Renderings from Coral Gables-based SB Architects reveal a 30-story mixed-use tower proposed for 513- 517 Northeast 6th Street in Flagler Heights, Fort Lauderdale. The project was unveiled in a site plan application filed with the Development Review Committee submitted by Flagler Sixth, LLC, which is led by developers Steven W. Hudson and Charles B. Ladd Jr. Plans for the 330-foot-tall building include 628,978 square feet of new construction containing 320 dwelling units, 29,607 square feet of commercial space, and 447 on-site parking spaces with 66 off-site spaces. Architectural Alliance Landscape is listed as the landscape architect with Sun-Tech Engineering, Inc. as the civil engineer.
New River Yacht Club II is a 36-story building offering 349 residential units. The ground floor comprises retail space, and the eighth floor serves as an amenity deck, featuring a pool. The Real Deal notes that the Related Group sold New River Yacht Club for $85 million to BJ Verde Properties in August 2021.
Brightline, the only provider of modern, eco-friendly, intercity rail in America, breaks ground on its new Boca Raton station with Kaufman Lynn Construction, Inc. as the
construction manager for the garage and train station. Once completed, the station will be Brightline’s fifth operational in Florida, connecting travelers from Boca Raton to Miami, Aventura, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, and soon Orlando. Located on a 1.8-acre site across from Mizner Park and adjacent to the downtown library, Brightline’s Boca station, designed by Zyscovich Architects, will feature approximately 38,000 square feet of space which will include its signature autonomous MRKT and premium lounge among other station amenities. The station will offer a seamless travel experience through modern technology, including a cashless environment, touchless turnstiles and high-speed WiFi. Brightline’s Boca station is expected to be complete in the fall of 2022.
West Palm Beach — Vybe Investments (Vybe) announced the launch of Pink Bird Car Wash (Pink Bird) in partnership with Dallas-based Montgomery Street Partners (MSP). Pink Bird is an express car wash company with retro Florida branding, focused on customer experience. The company has two locations under construction in West Palm Beach with plans to build at least 20 units on Florida’s east coast.
King’s Landing, a mixed-use venture coming to Fort Pierce, FL, recently secured approval. TC Palm reports that the $140 million project will comprise multiple buildings on a 7.5-acre build site. Construction’s expected to start this year. Here’s what’s in store.