YIMBY recently covered the announcement of the official opening of Strategic Property Partners (SPP) Thousand & One, a 20-story Class-A commercial office tower located at 1001 Water Street within the 56-acre – $3.5 billion Water Street Tampa mega-development in Downtown Tampa. The building is designed by New York City’s COOKFOX Architects, and yields 375,000 square feet of office space and 12,000 square feet of ground-floor retail, being the first trophy office tower to rise in the city in nearly 30 years. Let’s take a closer look into the details in the architecture and exterior characteristics.
Society Wynwood, a 10-story mixed-use development proposed for 2431 Northwest 2nd Avenue, is taking a major step forward in the Wynwood Arts District. Developers Property Markets Group (PMG) and Greybrook Realty Partners have landed a financing deal of $142.3 million for vertical construction of the 318-unit project, which broke ground earlier this year. The financing will be provided by Pacific Western Bank and Square Mile Capital, marking the third Society-branded project for South Florida. MKDA is listed as the architect with Moriarty Construction as the general contractor.
Sunset at Casa Del Mar is a luxury gated community coming soon to Fort Myers, FL. The $23 million complex will comprise 114 townhomes.
Construction work is nearing completion as the final touches are underway on Cora, a 23-story residential building located at 1011 East Cumberland Avenue within Phase 1 of the 56-acre Water Street Tampa development. Developed by Strategic Property Partners (SPP), the 283-foot-tall structure will bring 388 high-end rental units to Tampa’s real estate market, featuring thoughtfully-designed interiors by Edit Lab at Streetsense. New York City-based COOKFOX Architects is responsible for the design of the tower along with ODP Architecture & Design as the architect of record.
Designs are being reviewed by Pompano Beach’s Development Review Committee for an 8-story mixed-use building proposed for 400 East Atlantic Avenue. Rising approximately 80-feet, the building is designed by renown architect Arquitectonica and developed by Atlantic Estate LLC. The property was purchased by the developer for $3.3 million in November of 2020, which sits just north of a narrow water canal and is about 2.4 miles west of Pompano Beach Pier. Plans call for a 334,442-square-foot structure yielding 204 residential units, 2,723 square feet of retail, 2,486 square feet of amenities and a garage of 260 parking spaces.