Fort Lauderdale

Plans Filed For Low-Rise Mixed-Use Developent At 1102 NW 6th Street In Dorsey Riverbend, Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale’s Development Review Committee is scheduled to review a new proposal by ILFC Corp, led by Gonzalo Sanchez, for a mixed-use development named DL-Design, located at 1102 NW 6th Street in the Dorsey Riverbend area, on May 28. The project, designed to rise four stories to a height of 49 feet, aims to transform a currently vacant 6,342-square-foot lot into a vibrant urban space combining residential and commercial uses. The application is represented by Yanina Mauro of Red Octopus LLC. JCM Consultants, LLC is the civil engineer, and Kimley-Horn is the traffic engineer.

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New York Developer Proposes Cantilevering 22-Story Condo Tower At 2317 N Ocean Boulevard In Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale’s Development Review Committee is set to review a Site Plan Level III application for The Amalfi, a 22-story luxury condominium tower designed by Kobi Karp Architecture and proposed by Baldwin, New York-based Moore Group Corporation. Located at 2317 North Ocean Boulevard, the project will offer 38 residential units and amenities within a 0.84-acre property strategically positioned between the Intercoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean. This prime location within the vibrant Central Beach neighborhood, encompassing five lots assembled by the developer for $5.54 million between 2021 and 2022, leverages scenic vistas and accessibility to enhance its residential appeal. The committee is scheduled to consider plans on May 28.

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Developer Proposes 48-Story Apartment Tower At 203 NE 3rd Street In Fort Lauderdale

3rd Street Capital 203-215 Propco, LLC, an affiliate of Secaucus, New Jersey-based National Realty Investment Advisors (NRIA), has filed plans for a 48-story apartment tower with ground-floor commercial space at 203 Northeast 3rd Street in Fort Lauderdale. Proposed to rise on a 0.66-acre site comprising four vacant land parcels west of NE 3rd Avenue and east of North Andrews Avenue within the Downtown Regional Activity Center, the 520-foot-tall structure would yield 731,963 gross square feet, including 429 apartments, a 2,711-square-foot restaurant, and 432 parking spaces. FSMY Architects + Planners is the architect, and Architectural Alliance Lan dscape is the landscape architect. Fort Lauderdale’s Development Review Committee is now considering plans originally scheduled for review on May 14.

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Developer Proposes 19-Story Intracoastal-Facing Condo Tower At 3000 East Oakland Park Boulevard In Fort Lauderdale

Claridge Homes, based in Ottawa, Canada, and led by Bill Malhotra, has proposed a new condominium development along the Intracoastal Waterway in Fort Lauderdale. The city’s Development Review Committee will review plans for 3000 Waterside at 3000 East Oakland Park Boulevard today. Claridge Homes 3000 Waterside, an affiliate of the Canadian developer, acquired the 2.16-acre property for $12.5 million in 2022 and later demolished an office building on the site. FSMY Architects + Planners is the architect and Barranco – RLA is the landscape architect for the project.

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46-Story Tower Designed By FSMY Architects + Planners Proposed For 100 NW 7th Avenue In Fort Lauderdale

On April 23, the Development Review Committee in Fort Lauderdale began reviewing plans for a new 46-story multi-family development at 100 Northwest 7th Avenue, situated just a few blocks east of Brightline’s Fort Lauderdale Station. The project, designed by Josh Bailey of the local architecture firm FSMY Architects & Planners and developed by Miller Property Invest and Bellissima Real Estate—both managed by Sidney Miller and family—proposes a 540-foot-tall structure to rise on currently vacant land parcels. The development is planned to encompass a total floor area ratio (F.A.R.) of 475,537 square feet, which includes 288 apartments, 2,032 square feet of retail space, and 290 parking spaces. KEITH has been appointed as the project’s landscape architect and civil engineer.

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