After securing 4.93 acres from the Fort Lauderdale First Church of the Nazarene, an affiliate of 13th Floor Homes is ready to move forward with plans for a single-family housing development.
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Integra Investments has filed plans for The Mile Hotel West, a new development for a multi-site hotel project in Fort Lauderdale’s Galt Mile neighborhood. Located at 3115 Northeast 32nd Avenue, the West Tower will replace the current Bokamper’s Sports Bar and Restaurant. Designed by Nichols Architects, with landscape architecture and civil engineering by Craven Thompson & Associates, the development aims to meet the demand for a high-end hotel with a waterfront restaurant and retail facilities, catering to the neighboring commercial, residential, and tourist-serving establishments.
Recently unveiled site plans and renderings showcase the Tempo & Homewood Hotel, a proposed 11-story establishment located at 100 Southeast 8th Avenue in the charming neighborhood of Beverly Heights, Fort Lauderdale. The hotel, skillfully designed by Adache Group Architects in collaboration with Craven Thompson & Associates as the civil engineer and Scott C. Heynen, RLA LLC as the landscape architect, is set to be developed by New Castle Hotels & Resorts under Fort Lauderdale 8th Avenue Hotel LLC. The proposal for the hotel is scheduled for review by Fort Lauderdale’s Development Review Committee on April 11, 2023.
A Miami-based developer plans a 20-story luxury condo tower named Ocean Harbor between the Intracoastal Waterway and Harbor Drive in Fort Lauderdale. Designed by Arquitectonica with EcoPlan, Inc. as the landscape architect and Craven Thompson & Associates, Inc. as the civil engineer, the 240-foot-tall structure would yield 36 residential units and 108 parking spaces. The developer’s identity is masked by Ocean Harbor Properties, LLC, which according to records, does not list any individuals as managers or members and has AGI Registered Agents, Inc. as the registered agent. Fort Lauderdale’s Development Review Committee will consider plans on February 14 for Ocean Harbor, located at 3019 Harbor Drive near Seabreeze Boulevard/Florida State Road A1A.