Construction financing has been attained for Fort Lauderdale’s upcoming second tallest tower RD Las Olas, a 47-story mixed-use building planned to rise 494-feet above ground, or 499-feet above sea level, addressed as 201 South Federal Highway and 227 South Federal Highway in Las Olas. Bank Of America is providing an $84 million loan to prominent Coconut Grove-based developer the Related Group, working under an affiliate company referred to as RD East Las Olas LLC, to build the tower. CFE Architects is listed as the design architect, with Moriarty Construction as the general contractor.
Electronic Arts (EA), the video game developer behind the Sims, Apex Legends, and the Madden series, has a new headquarters planned for Orlando, FL. The $21 million building began construction in May 2020 and will complete later this year.
Conceptual renderings have been revealed for the Jacksonville Jaguars Football Performance Center proposed for Jacksonville’s Sports and Entertainment District. The reveal is part of the August 12, 2021 Agenda for the city’s Downtown Development Review Board, in which the plan calls for the construction of an approximately 127,087-square-foot facility designed by Rossetti Architects. The application was filed by Cyndy Trimmer of Driver, McAfee, Hawthorne & Diebenow, PLLC, and is seeking approval from the review board. Jacksonville Jaguars, LLC and the City of Jacksonville are co-developing the project.
Keys Lake will include 250 multi-family town homes, each measuring two stories above grade. The largest units comprise 1,988 square feet, including four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms.
The Federal Aviation Administration has received an application for permission to construct a 1,049-foot-tall structure at 1428 Brickell Avenue in Downtown Miami. The property sits at the intersection between Brickell Avenue and Southeast 14th Terrace, just across the street from the Four Seasons Residences Miami. The current owner of the site is Miami-based real estate developer Ytech, listed as Ytech 1428 Brickell LLC according to the public records, who purchased the site back in January of 2017 for just over $26 million from The Taplin Company LTD.