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.
Splash! RV Resort & Waterpark is slated to open December 15, 2021, in North Florida. Construction began on the project in August 2020, with Whitworth Builders Realty, Inc. serving as the general contractor.
The final touches are underway at Bezel, a 43-story mixed-use building located within the 27-acre Miami Worldcenter Complex in Downtown Miami’s Park West district. Designed by Stantec and developed by New York City-based Moinian Group in collaboration with ZOM Living, the 493-foot-tall structure nears completion, addressed as 650 Northeast 2nd Avenue and yielding 434 residential units with ground floor commercial space. The project is scheduled to open to residents on December 15th as leasing efforts are well underway.
Applications have been filed with Miami-Dade County’s Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources proposing to construct an 83 single-family home community in Richmond West, Florida. The property is comprised of four vacant parcels of land spanning a combined 652,528 square feet, or 14.98-acres, generally located between Southwest 160th Street and theoretical Southwest 164th Street and between Southwest 149th Avenue and Southwest 148th Avenue. The homes are designed by Miami-based PPK Architecture and being developed by the Lennar Corporation. The application lists the project name as the ‘Wallace Stevens Assemblage’, likely named after the owners of the land, individuals Wallace and Carol Ann Stevens.