Grandview at Bay Beach is halfway to completion in Lee County, FL. The 11-story tower features 58 residences, ranging from 2,400 to 2,900 square feet each. Units come outfitted with open floor plans, private elevators, balconies, and gourmet kitchens. Options range from three- to four-bedroom layout plans.
Renderings from Sieger Suarez Architects have been revealed for two identical towers of 40 and 45 stories proposed as a mixed-use development at 300 and 330 North Andrews Avenue in Downtown Fort Lauderdale. New York City and Fort Lauderdale-based developer BH3 is planning on developing 1,428,920 square feet of space across two 500-foot-tall structures including 612 residential units, 56,317 square feet of commercial space across the first two levels, and a 7-story parking garage with 890 parking spaces. The proposed height for the towers would add them to the ranks of the tallest buildings in Fort Lauderdale if approved. EGS2 Corp is listed as the landscaping architect with Orlando-based Graef as the civil engineer.
In 2019, AHS Residential announced plans to build a 288-unit community in Palm Beach County, FL. Called “AHS Pine Ridge,” the community broke ground in August 2021. Completion’s slated for the first quarter of 2023.
The Federal Aviation Administration received applications seeking approval for a 596-foot-tall structure, or 600-feet above sea level, in Downtown Fort Lauderdale on January 6, 2022. The coordinates listed in the applications indicate the building would be generally located on the southern portion of the city block bound by Southwest 2nd Street (Himmarshee Street) on the South, Southwest 4th Avenue on the West, Nugent Avenue on the East and West Broward Boulevard on the North. The property borders the 4.2-acre development assemblage where Broward Crossing is planned. Four lots included in the assemblage span 76,000 square feet, which includes 111 Southwest 3rd Avenue, 301 and 329 Southwest 2nd Streets, and approximately 125 Southwest 4th Avenue. assemblage where Broward Crossing is planned. Four lots included in the assemblage span 76,000 square feet, which includes 111 Southwest 3rd Avenue, 301 and 329 Southwest 2nd Streets, and approximately 125 Southwest 4th Avenue. Upon approval, this would become Fort Lauderdale’s tallest building.