FAT Village

Hines, Urban Street Development Celebrate Groundbreaking Of FAT Village In Flagler Village, Fort Lauderdale

The FAT Village master plan, a collaborative effort between Hines and Urban Street Development, has broken ground, setting the stage for vertical growth within the 5.6-acre site in Fort Lauderdale. This expansive urban redevelopment aims to transform the FAT Village district with an influx of new housing, retail options, dining venues, Class AA office spaces, and entertainment facilities. The initiative, designed by Chicago-based SCB with Nebraska-based DLR Group crafting the office component, represents a significant milestone in the area’s evolution. Following the announcement of a $220 million construction loan, this groundbreaking event heralds a new chapter of investment, job creation, and community enrichment, positioning the neighborhood as a prime destination for businesses and residents.

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Hines Lands $220 Million Construction Loan For First Phase Of FAT Village In Fort Lauderdale

In a landmark development for Fort Lauderdale’s urban fabric, a groundbreaking mixed-use project in the downtown area has recently obtained a substantial $220 million construction loan. This crucial funding, provided by Little Rock, Arkansas-based Bank OZK on December 26, is set to support FAT Village Project LLC, a Houston-based real estate development company Hines subsidiary. This development marks a significant step forward for the project, reflecting the burgeoning vitality of Fort Lauderdale’s real estate sector.

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FAT Village. Designed by SB Architects & EDSA, Inc.

Hines Acquires FAT Village Development Assemblage In Fort Lauderdale For Over $57 Million

Houston-based developer Hines has purchased the entire 5.49-acre development assemblage for FAT Village (Flagler. Arts. Technology), a massive 835,000-square-foot mixed-use project proposed for the booming Flagler Village north of Downtown Fort Lauderdale. Originally assembled and proposed by Alan Hoopers’s Urban Street Development, and Tim Petrillo’s Restaurant People, Hines bought the sites from them for $57.41 million. SB Architects and EDSA, Inc, are┬áleading the design for what is to become the largest real estate project in the district, projected to yield 500 residential units, 350,000 square feet of offices, and 71,000 square feet of ground floor retail.

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FAT Village West. Designed by SCB & DLR Group.

Plans Unveiled For FAT Village West In Flagler Village, Fort Lauderdale

Yesterday, YIMBY covered the reveal for the upcoming FAT Village East, a massive development set to rise in Fort Lauderdale. Today we shall cover the western portion of the project known as FAT Village West, a 623,292-square-foot mixed-use project proposed to be built in the F.A.T. Village Thematic District yielding 504 units and 28,540 square feet of commercial space. According to the filing, the development is addressed as 501 Northwest 1st Avenue located in the Flagler Village neighborhood, and is designed by SCB with DLR Group as the architect of record and EDSA, Inc. as the master planner; Urban Street Development and Hines are the developers behind the proposal.

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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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