Miami Lakes-based real estate developer and general contracting firm LF Development, through an affiliate entity listed as Combo Group Holdings LLC, filed plans for Fontainebleau Apartments II, a two-towered multifamily development of 10 and 19 stories proposed to rise atop 4.03-acres of backfilled land in Fontainebleau, Florida. Designed by Coral Gables-based Valle Valle & Partners, the property would yield 600 residential units across both towers, a 5,200-square-foot convenience retail component and 957 parking spaces, including 20 handicap spaces and 147 spaces for electric vehicles. Witkin Hults + Partners is the landscape architect, and the engineering team is comprised of Solver Engineering, Zamora & Associates and Fineline Engineers, Inc.
The Place at Channelside is a residential complex in Tampa, Florida. Now, the venture’s getting its second phase, which is expected to cost around $70 million to complete. As it stands, the development comprises 245 units.
Vertical construction is expected to begin this fall for Baccarat Residences Miami, a 75-story luxury condominium tower planned for 99 Southeast 5th Street in Brickell, Miami’s Financial District. Designed by Miami-based international architecture firm Arquitectonica and developed by Related Group in collaboration with French luxury brand and fine crystal manufacturer Baccarat, the 848-foot-tall superstructure will yield approximately 806,326 square feet of space including 318 condominium residences, 8 penthouses, 28 riverfront flats and duplexes, 73,000 square feet of amenities and a 10,000-square-foot waterfront ground floor restaurant. New York City-based Meyer Davis is handling interiors and Enzo Enea is the landscape architect. John Moriarty and Associates of Florida Inc. is the general contractor.
Construction’s expected to break ground on Health First Wellness Village––Melbourne, a venture estimated to cost more than $100 million to complete. Sitting on a 22-acre lot, the development calls for 10 buildings.
Related Group recently filed plans for Gallery at Marti Park, a 12-story mixed-income development proposed for 450 Southwest 5th Street in the Little Havana neighborhood of Miami. Designed by Doral-based CMA Architects, the project aims at providing high quality housing for low income households at 30% and 80% of AMI as well as market rate households. Plans call for 167 residential units in a mix of one- and two-bedroom floor plans ranging between 622 and 850 square feet, of which 85 will set aside for low income housing, and a 5,200-square-foot community center.