Miami-based Mast Capital received building permit approvals from the Federal Aviation Administration for two structures located at 1420 South Miami Avenue in Brickell, where the firm is planning a 2.6-million-square-foot mixed-use development with three towers across a 2.76-acre site. The tallest structure, the 80-story condominium dubbed Cipriani Residences, will rise 940-feet, or 950-feet above sea level. The second structure, a 59-story apartment tower, will top out at 693-feet, or 710-feet above sea level. Aeronautical studies conducted by the FAA revealed neither of the two structures would have any adverse effects on the navigable airspace.
East Park Village Apartments is undergoing construction in Orange County, Florida. The multi-million venture will offer 264 apartments, comprising more than 335,000 square feet of new construction. Units range from one-bedroom to three-bedroom homes.
K-A 200 Broward JV LLC, a joint venture by Aimco, a Denver-based multifamily-focused real estate investment and development firm, and Kushner, a New York-based real estate developer, is requesting site plan approvals for 200 West Broward Boulevard, a 48-story, 579-foot-tall mixed-use building proposed for a prime 1.08-acre site along W. Broward Boulevard between Southwest 2nd and 3rd Avenues. This project is designed by local architect Adache Group Architects with landscaping from Witkin Hults + Partners and civil engineering by Flynn Engineering. The 618,084-square-foot tower would sit atop a 305,905-square-foot podium and comprise 430,298 square feet of residential space across 381 units, 7,527 square feet of commercial space, 180,000 square feet of combined amenity, tenant storage and service spaces, and 7 levels of parking for 434 vehicles. The building would become the tallest in Fort Lauderdale if approved and built, surpassing the planned 558-foot-tall 300 W. Broward tower next door, and representing one of four towers in the works for Broward Crossing, a 1,300 unit mixed-use development with office, retail and a potential hotel.
Construction started on Biscayne House in Spring 2022, a 12-story venture that will offer 75 “micro-units.” Of those 12 stories, the first four are set aside for a parking garage. The remaining eight stories will comprise homes measuring 369 square feet to 547 square feet each.
Fort Lauderdale’s Development Review Committee (DRC) is scheduled to consider and review plans for ArtsPark Lofts, a 30-story mixed-use multifamily and commercial development proposed for 407 North Andrews Avenue in Flagler Village near the Brightline Fort Lauderdale Station. Designed by FSMY Architects & Planners with landscape architecture and civil engineering by KEITH and developed by Merrimac Ventures (Merrimac), a Fort Lauderdale-based development firm led by brothers Dev and Nitin Motwani, the project comprises 396,757 square feet of space including 289 residential units, 1,914 square feet of commercial space and a 6-story parking garage integrated into the podium for 359 vehicles. The DRC is scheduled to review the proposal for ArtsPark Lofts on Tuesday July 26, 2022