SoLé Mia, the 184-acre master-planned community in North Miami, broke ground on a world-class medical center by UHealth – University of Miami Health System. Once completed, it will be UHealth’s largest outpatient medical facility. UHealth at SoLéMia is a major steppingstone in the 15-year development plan for the site, which is slated to have more than 15residential developments, complemented by lifestyle retail and open space-acreages, including SoLé Mia’s iconic 7-acre lagoon. SoLé Mia is being developed by Oleta Partners, a joint venture between significant developers LeFrak and Turnberry.
McNamara Salvia Structural Engineers reports that One West Palm is close to completion. The mixed-use development will offer two 30-story towers, measuring 426 feet each.
Merrimac Ventures, one of South Florida’s leading real estate development firms led by brothers Dev and Nitin Motwani, acquired a development assemblage near the Brightline Fort Lauderdale Station to build ArtsPark Lofts, a 30-story mixed-use multifamily and commercial development planned for 407 North Andrews Avenue in Flagler Village. Designed by FSMY Architects & Planners with landscape architecture and civil engineering by KEITH, 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 for 359 vehicles. Merrimac paid $8.5 million for the 0.73-acre site that includes 421, 413, and 407 North Andrews Avenue.
Adventure Landing in Jacksonville Beach, Florida, is expected to close permanently at the end of this year. In its place, developers hope to move forward with a 53.8-acre housing development.
Lennar, one of America’s leading home builders, has filed plans for a massive 1.6-million-square-foot residential community across a near 40-acre vacant property in an unincorporated area of Miami-Dade County. The development proposes 417 residential units comprising 223 townhomes and 194 villa residences across 36 buildings, 11,863 square feet of amenity space, and 946 parking spaces. PPK Architects is listed as the architect. Lennar has named the planned community Lime Grove, derived from the property owner, Lime Grove Realty, Inc. led by Samuel and Roni Jacobson.