, and 2,888 square feet designated for restaurants. FSMY Architects + Planners has skillfully designed the project, while Ocean Land Investments Inc, operating under BRIGHTLAND FTL OWNER, LLC, is the developer. The proposal is scheduled for review by Fort Lauderdale’s Development Review Committee on June 11. 

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6-Story Mixed-Use Development Proposed For 545 Northwest 5th Avenue In Progresso Village, Fort Lauderdale

Earlier this month, Village of the Arts, Ltd., affiliated with Dania Beach-based MJDC, filed plans for Village of the Arts, a 6-story mixed-use project at 543 Northwest 5th Avenue in Fort Lauderdale’s Progresso Village neighborhood. Designed by Cohen Freedman Encinosa & Associates Architects with Architectural Alliance Landscape as the landscape architect and Botek Thurlow Engineering, Inc. as the civil engineer, the 65-foot-tall structure would comprise nearly 140,000 square feet of space, including 162 residential units, 6,000 square feet of ground floor retail space, and a 216-space parking garage. The filed plans for the project, initially scheduled for review on June 13, are currently being reviewed by Fort Lauderdale’s Design Review Committee.

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