Legacy Groves is an emerging residential development in Nokomis, Florida. SRQ Magazine reports that the community will comprise 138 homes, including single-family homes and twin villas. Villas start at $400,000, while the single-family households start at $500,000s.
New York-based Westpine Partners has applied for building permits with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and has requested an Administrative Site Plan Review (ASPR) with Miami-Dade County planners for Westpine, a 42-story mixed-use project located at 180 Southwest 9th Street on the western side of Miami’s Brickell neighborhood. The FAA filing shows the developer seeks permission to build a 499-foot-tall structure. The application for ASPR indicates the building would comprise 327,837 square feet of space, including 328 residential units, a ground-floor retail space of roughly 1,155 square feet, approximately 13,850 square feet of open space, and 300 parking spots, all in compliance with the development standards of the Rapid Transit Zone in the Metromover Subzone. Behar Font & Partners is the architect, and Walk Landscape + Urban Design is the landscape architect.
Sycamore Orlando Resort’s first phase is nearing completion in Central Florida. The upscale luxury apartments range from one-bedroom to three-bedroom suites. The resort itself will comprise six seven-story towers, with eight to 10 units on each floor.
Clara Homes, a Miami-based real estate firm specializing in residential and commercial development, custom single-family homes, and operations oversight, has announced closing a $26 million construction loan financed by Maxim Capital for Clara Bay Harbor. This three-building residential development, designed by S & E Architects, Inc. with Langan Engineering & Environmental Services as the civil engineer, will feature 150 residences and amenities. Clara Bay Harbor’s first building is slated to break ground this March, with completion anticipated for Spring/Summer 2024, and the entire master plan is expected to be completed by the end of 2025.
The University of Miami Health System (UHealth) has big plans for a six-story healthcare facility in Doral, Florida. It’s called “UHealth at Doral.”