Las Olas in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, has a long-standing reputation of being a hub for art, culture, food, and music. Riverwalk Residences, an upcoming multi-story development, will supply housing to seniors seeking luxurious, fun-in-the-sun living….
The Development Review Committee of Fort Lauderdale is currently reviewing a proposal for the development of a multi-story mixed-use building named AVIVA On The River in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The 0.80 acre property is located at 501 Southeast 6th Avenue in the scenic Rio Vista neighborhood in Downtown Fort Lauderdale, just west of the Tarpon River Tunnel entrance from South Federal Highway. The owner of the application is Edgewater House Condominium Association Inc., an affiliate of prolific Fort Lauderdale developer Ocean Land Investments Inc. Idea Architect is responsible for the design.
St. Thomas University, a private Catholic university in Opa-Locka North, Miami Gardens, FL, is slated to receive a new residence hall.
Plans have been submitted for 317 North Federal Highway, a pair of rental skyscrapers in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Located between Northeast 3rd and Northeast 4th Streets across from The Dalmar Fort Lauderdale, the two towers are expected to rise approximately 498 feet tall and 45 stories, and 453 feet tall and 42 stories. The current site is occupied by an active Greyhound Bus station. Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates, Inc. is the architect behind the design of the towers. Merrimac Ventures is the owner of the application.
For the past few years, Berger Commercial Realty, in partnership with Hernandez Construction, has been developing over 33 acres of lands for commercial use. Located off I-595, the completed project is expected to be over 677,314 square feet.