Evolve Gainesville started construction in early 2021. The high-rise complex will offer housing options to college students in the Alachua County, primarily those attending the University of Florida and Santa Fe College. CBG Building Company, the general contractor, hopes to end construction in 2023.
Corner Lot Development LLC plans to start construction on an affordable housing complex by Fall 2022. The community’s working name is “Spanish Forest.” The venture rests on 32 acres and will comprise more than 100 homes; plans call for 54 townhouses and 52 single-family homes.
Just recently, YIMBY covered the unveiling of One Tampa, a 54-story mixed-use skyscraper proposed to become the city’s tallest building by Kolter Urban (Kolter) for 507 North Ashley Drive in Downtown Tampa. Design District Review (DDR) permits have officially been filed with Tampa’s planning and permitting department, revealing specific details of the project that were unknown to us in the previous article. The project includes the construction of 311-unit condominium/multi-family units with an associated leasing office/lounge, amenities, and a 4,850-square-foot-restaurant or retail space. One Tampa would rise roughly 633-feet, swiftly surpassing the current tallest building, the 42-story, 579-foot-tall 100 North Tampa.
Palm Coast, Florida, could soon be home to a 246-unit residential complex. The Tribute will comprise one-bedroom to three-bedroom layout plans, with 77 being one-bedroom units.
Renderings have surfaced of Tampa’s next tallest building, the approximately 630-foot-tall One Tampa. The mixed-use project is being developed by Kolter Urban (Kolter) and would span 55-stories above Downtown Tampa, comprising 311 condominium units as well as ground floor commercial spaces. One Tampa would surpass the city’s current tallest building, the 579-foot-tall 100 North Tampa, and would become the first building to breach the 600-foot mark on Florida’s west coast.