Architectural Alliance Landscape

The Benjamin Companies Proposes Mixed-Use Development With Two 30-Story Towers For 777 SE 3rd Avenue In Downtown Fort Lauderdale

Site plans have been filed for The Benjamin, a 30-story, tw0-tower mixed-use development proposed for 777 Southeast 3rd Avenue in Downtown Fort Lauderdale. Designed by FSMY Architects + Planners for New York-Based developer The Benjamin Companies, the massive 1,170,112-square-foot superstructure would top off at approximately 341 feet and yield 542 residential units, 13,764 square feet of commercial space and 801 parking spaces. Architectural Alliance Landscape is serving as the landscape architect, Botel Thurlow Engineering is the civil engineer and Michael S. Wiener is the land use attorney. Fort Lauderdale’s Development Review Committee will consider plans for The Benjamin this upcoming Tuesday, August 23rd. 

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Aerial View - 745 North Andrews Avenue. Credit: Dorsky + Yue International.

CEDARst Companies Proposes 12-Story Mixed-Use Development For 745 N. Andrews Avenue In Progresso Village, Fort Lauderdale

Development plans have been filed for 745 North Andrews Avenue, a 12-story mixed-use building proposed for a 1.46-acre property bound by Northwest 8th Street and Northwest 1st Avenue in Progresso Village, Fort Lauderdale. Designed by local architect Dorsky + Yue International Architecture for Chicago-based developer CEDARst Companies, plans for the 130-foot-tall development include 369,622 square feet of space comprising 220 residential units, 5,783 square feet of ground floor commercial space and an integrated 354-space parking garage. The application was scheduled for review on July 12, 2022 by the city’s Development Review Committee, which lists Lochrie & Chakas, P.A. as the land use attorney, Architectural Alliance Landscape as the landscape architect and Flynn Engineering Services, P.A. as the civil engineer. 

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Plans Filed For 30-Story Flagler Sky View With 270 Residential Units At 501 NE 4th Street In Fort Lauderdale

Sites plans for a 30-story multifamily mixed-use building have been filed with Fort Lauderdale’s Development Review Committee (DRC) addressed as 501 Northeast 4th Street in the city’s Downtown Core. The building would rise approximately 380-feet tall and would yield 441,654 square feet of space including 270 residential units and 2,680 square feet of ground floor retail space. The project is designed by Fort Lauderdale’s very own FSMY Architects + Planners and is being proposed for development by Mainstreet NCC Flagler LLC, an entity managed by Paul J. Kilgallon of Mainstreet Capital Partners (Mainstreet). The project is currently dubbed Flagler Sky View, and was scheduled for review on June 14, 2022.

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Miami-Dade County Planners To Review Plans For 36-Story ‘Block 45’ Development In The Overtown District

Atlantic Pacific Communities has filed an application for an Administrative Site Plan Review (ASPR) with Miami-Dade County in connection to Block 45, a 36-story transit oriented mixed-use building planned for a vacant 1.89-acre development site addressed as 152 Northwest 8th Street in Miami’s Overtown district. The project already has a handful of approvals from several governing bodies including a final site plan approval from the City of Miami and FAA approvals for a 395-foot-tall structure. Block 45 is designed by Corwil Architects with Architectural Alliance Landscape as the landscape architect and Kimley-Horn as the civil engineer. Plans for the tower include 616 residential units, of which 98 are micro units, 24,865 square feet of retail and 605 parking spaces.

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Atlantic Pacific Communities Seeks Site Plan Approval For 36-Story Mixed-Use Building In Overtown, Miami

Miami-based real estate developer Atlantic Pacific Communities seeks site plan approvals from Miami-Dade County planners for Block 45, a transit-oriented 36-story mixed-use building planned for 152 Northwest 8th Street in Miami’s Overtown District. The project attained approvals from the City of Miami back in March 2020, but under the County’s Historic Overtown/Lyric Theatre Station Subzone regulations, a Pre-Application Meeting and Administrative Site Plan Review of the project is required. The building is designed by Coral Gables-based Corwil Architects with landscaping by Fort Lauderdale-based Architectural Alliance Landscape, and is proposed to include 616 residential units, 24,865 square feet of retail and 605 parking spaces. The application was filed on February 21, 2022.

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