Kolter Urban

Additional Rendering, Diagrams And Site Plan Details Unveiled For 633-Foot-Tall One Tampa

Just recently, YIMBY covered the unveiling of One Tampa, a 54-story mixed-use skyscraper proposed to become the city’s tallest building by Kolter Urban (Kolter) for 507  North Ashley Drive in Downtown Tampa. Design District Review (DDR) permits have officially been filed with Tampa’s planning and permitting department, revealing specific details of the project that were unknown to us in the previous article. The project includes the construction of 311-unit condominium/multi-family units with an associated leasing office/lounge, amenities, and a 4,850-square-foot-restaurant or retail space. One Tampa would rise roughly 633-feet, swiftly surpassing the current tallest building, the 42-story, 579-foot-tall 100 North Tampa.

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Kolter Urban’s 55-Story ‘One Tampa’ To Become Tampa’s Tallest Building At 630-Feet.

Renderings have surfaced of Tampa’s next tallest building, the approximately 630-foot-tall One Tampa. The mixed-use project is being developed by Kolter Urban (Kolter) and would span 55-stories above Downtown Tampa, comprising 311 condominium units as well as ground floor commercial spaces. One Tampa would surpass the city’s current tallest building, the 579-foot-tall 100 North Tampa, and would become the first building to breach the 600-foot mark on Florida’s west coast.

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Sales Launch For Kolter Urban’s 42-Story Art House At 200 Central Avenue In St. Petersburg

Palm Beach-based real estate development and investment firm Kolter Urban announces the launch of sales at Art House St. Petersburg, a 42-story luxury condominium development located at 200 Central Avenue in the heart of Downtown St. Petersburg. Designed by SB Architects with interiors by ID & Design International, the 450-foot-tall residential tower will become one of the tallest in the city and include 244 spacious, luxury residences with several unique floor plans and three floors of penthouses. Art House will showcase an impressive collection of private resident amenities, an architecturally striking covered entry with a three-story 28-foot arrival plaza, approximately 6,000 square feet of street-level retail/restaurant space with frontage on Central Avenue and a 482-space parking garage. 

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200 Central Avenue. Designed by SB Architects

Kolter Group Plans Another 41-Story Luxury Condo Tower In Downtown St. Petersburg

The developer behind two of St. Petersburg tallest towers, the 41-story One St. Petersburg and the under construction 35-story Saltaire, has announced plans to develop yet another project that is to fall within the ranks of the city’s tallest. Delray Beach-based Kolter Group is proposing a 41-story mixed-use building nearby at 200 Central Avenue, designed by SB Architects, the same architect that designed the aforementioned developments. The structure is projected to rise 450-feet, topped with a 30-foot-tall decorative crown, and yield 248 residential units, 6,100 square feet of ground floor retail, and 482 parking spaces. 

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Selene Oceanfront Residences. Rendering courtesy of Evolution Virtual.

An In-Depth Look At The Design Of Kobi Karp’s 26-Story Selene Oceanfront Residences Planned For Fort Lauderdale Beach

YIMBY spotted a new series of exterior and interior renderings depicting Selene Oceanfront Residences, Kobi Karp’s upcoming two-tower luxury residential development at 151 North Seabreeze Boulevard in Central Beach, Fort Lauderdale. The slender curved glass-clad structures are slated to rise 26-stories each, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway, nestled in between Alhambra Street and Sebastian Street on the north and south and North Birch Road to the west. Palm Beach County-based Kolter Urban is developing the 196-unit project, which is expected to break ground this November and projecting to yield sprawling two and three-bedroom for-sale residences, an opulent outdoor amenity deck and a 5300-square-foot oceanfront restaurant venue. At 300-feet above sea level, the pair of towers will become the tallest structures along Fort Lauderdale Beach.

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