USAA Real Estate and Seefried Industrial Properties have completed site work and started to pour the slab and walls at Kings Logistics Center, one of the largest and most significant speculative industrial developments with available space in the South Florida market. The 664,176-square-foot Class A industrial park is just off Interstate 95 at Orange Avenue/SR-68 in Fort Pierce, Florida. Kings Logistics Center will be one of only a few industrial distribution centers located along I-95 between Daytona and Jacksonville. The property is scheduled to complete construction in February 2023.
Mount Dora, Florida, will soon be home to the Cottages on 11th, a 10.80-acre community featuring 27 single-family homes. Cottages begin in the $700,000s, while homesites start in the $200,000. The lots measure at least 6,000 square feet each. The cottages themselves measure at least 1,600 square feet.
YIMBY has the latest interior renderings of EDITION Residences, Miami Edgewater, a 55-story bayfront luxury condominium building planned to rise at 2121 North Bayshore Drive in Edgewater, one of Miami’s premier neighborhoods for luxury high-rise living. Designed by visionary architect Bernardo Fort-Brescia, founder of Arquitectonica, with acclaimed interiors by Studio Munge led by Alessandro Munge, the soaring 649-foot-tall sleek glass tower will comprise 185 bespoke homes and boast over 800 linear feet of bay frontage and uphold the quality of design, services, and amenities, signature to the EDITION brand. Construction is slated to begin in the Summer of 2023, with an estimated delivery timeframe of 36 months.
Palm Beach County will soon be home to the Reserve at Atlantic, a mixed-use development resting on a 39.8-acre build site. The land was formerly used for agricultural purposes. The Palm Beach Post reports that the development will comprise at least 450 homes––over 100 of which are set aside as workforce housing.
Intercity rail provider Brightline and its contractor Lemartec have topped off the Aventura Station. This topping-off marks the completion of vertical construction. The topping-off occurred in the early morning of October 8 and consisted of putting a 131-foot long, 68-ton pedestrian sky bridge on two 41-foot-high vertical transportation towers over 90 minutes. Stretching across Harriet Tubman Highway (formally known as West Dixie Highway), the sky bridge is the final piece of the Aventura station’s structure and connects the station to the platform.