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26-Story Modern Condominium Tower Proposed With 53 Units In Flagler Village, Fort Lauderdale

An application has been filed with the Development Review Committee seeking approval for the construction of 418 Lofts, a 53-unit residential development located at 418 Northeast 2nd Avenue in Flagler Village, Fort Lauderdale. The building is proposed to rise 311-feet on a vacant development site situated a block Northwest from the Greyhound Bus Station and just west of the proposed URBN Flagler Village project, bound by Northeast 4th Street to the south and Northeast 5th Street to the north with Northeast 3rd Avenue to the east. The Tamara Peacock Company Architects is onboard as the design architect with EDSA as the landscape architect and Flynn Engineering as the civil engineer. The owner of the application is 418 NE Ave LLC, an entity based in Brooklyn, New York and led by developer Joseph Scarpinito.

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509NE3 Condominiums. Designed by the Tamara Peacock Company Architects

Renderings And Plans Unveiled For 16-Story 509NE3 Condominiums In Flagler Village, Fort Lauderdale

Renderings, plans and diagrams have been revealed in an application filing to Fort Lauderdale’s Development Review Committee seeking approvals for 509NE3 Condominiums, a 16-story mixed-use building planned for 509 Northeast 3rd Street, hence the name, in the booming Flagler Village district. Designed by Fort Lauderdale-based The Tamara Peacock Company Architects and developed by Brooklyn-based 509 NE 3 LLC, the project will yield 63,203 square feet, including 26 residential units and up to 1000 square feet of commercial space.

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FAT Village East. Designed by SCB & DLR Group.

Urban Street Development Partners With Hines To Develope FAT Village East In Fort Lauderdale

A massive 843,770-square-foot mixed-use development may be coming to Fort Lauderdale’s Flagler Village neighborhood thanks to a partnership between Alan Hooper’s Urban Street Development and Hines, the prominent Texas-based real estate developer behind major projects in New York City such as 53 West 53rd Street and 139 East 56th Street. The proposal consists of developing up to 355 multifamily residential units, as much as 45,355 square feet of commercial space, and 149,045 square feet of office space with 1,172 parking spaces in total. FAT Village East (FAT meaning Food, Arts, Technology), has been submitted to Fort Lauderdale’s Department of Sustainable Development-Urban Design and Planning for further review and eventual approval.

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