The Northbank River Walk along St. John’s River in Downtown Jacksonville is on the cusp of undergoing one of the greatest transformations the city has ever seen. Southeast Development Group has unveiled the master plan for their upcoming mixed-use mega project which calls for the redevelopment of 25-acres of city-owned land, adding 2.3 million square feet of new real estate assets within the Central Business District, with an estimated price tag of $1.1 billion.
Applications have been submitted to the Miami-Dade County Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources seeking the approval for the development of a Dairy Queen Grill & Chill. Designed by URBN Design and developed by Naranja 5 LLC, the property is addressed as 26750 South Dixie Highway, near the intersection with SW 168th Street in Naranja. The proposal calls for the construction of a 2,780-square-foot commercial building with a drive-thru on a 0.84-acre parcel of land.
American Land Ventures and Isram Realty Group have joined forces to build a 10-story apartment building in east Boynton Beach, FL. The complex will comprise about 320 units that are designed along the intercoastal. There is also 50,000 square feet intended for retail space.
Chicago-based Fifield Companies is currently preparing plans to submit for review calling for the construction of a 210 residential unit mixed-use development titled Wynwood Station. Addressed as 45 Northeast 27th Street, the building is designed by MSA Architects and is expected to rise to 8-stories, containing an estimated 9,000 square feet of commercial space and 8,000 square feet of amenities along with a parking garage. The interior lot is bounded by NE 28th St. to the north, N. Miami Ave. to the west, NE 27th St. to the south and Brightline train tracks to the east.
A new 7-story mixed use development titled Alexan Crafts may be coming to the Crafts District in the City of Coral Gables. Addressed as 330 Catalonia Avenue, the project could yield up to 306,936 square feet of space on 2.11 acres of land. Designed by Corwil Architects and developed by Trammel Crow Residential, a subsidiary of Crow Holdings, the structure is expected to rise to 77-feet in height, yielding 263 residential units, 22 live-work units, 364 parking spaces and 29,450 square feet of open space.