The Fort Lauderdale Downtown Development Authority (DDA) has selected Chicago-based Perkins&Will, a globally renowned architectural design firm, to redesign Huizenga Plaza, a 2.1-acre riverfront park addressed as 32 East Las Olas Boulevard in the heart of Downtown Fort Lauderdale. Located beneath South Andrews Avenue and Southeast 1st Avenue, the park is a staple landmark of Downtown Fort Lauderdale’s urban core, with direct access to Riverwalk North and the New River. The DDA plans to have the park transformed in a way that will better connect with the needs of the city’s residents, workers and visitors, today and for future generations to come.
Alexan Fontainebleau Lakes is an exciting residential venture coming to Miami-Dade County, Florida. The multi-million-dollar venture will replace a now-defunct Costco, and it will offer 356 housing units spread across seven four-story buildings.
West Palm Beach could soon be home to Solana, an eight-story apartment building featuring “micro-units.” Plans propose 65 apartments and two live-work units. Twelve apartments measure 621 to 855 square feet, while micro-units average about 419 square feet each.
Two Roads Development and Alpha Blue Ventures have officially broken ground on Forté, a new 24-story waterfront residential building at 1309 South Flagler Drive in West Palm Beach. The ceremonial event occurred on Thursday March 3, 2022, which was was attended by elected officials, community representatives and future residents. Designed by Bernardo Fort-Brescia of Arquitectonica with interiors imagined by Jean-Louis Deniot, the condominium development will boast 41 luxury residences spanning anywhere between 4,200 to 8,400 square feet, configured in three- and four-bedroom floor plans and a crown jewel six-bedroom penthouse spanning 8,900 square feet with an additional 2,000-square-foot private rooftop deck which includes a pool, summer kitchen, cabana bath and unmatched 360-degree views. Over 80% of Forté’s residences have sold, with a majority of the buyers coming from markets across the domestic U.S.
DR Horton hopes to move forward with a residential community that involves demolishing an 11,917-square-foot religious building. If approved, the complex will comprise 50 townhomes spread across multiple two-story buildings.