Miami’s Urban Development Review Board has unanimously approved 7737 Northeast 2nd Avenue, an unnamed 12-story mixed-use development in the city’s Little River neighborhood. Designed by ODP Architecture & Design, with Kimley-Horn serving as both the landscape architect and civil engineer, and developed by Little River Cedar Property Owner, LLC, an affiliate of Chicago-based developer Cedar Street, the 159-foot-tall structure will contain over 200,000 square feet of floor area. This space will include 188 residential units, approximately 7,668 square feet of ground-floor retail space, and 289 on-site parking spaces. Osborn Engineering is the structural and MEP engineer, while SLS Consulting is the life safety consultant.
Construction has commenced on Catchlight Crossings, an affordable and mixed-income housing community in Orlando, Florida, marked by Universal Destinations & Experiences and developed by Wendover Housing Partners. This project, spanning 20 acres of land donated by Housing for Tomorrow (Universal’s not-for-profit initiative), aims to address the need for affordable housing in Central Florida.
Dream Outdoor Resort Callahan is undergoing construction in North Florida. The venture is part of developer’s DLP Capital’s collection of Dream Outdoor Resorts. Per the Jacksonville Business Journal, Dream Outdoor Resort Callahan will span 265 acres and host 397 RV pads.
An affiliate of AMFP VI Saint Petersburg LLC intends to move forward with a high-rise mixed-usel development. The proposed 21-story tower will comprise 292 market-rate units and rest on a .78-acre parcel. It’s currently vacant.
St. Petersburg’s getting a new housing development. Strum Place will comprise nine three-story townhomes, with residences measuring 2,040 square feet each.