Fort Lauderdale Downtown Development Authority To Partner With City To Reimagine Huizenga Park Through A $5 Million City Contribution

The Fort Lauderdale Downtown Development Authority (DDA) is pleased to announce the City of Fort Lauderdale’s commitment of  $5 million to the reimagining of Huizenga Park through a unanimous vote by the City Commission. These funds from the City of Fort Lauderdale, in addition to $950,000 recently committed by the State of Florida, will contribute towards the $15 million transformation of more than three acres of DDA and City-owned property into Downtown Fort Lauderdale’s signature gathering space. 

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Artist Michele Oka Doner And Artaic Collaborate On Public Art Display At FIU In Miami

American artist Michele Oka Doner and Charlestown, Massachusetts-based mosaic manufacturer Artaic recently collaborated on a new public art display at Florida International University in Miami. The art piece, titled “The Third Day’, is on display along the exterior façade of the university’s Academic Health Center 4, a 6-story, 137,000-square-foot cast-in-place facility designed by Perkins+Will and constructed by DPR Construction. The stunning mosaic mural can be seen at a prime focal point on campus, located on the northern ground floor frontage of the building along University Drive with East Campus Circle.

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The Fort Lauderdale Downtown Development Authority Reveals Plans For Reimagined Huizenga Plaza

The Fort Lauderdale Downtown Development Authority (DDA) has selected Chicago-based Perkins&Will, a globally renowned architectural design firm, to redesign Huizenga Plaza, a 2.1-acre riverfront park addressed as 32 East Las Olas Boulevard in the heart of Downtown Fort Lauderdale. Located beneath South Andrews Avenue and Southeast 1st Avenue, the park is a staple landmark of Downtown Fort Lauderdale’s urban core, with direct access to Riverwalk North and the New River. The DDA plans to have the park transformed in a way that will better connect with the needs of the city’s residents, workers and visitors, today and for future generations to come.

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Goldman Properties Plans 9-Story Glass Office Building With 140,000 Square Feet In Wynwood, Miami

Miami-based creative real estate developer Goldman Properties (Goldman) has announced plans for Core Wynwood, a 9-story office building set to be constructed at 391 Northwest 25th Street in Wynwood, Miami. Located between Northwest 24th and 25th Streets with Northwest 5th Avenue on the West, the interior lots encompass additional addresses including 376 + 390 Northwest 25th Street and 373 + 375 Northwest 24th Street, spanning just over 28,000 square feet in total floor area; 2425 Ltd., an affiliate of Goldman, has owned the properties since 2003. The building is designed by Perkins&Will and will include 140,000 square feet of space including 115,000 designated for office space, 9,000 square feet of ground floor retail, and 116 parking spaces integrated into the podium. 

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Riverfront Plaza (FKA Landing). Designed by Perkins&Will.

Perkins&Will’s ‘One Park Jax’ Wins Design Competition For Riverfront Plaza (FKA Landing) In Jacksonville

Chicago-based architectural firm Perkins&Will has been selected as the winner of the City of Jacksonville Riverfront Plaza (FKA The Landing) Design Competition. The City’s Professional Services Evaluation Committee (PSEC) announced the winner on July 22nd during its Special PSEC meeting, deeming them as the highest scorer of the three competitors. The winner was up against Agency Landscape + Planning and OLIN, winning by a small margin.

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