The Federal Aviation Administration has issued permits for a new condominium tower that is set to become the next tallest building in Pompano Beach. The upcoming building is the already announced 32-story oceanfront Beach Tower, planned for 1380 South Ocean Boulevard, as part of the Ritz Carlton Residences Pompano Beach. This development is a joint venture partnership between Fortune International Group and Oak Capital. With approval to rise 353 feet, it will surpass the current tallest structures, the 334-foot-tall Pompano Beach Club towers, which have held this title since their completion in 1975. The Beach Tower, facing the Atlantic Ocean, will be joined by a smaller 14-story, 88-unit Marina Tower across the street along the Intracoastal Waterway, designed by Arquitectonica.
The Boca Raton Housing Authority has partnered with Atlantic Pacific to build a new 95-unit complex in Palm Beach County. The venture involves demolishing Dixie Manor, a multi-family housing development––also featuring 95 units.
The Altman Companies, under the Altman Development Company, LLC, has submitted a pre-application for an 11-story residential development situated at 11240 Biscayne Boulevard in North Miami. Designed by Cohen Freedman Encinosa & Associates, the proposed project encompasses 373 residential units, a parking facility yielding 608 spaces, and 20 bicycle spaces. The undertaking reflects the developer’s intention to present soon a Zoning Hearing Application requesting Special Exception approval for a comprehensive concept plan in alignment with the Rapid Transit Zone (RTZ) SMART Corridor Subzone.
After securing 4.93 acres from the Fort Lauderdale First Church of the Nazarene, an affiliate of 13th Floor Homes is ready to move forward with plans for a single-family housing development.
Fortune International Group and Château Group have broken ground on The St. Regis Residences, Sunny Isles Beach, which will be the tallest residential towers on the ocean in Sunny Isles Beach at 750 feet, positioned along 435 linear feet of pristine beach. Designed by the visionary architecture firm Arquitectonica, the residences boast interiors envisioned by acclaimed São Paulo-based designer Patricia Anastassiadis and landscape design by EDSA, offering the unique opportunity for an elevated lifestyle in one of South Florida’s most sought-after destinations. Coastal Construction will lead the construction of the project. The eagerly anticipated South Tower, the first to be completed, will showcase a collection of 175 luxurious residences.