On July 15, 2021, Boca Raton’s Planning and Zoning Board voted in favor of the proposed design for Brightline’s Boca Raton Station expansion at 101 Northwest 4th Street near Pearl City. Brightline, who’s been consistently…
A 270-unit multi-family project has been proposed to the Planning and Zoning Design Review Committee of Fort Lauderdale at 427 Northeast 1st Avenue in the Flagler Village neighborhood. Encompassing the addresses between 409 – 433 NE 1st Ave., the property spans 10 parcels of land on the eastern side of the interior lot bounded by NE 5th St. to the north, NE 4th St. to the south and N Andrews Ave. to the west. The site is just 4 blocks away from the Brightline Fort Lauderdale train station. ECI Flagler Village LLC, an affiliate company of Edgewater Capital Investments, is the owner of the application.
Renderings and drawings have been unveiled in a presentation to City Commissioners of Miami for the plans to build a commuter rail station along Brightline’s tracks connected to two towers in the Design District. The new station would be built just north of the Interstate 195 and south of NE 39th St., parallel to North Federal Highway, and the towers along Biscayne Boulevard. Miami Design District Associates, a joint venture between Craig Robin’s Dacra and L Catterton Real Estate, is the developer behind the recent presentation, and principal owner of the thriving Miami Design District.