Coconut Grove-based Housing Trust Group has submitted plans to the Development Review Committee of Fort Lauderdale seeking approvals for Mount Hermon Apartments, a 7-story multi-unit apartment complex planned to rise 65-feet on property addressed as 750 Northwest 4th Street in the Dorsey Riverbend neighborhood of Fort Lauderdale. The interior lot has approximately 280-feet of frontage along NW 8th Ave., with 125-feet of frontage on NW 3rd St. and 200-feet of frontage on NW 4th St., located across the street from Mt Hermon AME Church.
Construction on One River Point has been delayed yet again, according to the Construction Journal. The $210 million residential space made it past the initial design phase only to be stalled due to undisclosed factors. The project has been in the works since 2015.
Renderings, plans and diagrams have been revealed in an application filing to Fort Lauderdale’s Development Review Committee seeking approvals for 509NE3 Condominiums, a 16-story mixed-use building planned for 509 Northeast 3rd Street, hence the name, in the booming Flagler Village district. Designed by Fort Lauderdale-based The Tamara Peacock Company Architects and developed by Brooklyn-based 509 NE 3 LLC, the project will yield 63,203 square feet, including 26 residential units and up to 1000 square feet of commercial space.
It appears that new mid-to-large scale developments are popping up more often towards the southern regions of Miami-Dade County. In Naranja, a community north of the City of Homestead, this happens to the case, where many vacant plots of land are being scooped up for various types of mixed-use pro. Another proposal is currently being reviewed by the Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources seeking approvals for the multi-unit Artisan Pointe, a mixed-use project comprised of three buildings of 4 and 5 stories located at 26115 South Dixie Highway. The owner of the applications is CGarco Investments LLC and designed by Palenzuela & Hevia Design.
The Tampa EDITION will open its doors in the fourth quarter of 2021. The 27-story mixed-use complex will feature 172 hotel rooms and 37 condos. The complex will cost an estimated $3.5 billion to build.