Forte Luxe is a high-end residential community in the works for South Florida. The complex will comprise 15 townhomes, measuring about 3,500 square feet to 5,000 square feet each. They range from three-bedroom to four-bedroom units, per Forte Luxe’s website.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued both building and tower crane permits for work on One Park Tower, a 32-story luxury residential building located within the multi-billion dollar, 184-acre master-planned community of SoLé Mia in the heart of North Miami. Designed by Arquitectonica and developed by Turnberry Associates (Turnberry) in partnership with Rosso Development (Rosso), the condominium tower will contain 303 bespoke residences featuring interiors by Meyer Davis, overlooking a seven-acre Crystal Lagoon, surrounded by pristine landscaping designed by Enzo Enea. Residences will come in one-, two-, and three-bedroom floorplans, plus a collection of penthouses, and additionally offer stunning views of the Oleta River State Park, Biscayne Bay, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Miami city skyline.
Trammel Crow Residential recently got approval for a seven-story mixed-use project in St. Petersburg, Florida. It’s called “Alexan 1700.” The complex would offer 267 residential units.
Coastal Construction has been selected as the general contractor for a 35-story mixed-use development at 505 East Tyler Sreet in Downtown Tampa. Designed by Arquitectonica and developed by Cantor Silverstein Opportunity Zone Trust, Inc., a Qualified Opportunity Fund and joint venture partnership between New York-based developer Silverstein Properties and financial firm Cantor Fitzgerald L.P., the approximate 363-foot-tall tower will yield 770,000 square feet of space including 450 apartments, amenities such as an outdoor pool, tenant lounges with workspaces, and a state-of-the-art fitness center, over 9,000 square feet of ground floor retail space, and 500 parking spots. Groundbreaking is expected in later 2023/early 2024, with completion in 2026.
Spyke’s Grove, an agricultural facility in Davie, Florida, will soon make way for a multifamily residential community. The complex will offer 86 homes, a mix of single-family houses and townhomes.