Mixed Use

Kushner Companies’ Broward Crossing Approved With 4 Towers – 1,300 Units In Fort Lauderdale

Broward Crossing, a 4.2-acre mixed use mega development proposed for Downtown Fort Lauderdale has been approved by the City Commission. The developer behind the application is New York City’s Kushner Companies, who was seeking for a rezoning of the site to expand the city’s high-density zoning district further west. The development sites are located at 200, 300 and 520 West Broward Boulevard, currently occupied by some commercial buildings and outdoor parking lots, and may rise to be one of the city’s tallest towers within close proximity to Fort Lauderdale’s Brightline Station.

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Wynwood Green. Designed by Dorsky + Yue International Architecture.

Exterior Work Begins On Wynwood Green at 90 NW 29th Street In Wynwood, Miami

Exterior work has commenced on Wynwood Green, an 11-story residential building under construction in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District. Designed by Fort Lauderdale-based Dorsky + Yue International Architecture and developed by LMV II Wynwood Holdings LP, an affiliate company of the Lennar Corporation, the 146-foot-tall structure will yield 189 residential units across 152,593 square feet, for an average unit scope of 807 square feet.

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The Chetrit Group Awaits Construction Permits For Kobi Karp-Designed Riverwalk Towers In Miami

New York-based developer The Chetrit Group awaits permitting for their plans to build four 60-story rental skyscrapers along the Miami River. Designed by Kobi Karp, the pending tower cluster titled Miami Riverwalk Towers is addressed as 275 Southwest 6th Street in the north-western perimeters of the Brickell neighborhood, spanning 20 plots of land bounded by SW 3rd Ave. to the west, SW 7th Street to the south, SW 2nd Ave. to the east, and SW 5th Street to the north while also adjacent to the river waterfront and nearby the Interstate-95. 

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Genting Group’s Resorts World Miami Gets FAA Approval For Three Towers At 649-Feet Above Sea Level

The Federal Aviation Administration has approved and cleared the way for three towers at the proposed location for Resorts World Miami, a $3 billion – 13.9-acre mixed-use gaming, hotel and entertainment development along the waterfront in Miami’s Omni District just south of Edgewater. According to to the approval letters, the three structures are approved to rise 642-feet, 643-feet and 645-feet from the ground up, or 649-feet above sea level.

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