Strategic Property Partners (SPP), the developer behind the 56-acre Water Street Tampa mixed-use development on Downtown Tampa’s waterfront, announced move-ins of its first residents to Asher, a 22-story residential tower located at 1050 Water Street, located immediately north of Tampa EDITION and bound by South Nebraska Avenue on the west with East Cumberland Avenue on the north. The recently completed 273-foot-tall building is completely designed by Morris Adjmi Architects with ODP Architecture & Design as the architect of record, and contains a collection of 490 thoughtfully-designed rental residences ranging from studio, one- and two-bedroom layouts. Amenities at Asher include the neighborhood’s largest rooftop pool deck with over 70 lounge chairs, a media lounge and beautifully designed co-working space with private conference rooms. Move-ins and in-person tours are now underway at the building, following a highly successful pre-leasing period.
The Julington is scheduled to open in Fall 2022. But what is it? The Julington, owned by RISE Development, LLC, is a four-story multi-family community in Jacksonville, Florida. The complex offers 260 units, including one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom homes.
American Land Ventures (ALV), a Miami-based real estate developer, and development partner Gazit Horizons Inc., the American arm of Israeli-based Gazit Globe Ltd., have landed a construction loan of over $113 million from BMO Harris Bank NA to build AER, a mixed-use development soon to go vertical at 3oo West Tyler Street in Downtown Tampa. Designed by Miami-based Cube3 with Coastal Construction named as the general contractor, the development will yield a 33-story, 346-foot-tall tower with 344 residential units and a connected 10-story structure with over 10,000 square feet of retail space and 504 parking spaces.
Clara Homes hopes to start construction on a new residential complex located in Bay Harbor Islands, Florida. When the project comes to fruition, it will feature 150 luxury residences spread across multiple buildings. The project is named “Clara Bay Harbor.”
Miami Worldcenter, the 27-acre ‘city within a city’ transforming the heart of Downtown Miami, is teaming up with international art dealer and curator Jeffrey Deitch who will spearhead the overarching curatorial vision for the $4 billion mixed-use development’s public art program. Deitch will collaborate with Primary, a Miami-based curatorial collective with a focus on public works, to bring Miami Worldcenter’s aesthetic vision to life.