Tech Tower has recently secured approval in Sweetwater, FL. The 23-story apartment building will offer 170 apartments, with 20 percent (34 homes) designated as workforce housing. The building can accommodate up to 678 beds.
Affiliated Development is moving forward with a residential venture in Broward County. At full buildout, the Era Apartments would offer 400 homes, 3,650 square feet of retail, and 549 parking spots. Presently, the Fort Lauderdale-based developer is requesting $5.5 million from the county to include workforce housing as part of the project.
Miami-based real estate development firm Clara Homes, founded by James Curnin, has announced the closure of a $7.7 million deal for a residential development site in Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood. The site at 2601 Northwest 6th Avenue spans 17,000 square feet and is planned for a 154-residence luxury rental building dubbed Clara Wynwood. The building, designed by architect Kobi Karp, is set to include at least 40% affordable workforce housing, aligning with the Live Local Act. Jordan Karp, an independent broker, represented Clara Homes in this transaction, while the seller, men’s clothing wholesaler Austin Burke, was represented by Jeremy S. Larkin and Joseph R. Gallaher.
Serenity Liberty Square is getting the fourth of its nine phases. Our sources indicate that the addition will comprise 193 mixed-income housing units, reserved for those making 30 percent to 80 percent of the area median income (AMI).
Coastline-Nakash Capital Group hopes to move forward with the Eden, a multifamily apartment complex near Miami International Airport. Under the proposal, the Eden would have 720 units, with homes ranging from 491 to 1,483 square feet in size.