ANF Group, Inc., a full-service construction firm providing construction management, general contracting, development, and design-build services to the South Florida market, has announced the topping out of The Kavista, a 282-unit, eight-story residential development designed by Modis Architects located in the Village of El Portal neighborhood in Miami-Dade County. JLL Capital Markets arranged construction financing for The Kavista; Trez Capital originated the $60 million construction loan. JGR Construction is the structural contractor.
A Tao-branded hotel is coming to Orlando, Florida. The $175 million venture is expected to finish construction in 2025. According to PR Newswire, the venture will serve as an anchor for the upcoming O-Town West, a 350-acre mixed-use project.
Exterior work is wrapping up on Wynwood 29, a mixed-use development of 8 and 12 stories under construction at 2828 Northwest 1st Avenue in Wynwood, Miami. Designed by Arquitectonica and developed by a joint venture partnership between Related Group and Metro 1, the 722,696-square-foot project is comprised of two separate buildings that will have 248 apartments, 27,500 square feet of retail, and 281 parking spaces. Beauchamp Construction is the general contractor with AG Contractors as the shell contractor, and Johnson, Avedano, Lopez, Rodriguez & Walewski Engineering Group, Inc. (JALRW Engineering Group) is serving as the MEP engineer.
Element Melbourne Beach has officially broken ground in Melbourne, Florida. It’s the first hotel under the Marriott brand on the Space Coast, according to citybiz. The 130-key hotel will rest on a 2.56-acre parcel.
Plans have been filed for Nautica Hotel and Residences, a massive multi-towered mixed-use complex proposed for a 3.82-acre development site south of Fort Lauderdale’s New River, nestled in between Southwest 3rd Avenue on the north, Southwest Flagler Avenue on the south and Southwest 5th Street on the west. Designed by Arquitectonica with landscape architecture by ESDA, Inc. and developed by Cymbal DLT Companies, the project calls for three towers yielding nearly 2 million square feet of space, including a 32-story hotel with 148 keys, a 50-story condominium with 241 units, and a 39-story rental tower with 454 units. Langan Engineering is the civil engineer, Traf Tech Engineer is the traffic engineer, and Toothaker is the land use attorney for the proposed development, which encompasses properties addressed as 400, 420 Southwest 3rd Avenue and 201 Southwest 5th Street in the Tarpon River neighborhood of the Downtown corridor.