To accommodate South Florida’s growing elderly population, many ventures are underway to provide a solid quality of life to those individuals. One of those ventures is Wellington Bay, a 1.5 million square foot retirement facility coming to Wellington, FL.
What is it about a particular building that encourages someone to want to live there? Perhaps it’s the location? Or maybe it’s the lush amenities offered? It’s a combination of multiple factors such as the locality, design, views, access to public transport or being near man attractions, quality of life, and sometimes even exclusivity. What tends to happen throughout the evolution of the development, in this case, of a condo building, is that during each mass construction cycle, or building boom as some would call it, something changes or the way living is perceived changes…
You’ve never seen a Target or Aldi quite like this––at least in South Florida. Presently, Swerdlow Group is overseeing the development of a mixed-use retail and residential space coming soon Overtown, Miami. Instead of building a one-story, traditional shopping center and residential area, the singular building will tower 19 stories.
Miami-Dade County has received an application requesting for an Administrative Site Plan Review from Sulmona Ventures LLC, who has submitted a proposal to construct 266 affordable housing units, also known as workforce housing, across 2 new mixed-use buildings of 7 and 8 stories in the evolving Naranja district. The project’s title is Waterside for the time being, and is located at 27077 South Dixie Highway, on the corner of SW 145th St. The buildings will be designed by Coral Gables-based Behar Front & Partners, and will eventually rise on 4.78 acres of land encompassing well over 200,000 square feet of total lot area.
Alina Residences is the working name of a $111 million residential complex coming soon to Boca Raton, FL. The development will comprise four buildings and provide about 500 units. Construction began in the first quarter of 2019 and is expected to reach completion within the year or so.