Denver-based real estate developer AIMCO has acquired a 5.7-acre piece of property at 901 North Federal Highway in Flagler Village, Fort Lauderdale, the former Searstown site which once thrived as a retail anchor for the neighborhood, lasting 66 years in business. The previous owner, RK Associates, an affiliate of Sunny Isles Beach-based RK Centers led by Miami Heat co-owner Raanan Katz, sold the site for $64 million. The 155,760-square-foot retail space on-site is slated for demolition and redevelopment.
Lennar Homes hopes to move forward with a new housing development in Homestead, Florida. Meet Altimira. The multi-million-dollar community will offer more than 1,000 homes, including villas, single-family homes, and townhouses.
Trez Capital, a private real estate lender helping to build better communities across North America, funded a $19,050,000 construction loan for The Residences at Town Center, a 5-story boutique luxury condominium project that will rise on the Intracoastal Waterway at 400 150th Avenue in Madeira Beach. The project is the second phase of a broader plan envisioned by the developer. In 2021, Trez Capital closed a $15.61 million construction loan for the first phase, a 38-unit residential project, The Harbor at Town Center, which is 100% sold out and scheduled for delivery to buyers later this summer.
The Enclave at Lakeridge is currently undergoing construction in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The building offers four luxury homes in a three-story building. Plans call for more than 7,000 square feet of new construction, and the venture rests on a .34-acre lot.
Premier developers Related Group (Related) and Integra Investments (Integra), along with leading brokerage ONE Sotheby’s International Realty, have officially begun sales on ‘The William’ tower at the highly anticipated two-towered St. Regis Residences Miami in Brickell. The 183-unit high-rise will immerse buyers in unmatched service and design, with amenities hand-curated by the world-renown St. Regis team, and architecture and interiors spearheaded by Robert A.M. Stern Architects (RAMSA) and Rockwell Group, respectively.