Royal Palm Companies (RPC) purchased the neighboring 7,500-square-foot parcel of land at 61 Northeast 9th Street beside Legacy Hotel & Residences (Legacy) at Miami Worldcenter to expand its 10-floor $100 million first-of-its-kind Blue Zones Medical and Wellbeing Center to be even more expansive than previously planned. The property was purchased by 61 NE 9TH STREET LLC, an entity linked to RPC, for $4,450,000 from SIN BIN INC Given the impressive demand for preventative medicine and wellness, Dan Kodsi and his team are catering to the demand through expanding the center by 60%. The original plans called for 100,000 square feet of space, and will now span 160,000 square feet.
PulteGroup, Inc. has revealed plans for two new communities in Orlando, Florida. The first community, named “the Cove at Nona Sound,” will comprise townhomes measuring 1,652 square feet to 1,858 square feet. The neighboring community, “the Estates at Nona Sound,” will be a gated community offering homes measuring about 1,900 square feet to 5,300 square feet each.
Marina Pointe in Tampa is launching sales of its second condominium tower. Designed by Kobi Karp Architects and developed by Fort Lauderdale-based BTI Partners, the high rise will be home to 157 luxury condos with mesmerizing views of Tampa Bay and the St. Pete skyline, located within the 52-acre Westshore Marina District off Westshore and Gandy Boulevards on Old Tampa Bay across from St. Petersburg. Residences range from 1,200 square feet to penthouses over 2,000 square feet and offer a variety of floor plans, ranging from one to four bedrooms.The announcement comes as the last remaining condos in Tower One, scheduled for completion later this year, are sold.
Pompano Beach, FL, could soon be home to the Entourage in the Sun, a residential venture offering more than 180,000 square feet of new construction. The venture will offer 42 condos, measuring 1,785 square feet to 3,690 square feet each.
Permit applications have been filed with the Federal Aviation Administration for three tower cranes at the development site for Nema Miami, a 39-story mixed-use project in the works at 2900 Biscayne Boulevard in Edgewater, Miami. The development is the first of two phases being administered by Miami-based developer Crescent Heights, which is expected to yield nearly 943,000 square feet of space including 588 apartments, over 50,000 square feet of commercial space anchored by Whole Foods, and as many as 748 parking spots within a 428-foot-tall building. Nema Miami is designed by Arquitectonica with ODP Architecture & Design as the architect of record and New York-based Rockwell Group is handling interiors.