The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has given clearance to 525 South Andrews Avenue, aka 525 Andrews, a 46-story mixed-use skyscraper planned for Downtown Fort Lauderdale. According to a new document recently posted to their website, the FAA has determined that “the structure would have no substantial adverse effect on the safe and efficient utilization of the navigable airspace by aircraft or on the operation of air navigation facilities.” The structure will now be allowed to rise 491-feet, or 498-feet above sea level, and is designed by Dorsky + Yue International Architecture. Federal City Property Investors, LLC is the developer behind the project.
The Mayflower at Winter Park is one step closer to completion. The $105 million assisted living facility coming soon to Winter Park, Florida.
Renderings have been unveiled for two new skyscrapers from KAR Properties in Downtown Miami tentatively known as MRP5 and MRP6. The images recently appeared on the developer’s website, referred to as ‘State-of-the-art’ towers; one with multifamily residential units and retail, and the other an office building. The unveiling of the two new towers corresponds with the announcement of the relaunch of One River Point luxury condominium complex back in May, mentioning two additional phases to be added to the project. MRP5 and MRP6 are expected to rise on land already owned by KAR Properties, possibly addressed as 82 Southwest 3rd Street and 50 Southwest 3rd Street.
ONE Sotheby’s International Realty’s Development Division is proud to announce the sellout of Adagio Fort Lauderdale, a 10-story boutique condominium building located at 435 Bayshore Drive in Central Beach, Fort Lauderdale. Designed by GarciaStromberg with Interiors by Steven G and developed by Alco International Group, the sold out development yields 31 spacious residences, marking an impressive $75+ Million in sales. The development is located along the widest stretch of Fort Lauderdale’s Intracostal Waterway, reaching completion back in January 2020 with Moss Construction as the general contractor.
Miami’s Jungle Island (formerly known as “Parrot Jungle Island”) closed its doors in light of the Covid-19 pandemic. Plans are also in the works for a 300-room hotel, named “Jungle Island Hotel.”