Alexandra’s Park is a new housing development slated for Callaway, Florida. The residential development will reach completion in three phases, offering 341 single-family homes. The build site itself measures more than 70 acres, and the homes will rest on lots measuring 50 feet to 60 feet.
Brightline, the only provider of modern, eco-friendly, intercity rail in America, along with its contractor Kaufman Lynn, recently hosted the “topping-off” ceremony for its Boca Raton station and parking garage located at 101 Northwest 4th Street. Brightline’s president, Patrick Goddard, was joined by Boca Raton Mayor Scott Singer, Kaufman Lynn Construction Senior Vice President Garrett Southern, and city council members. The event signifies a milestone event as the vertical and structural work has been completed and the focus now shifts towards completing the interiors. The Topping Off event will be commemorated with a ceremonial signing of a beam inside the train station.
River Landing Shops & Residences, a 2.2 million-square-foot mixed-use development at 1400 Northwest North River Drive in Allapatah, has launched Capsule, an innovative retail space for emerging brands to showcase specialty hand-picked merchandise, providing access to amenities such as dressing rooms, WIFI, ambient music and private restrooms at an affordable cost with flexible lease terms. Capsule connects customers in the community with items they can’t find anywhere else. The unique brick-and-mortar platform offers brands a traditional retail environment while allowing shoppers to support local women-owned businesses offering diverse selections of curated fashion and home goods under one roof. The 4,000-square-foot space is home to 20 highly curated local businesses.
Registry on Grass Lake could start construction later this year in December. The development will be located in Winter Park in close proximity to Walt Disney World Resort. The $68.4 million housing complex will offer 320 apartments divided among two five-story buildings.
Suffolk Construction has been selected as the general contractor for The Residences at 400 Central, a world-class 46-story mixed-use tower slated to ascend over the heart of Downtown St. Petersburg at 400 Central Avenue. The 515-foot-tall structure will become the new tallest building in St. Petersburg and on Florida’s west coast, designed by Miami-based Arquitectonica and developed by New York City-based Red Apple Real Estate. The project will yield 1.3 million square feet of space including 301 condominium homes with 35,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities, retail and restaurant space, Class A office space and a rooftop observatory with view from Tampa Bay to the Gulf of Mexico.