Demolition work has begun at 3105 Bay Oaks Court, where the Related Group is clearing the former Bay Oaks Apartments to make way for the upcoming Ritz-Carlton Residences Tampa, a 27-story two-tower residential development + 12…
The Downtown Development Review Board (DDRB) in Jacksonville has recommended conceptual approval for the construction of One Riverside, an 18.84-acre mixed-use development comprised of two 7-story multi-family residential buildings with a total of 270 residential units, a 3,000-square-foot riverfront restaurant, a residential pool, a stand-alone amenity building and a 7-deck parking garage with 502 spaces. The project site is located at One Riverside Avenue in the Brooklyn neighborhood of the Downtown area, bounded to the north by Riverside Ave, to the east by the Acosta Bridge, to the south by the St. John’s River, and to the West by the Haskell property. Atlanta-based Dwell Design Studio is listed as the architect; Tribridge Residential is the developer.
Earlier this week, applications for a pair of 750-foot-tall structures in Sunny Isles Beach were submitted to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The coordinates listed in the filings match perfectly with 18801 Collins Avenue, a development site spanning well over 200,000 square feet owned by La Playa Beach Associates LLC. The entity was formed in 2014 as a joint venture between Hallandale Beach-based Chateau Group and Miami-based Fortune International Group to redevelop the property into massive mixed-use project. The new filing calls for the construction of two high-rises structurally topping off at 739-feet and 742-feet, or 750-feet above sea level, adding these buildings in to the ranks of the tallest on a waterfront in the United States.
Applications have been submitted to the Federal Aviation Administration for the development of the 11.3-acre Daytona Gateway Marina project, which is comprised of two mixed-use high rise buildings and a 138-slip marina at 135 East International Speedway Boulevard in Daytona Beach. The buildings would rise 415-feet and 417-feet, or 422-feet and 425-feet above sea level, and will include 550 luxury residences, a boutique hotel, retail and restaurant spaces, and space to accommodate vessels ranging from 40 to 150 feet as well as dry storage for up 250 boats. The Jaymor Group is the owner behind the applications.
New York City-based Standard International and Rosso Development have teamed up with real estate investment firm Midtown Development to announce the launch of The Standard Residences, a 12-story mixed-use development planned for 3100 Northeast 1st Avenue in Midtown, Miami. Designed by international architecture firm Arquitectonica with interiors by Urban Robot Associates, the project is the first of it’s kind for the hospitality brand, offering 228 fully-appointed, move-in ready residences while simultaneously allowing flexible short-rental programs with 30-day minimum stays up to 12 times per year. The structure will also include 34,000 square feet of amenities and 10,000 square feet of ground floor retail.