Hall Of Fame Partners, a partnership between Capital Group P3 and Hensel Phelps Construction Company have submitted a proposal to redevelop Fort Lauderdale’s International Swimming Hall of Fame in Central Beach. Located at 1 Hall of Fame Drive and 501 Sea Breeze Boulevard, the $90 million renovation and expansion is comprised of the construction of two new five story towers: a 105-foot-tall museum on the west side of the peninsula and a 94-story welcome center on the east side. The development will include a ballroom with a rooftop restaurant, a covered teaching pool, and 20,000 square feet of museum space. as well as a cafe, office and commercial space, and parking for 202 vehicles. The project gained a preliminary approval from the city commission, but still need’s a final city vote to move forward.
The Luna is an upscale apartment complex coming to Viera, FL. The six-story building will take about 18 months to complete.
New renderings has been released to the public of Lofty Brickell, a short-term rental tower being planned for 99 Southwest 7th Street – a prime location facing the Miami River in Brickell. Arquitectonica remains as the design architect for the building, which based on the renderings has been increased to nearly 50 stories, up from the previously planned 37-stories. The rendering of the tower facing southeast towards the Metrorail bridge was first posted in a paid advertisement from The Real Deal with details on unit pricing. Newgard Development Group is developer behind the efforts to redevelop the site, which will eventually give rise to three towers.
tag! Children’s Museum of Saint Augustine, FL, has finally broken ground after being in the works for nearly 10 years.
The Development Review Committee of the City of Fort Lauderdale is now reviewing proposals for 2025 East Sunrise Boulevard, a 15-story commercial building near Victoria Park and Lake Ridge neighborhoods. The development would rise on a vacant 18,949-square-foot lot west of the Middle River, bound by the East Sunrise Boulevard bridge crossing into Coral Ridge on the south and the East Point Towers residential complex on the north and west along North Federal Highway. The project is designed by Miami-based Beilinson Gomez Architects and being developed by Sunrise 2025 LLC, planned to yield 132 hotel units with 108 parking spaces.