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Mixed-Use Project Proposal in Downtown Pompano Beach Submitted for Review

An application for a mixed-use project in Downtown Pompano, known as Patagonia, has been submitted for review by the city’s Development Review Committee on July 3. The project, proposed by the Pompano Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) in collaboration with developers Frank Gotsman of Hadar Homes and Invest Capital Group under the ICG CGP 58, LLC, is set to be built on 1.26 acres owned by the CRA. The site is on both sides of Northwest Seventh Avenue, north of Martin Luther King Boulevard and a block north of Atlantic Boulevard.

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Developer Seeks Design Approval For 5-Story Condo Project At 1940 Bay Drive In Miami Beach

1940 Apartments LLC, a Sunny Isles Beach-based entity led by Erwin Sredni, Jonatan Sredni, and Scott Albus, has submitted plans for a transformative 5-story multi-family residential project at 1940 Bay Drive in the Normandy Isle area of Miami Beach. Envisioned by Revuelta Architecture International, with Gardner + Semler taking the helm for landscape architecture, the proposed 55-foot-tall structure is set to replace the existing 23-unit apartment complex, introducing 12 modern condominium units running from 2,807 to 3,019 square feet to the locale. The Design Review Board of Miami Beach will review the submitted plans today.

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29-Story ‘Urban Infill’ Mixed-Use Development Filed With Miami-Dade County, Featuring Updated Design And Height Increase

Rockville Hospitality, LLC has recently submitted updated plans to Miami-Dade County planners, showcasing their vision for a 29-story urban infill, mixed-use development at 296 Southwest 7th Street in Brickell. Designed by Beilinson Gomez Architects P.A. with landscape design by Gardner + Semler Design Landscape Architecture, the approximately 308-foot-tall structure aims to offer 669,844 square feet of floor area, providing a total of 514 dwelling units, over 37,000 square feet of retail space, and 600 onsite parking spaces. With a focus on enhancing mobility through internal drives and beautifying the pedestrian environment, the development aims to reduce the adverse effects of urban sprawl while adding valuable density to the urban landscape. These updated details and design improvements build upon the initial UDRB filing for the project earlier this year.

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