AHS Old Cutler is currently undergoing construction in Miami-Dade County, Florida. Contractors started working on the residential complex in Summer 2022. Upon completion, the development will offer 390 homes across eight three-story buildings.
Canopy Park, Miami Beach’s new three-acre community park situated between the 600 and 700 blocks of Alton Road and designed by ArquitectonicaGEO, is now open to the public. Park-goers can enjoy open greenspaces shaded by native tree species, pedestrian trails and bike paths, an outdoor gym and dog run, a MONSTRUM-designed children’s playground, and public art displays. Designed with sustainability in mind, Canopy Park reflects how landscape architecture can serve as a green resiliency solution for coastal communities with a host of environmentally conscious features including a Maritime Hammock, bioswales, and a 25,000-gallon cistern to conserve and manage rainwater.
Miami Springs Town Center is still undergoing construction in Miami-Dade County, Florida. The South Florida Business Journal reports that originally, developers intended to start vertical construction in early 2020. Then Covid-19 happened. Now that the project’s back on track (thanks to a $14.7 million construction loan), it’s nearing completion.
Brooklyn-based developer Dependable Equities LLC has requested site plans approvals from the Development Review Committee for Ombelle, a 1,043,963-square-foot mixed-use development comprised of two mirrored 43-story towers at 300 Northeast 3rd Avenue in the growing Flagler Village neighborhood of Fort Lauderdale. With New York-based ODA Architecture onboard for architectural and landscape design, Witkins Hults + Partners as the landscape architect of record and Flynn Engineering as the civil engineer, the project will rise 493-feet over Fort Lauderdale’s Downtown Core and yield 1,100 dwelling units, 11,217 square feet of retail space and 1,100 parking spaces.
Dependable Equities hopes to move forward with a mixed-use complex in Broward County, Florida. Dubbed “the Ombelle,” the venture will offer 1,100 homes in two 43-story towers. Records show that the towers will measure 493 feet high.