Ocean Dadeland, LLC, a joint venture partnership between Miami Lakes-based real estate investment firm Florida Value Partners (FVP) and Bay Harbor Islands-based Atlantic Pacific Companies (Atlantic Pacific), filed plans with Miami-Dade County to redevelop 1.02 acres of property at 9180 and 9200 South Dixie Highway in Dadeland. Designed by Coral Gables-based Corwil Architects with Witkin Hults + Partners as the landscape architect, plans call for two connected mixed-use towers of 20 and 25 stories that would collectively yield 780,703 square feet of space including 500 multifamily residential units, 4,851 square feet of ground floor retail, and 668 parking spaces. The towers would rise 318 and 280 feet and would be connected by a bridge designed to provide a free flow of light and air from east to west.
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Another building exceeding the 500-foot mark has been proposed to rise in Fort Lauderdale. Dependable Equities, a Brooklyn, NY-based real estate developer, under the South of River Associates, LLC has filed plans for a second large scale mixed-use project in the city’s Downtown Core. Proposed to rise 563-feet, the sculptural 47-story structure would surpass the current tallest building, 100 Las Olas, and is one of the tallest amongst several other proposals over 500-feet, slated to yield 830 residential units, 12,798 square feet of commercial space and a 9-story parking garage for 951 vehicles integrated into the podium. The project’s design is led by Eran Chen of ODA New York with Flynn Engineering as the civil engineer and Witkin Hults + Partners as the landscape architect.
New renderings have surfaced of The Wynhouse, an 8-story mixed-use development proposed for 2200 Northwest 1st Avenue in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District. Generally referred to as FB Wynwood, the project is designed by Coral Gables-based Nichols Architects with interiors by New York-based Rockwell Group and developed by New York’s Fisher Brothers under the FBWS Development Senior LLC. The Wynhouse is planned to yield approximately 360,394 square feet of space including 308 residential units, 21,605 square feet of ground floor commercial space ,a 4,140-square-foot public paseo, and 122 combined onsite and offsite parking. Miami Lakes-based Langan Engineering is listed as the civil, geotechnical, environmental and traffic engineer. Hollywood-based Witkin Hults + Partners is the landscape architect.
Miami Lakes-based real estate developer and general contracting firm LF Development, through an affiliate entity listed as Combo Group Holdings LLC, filed plans for Fontainebleau Apartments II, a two-towered multifamily development of 10 and 19 stories proposed to rise atop 4.03-acres of backfilled land in Fontainebleau, Florida. Designed by Coral Gables-based Valle Valle & Partners, the property would yield 600 residential units across both towers, a 5,200-square-foot convenience retail component and 957 parking spaces, including 20 handicap spaces and 147 spaces for electric vehicles. Witkin Hults + Partners is the landscape architect, and the engineering team is comprised of Solver Engineering, Zamora & Associates and Fineline Engineers, Inc.
K-A 200 Broward JV LLC, a joint venture by Aimco, a Denver-based multifamily-focused real estate investment and development firm, and Kushner, a New York-based real estate developer, is requesting site plan approvals for 200 West Broward Boulevard, a 48-story, 579-foot-tall mixed-use building proposed for a prime 1.08-acre site along W. Broward Boulevard between Southwest 2nd and 3rd Avenues. This project is designed by local architect Adache Group Architects with landscaping from Witkin Hults + Partners and civil engineering by Flynn Engineering. The 618,084-square-foot tower would sit atop a 305,905-square-foot podium and comprise 430,298 square feet of residential space across 381 units, 7,527 square feet of commercial space, 180,000 square feet of combined amenity, tenant storage and service spaces, and 7 levels of parking for 434 vehicles. The building would become the tallest in Fort Lauderdale if approved and built, surpassing the planned 558-foot-tall 300 W. Broward tower next door, and representing one of four towers in the works for Broward Crossing, a 1,300 unit mixed-use development with office, retail and a potential hotel.