A massive 843,770-square-foot mixed-use development may be coming to Fort Lauderdale’s Flagler Village neighborhood thanks to a partnership between Alan Hooper’s Urban Street Development and Hines, the prominent Texas-based real estate developer behind major projects in New York City such as 53 West 53rd Street and 139 East 56th Street. The proposal consists of developing up to 355 multifamily residential units, as much as 45,355 square feet of commercial space, and 149,045 square feet of office space with 1,172 parking spaces in total. FAT Village East (FAT meaning Food, Arts, Technology), has been submitted to Fort Lauderdale’s Department of Sustainable Development-Urban Design and Planning for further review and eventual approval.
Palm Avenue Lofts is the third piece of the puzzle in Prestige Builders Group’s latest initiative to provide workforce housing to those living in Hialeah, FL.
Broward Crossing, a 4.2-acre mixed use mega development proposed for Downtown Fort Lauderdale has been approved by the City Commission. The developer behind the application is New York City’s Kushner Companies, who was seeking for a rezoning of the site to expand the city’s high-density zoning district further west. The development sites are located at 200, 300 and 520 West Broward Boulevard, currently occupied by some commercial buildings and outdoor parking lots, and may rise to be one of the city’s tallest towers within close proximity to Fort Lauderdale’s Brightline Station.
Eleven55 NoMi is the working name of a new housing development located in North Miami. Per the South Florida Business Journal, the complex will be built on 4.1 acres of land and is intended to provide housing to “mixed-income” families.
Applications have been filed to Miami-Dade County’s Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources seeking the approval for the construction of a 278-unit residential community in Unincorporated County 33032, recognized as the Princeton Community Urban Center. Developed by Windmill Farm Associates, LLC and designed by Forum Architecture & Interior Design, the proposal is intended to be built on approximately 9.8-acres of land currently used for agricultural purposes. The site currently does not have an exact address, but is located along the southeast corner of Southwest 129th Avenue and the proposed extension of Southwest 240th Street.