The Federal Aviation Administration has approved permits for work on 501 First Residences, a 40-story residential building under construction at 501 Northeast 1st Avenue in Downtown Miami. Designed by Revuelta Architecture International and developed by Aria Development Group with AQARAT, the building will have over 400,000 square feet of space, including 448 fully-furnished luxury condominium units featuring interiors by Shim Projects and 3,127 square feet of commercial space. Beauchamp Construction is serving as the general contractor.
Construction’s finishing up on Resia Pine Ridge, an affordable multifamily housing development in Palm Beach County, Florida. The community comprises 288 apartments, making it the area’s largest workforce housing complex. It appears to be a garden-style community.
FAA Building permits have been issued for work on 488 Residences at Riverwalk, a 38-story mixed-use building planned for 488 Southwest 1st Avenue in the Tarpon River neighborhood of Fort Lauderdale’s downtown corridor. Located one block south of the New River and bound by Southwest 5th Street on the south, plans for the 26,291-square foot property call for a 580,873-square-foot structure containing 362 dwelling units, around 6,000 square feet of retail space, and 363 parking spaces. Built Form and Tabanlıoğlu Architects designed the current publicly known iteration of the building. The developer is an entity linked to Colorado-based real estate investment trust UDR, Inc., which purchased the development from Ellis Diversified, Inc. in 2022 for $16 million.
Wellington Equestrian Partners officially has two residential plans in the works: the Estates at Equestrian Village and the Lagoon at Equestrian Village. Here’s what to know about both.
Tate Capital, Rok Enterprises Inc., and Related Group (Related) have finalized a joint venture agreement to co-develop the new master site plan for the much-awaited Bahia Mar mixed-use complex in Fort Lauderdale. As part of the joint venture, the parties will work in lockstep with the internationally acclaimed architecture firm Arquitectonica to reimagine the project to address the needs directly and wants of the Fort Lauderdale community. This includes specific accommodations for the long-term hosting of the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS).