Construction is ongoing on Palmetto Industrial Park, a $229 million venture taking shape in Manatee County, FL. Florida Construction News reports that the general contractor broke ground in Summer 2022.
Boston-based developers The Congress Group and Taurus Investment Holdings, LLC have refiled plans for Civica Center Phase II, a 27-story residential tower proposed for 1050 Northwest 14th Street in the Allapattah neighborhood of Miami. Designed by CUBE3 Architects with Kimley-Horn as the civil engineer and landscape architect, updated plans for the 310-foot-tall structure call for 342 dwelling units ranging from studio through two-bedroom floors plans spanning between 552 to 1,240 square feet and 7-levels of parking for 584 vehicles. Bercow and Radell is the legal representative for the project, which Northwest 14 Street binds to the north, State Road 836 to the south, Northwest 10th Avenue to the east, and Northwest Highland Road to the west.
Sono Development Group is proceeding with The Signature Orlando, a mixed-use high-rise venture in Central Florida. Plans call for a 19-story tower that will comprise 182 residential units, ranging from two-bedroom to four-bedroom apartments.
New York-based real estate development and investment firm SHVO has secured unanimous approval for the revitalization of 407 Lincoln Road into a Class A ultra-luxury office property with an emphasis on high performance and sustainability. Just recently, the Historic Preservation Board reviewed plans for the redevelopment, led by Foster + Partners in collaboration with Kobi Karp Architects, with prominent members of the local community, including Howard Herring, President and Chief Executive Officer of New World Symphony; Lyle Stern, President of Koniver Stern Group; as well as the Miami Design Preservation League and Lincoln Road Business Improvement District, all expressing resounding support for the project.
In 1931, Wedgewood Golf Course was established in Lakeland, Florida. Then, in December 2021, developers purchased the 130-acre site for $4.5 million. Now, according to The Ledger, the site could find new life as a residential community called “Gibson Trails.”