Developers hope to move ahead with Aura Cypress Creek, a luxury multifamily housing complex in northern Fort Lauderdale. Per the Sun-Sentinel, the community would offer 340 homes and ground floor commercial space.
A pre-application is now under review for Liberty City Homes, an 8-story fully-affordable workforce housing development proposed for 9601 Northwest 22nd Avenue on the northeast corner lot of the intersection with Northwest 96th Street in the Sierra Nevada subdivision of the West Little River neighborhood. Designed by Emiliano Alberto Orozco and developed by Miami’s Neighborhood Housing Foundation (NHF), the 82-foot-tall building would offer 48 workforce housing units and parking spaces. Steve Blazekovic, Director of the NHF and President of the land-owning entity Alcanzable Inc, is listed as the applicant.
Fort Myers will soon be home to a $90 million multifamily development. Per EIN Presswire, the community will offer 255 homes in a gated community on a 17-acre build site.
The Federal Aviation Administration is currently reviewing building permit applications for Modera South Eola, a 25-story residential building proposed for 270 East Pine Street as a part of The Commons master-planned mixed-use development in Downtown Orlando’s Central Business District. Designed by Bethesda, Maryland-based SK+I Architecture and developed by an entity linked to Orlando-based Mill Creek Residential (Mill Creek), the L-shaped residential tower would comprise 400 multifamily rental units with related amenities, 8,238 square feet of retail space, and an 8-level parking garage with space for 400 vehicles. The Commons is a joint venture partnership between Mill Creek and an entity linked to Charlotte, North Carolina-based Highwoods Properties, Inc. (Highwoods), which is developing the commercial portion of the master plan – a 3-story structure with 100,000 square feet of Class A office space at 115, 155, 191 South Rosalind Avenue.
It’s official: 441 Arthouse is unfolding in Lauderhill, Florida. The mixed-use complex will offer 245 apartments in a five-story building, per the South Florida Business Journal. Homes would measure 700 to 1,300 square feet, offering an array of floorplans.