There’s a new German-themed park coming to Central Florida. Krush Brau Park will replace Jungleland Zoo in Kissimmee.
A massive multi-story indoor sports and recreational facility is being planned near Miami’s Dolphin Mall in the Sweetwater neighborhood. Named Destination Sport Miami, the building will span nearly 1 million square feet – soon to become one of the largest sports facilities in North America. The project is being developed by a group of backers lead by Hockey Hall of Famer Bryan Trottier, who signed a land lease for 20-acres with Cimabian Group. Robert Andrus, president of Andrus Architecture, is named as the architect.
Davie, FL, will soon be home to a new hotel called “University Hotel” because of its proximity to local colleges. The hotel will measure five stories above grade.
Two Roads Development and Alpha Blue Ventures have landed a $121.5 million construction loan for the development of Forté, a 24-story waterfront luxury condominium tower anticipated to rise at 1309 South Flagler Drive in West Palm Beach. Designed by Bernardo Fort-Brescia of Arquitectonica, with interiors by Jean-Louis Deniot, the project is planned to yield 41 expansive luxury residences; sales have done exceptionally well with nearly 60% sold prior to commencing construction. Units will come in three-and four-bedroom floor plans ranging from 4,200 to 8,400 square feet, and a six-bedroom penthouse spanning 8,900 square feet, priced from $6.7 million to $30 million.
Construction will start on Silver Beach Industrial Park in December 2021. The project will cost around $40.7 million to complete.