Addison Farms Apartments is undergoing construction in Apopka, Florida. The 262-unit complex features luxury residences for those living in Orange County. The homes, ranging from one-bedroom to three-bedroom layout plans, will be spread across multiple three-story buildings. Select homes feature private garages.
Leading global hospitality company Hyatt has teamed up with Miami-based luxury hospitality and residential developer Gencom to redevelop Downtown Miami’s iconic Hyatt Regency Miami at 400 Southeast 2nd Avenue, with the goal of making improvements in and out of the urban core, and activating a key piece of Miami’s riverfront. Designed by Miami-based Arquitectonica, plans for the site include three towers offering residents and hotel guests panoramic views of Downtown Miami and Biscayne Bay. Towers one and two would rise 61-stories and include 682 multifamily apartments, a 615-room Hyatt Regency with over 100,000 square feet of meeting space, and 264 serviced apartments; the towers would be linked at the top by a Skybridge featuring an upscale destination restaurant and lounge perched 700 feet over the city. Tower three would become one of the tallest buildings in South Florida rising 1,049-feet, anticipated to include 860 residential apartments.
Rollins College will soon be home to a new theater. It’s called the Tiedtke Theater & Dance Centre, named for Philip and Sigrid Tiedkte, who donated $5 million to make the venture possible. Construction started in November 2021, with OHL Building, Inc. operating as the general contractor. Construction’s anticipated to end in the fourth quarter of 2022.
A scale model was revealed at a recent event hosted by developers JDS Development Group (JDS) and Major Food Group (MFG) for Major, an 82-story, 1,049-foot supertall skyscraper being planned for a 0.52-acre site at 888 Brickell Avenue. The image, spotted by YIMBY on the instagram stories of both JDS and Major, gives us a bit more insight on preliminary architectural details and color pallets of the design from Studio Sofield and ODP Architecture & Design. The developers have already applied for building permits from the Federal Aviation Administration and are nearing approvals for plans submitted to Miami-Dade County. The project would comprise 259 condominium units, 50,490 square feet of space for food and beverage and 250 stacked parking spaces via a car elevator.
The Reef is nearing completion in Jacksonville, FL, with availability starting June 2022. The Jacksonville Financial News & Daily Record notes that the complex was initially called “Fiddler’s Reef.” Construction started on the Reef in Summer 2020, with Live Oak Contracting operating as the general contractor.