Our sources report an exciting venture taking shape in Daytona Beach, Florida. The community? Integra Tymber Creek, a high-end multifamily housing development.
The owners of a 5,650-square-foot property located at 7921 Carlyle Avenue in Miami Beach’s North Beach neighborhood have proposed demolishing a 1940s single-family home to make way for a three-story multifamily development. Denbora Bay, LLC, a Lake Worth, Florida-based company led by a group of individuals from Buenos Aires, Argentina, is identified as the applicant in a recent project filing submitted to Miami Beach’s Design Review Board. Known as the Denbora Bay project, the development encompasses 6,996 square feet of space, featuring seven residential units and four parking spaces. Red Octopus LLC, an architecture and planning firm based in Weston, FL, led by Argentine architects Yanina Mauro and Walter Rua, represents the developers in the filing, with MUVE Architecture listed as the architect.
The Jim Moran Foundation has offered life-changing services to its community for more than 20 years. Now, after purchasing a 2.43-acre build site in 2021, it’s started construction on a new headquarters.
A foundation permit application has been filed for 1900 Biscayne Boulevard, twin 42-story high rises planned for Kushner Companies and PTM Partners’ Edgewater Collective three-towered mixed-use complex named the Edgewater Collective in the Arts & Entertainment District, previously known as Omni, near Edgewater, Miami. Designed by Kobi Karp Architects, the 461-foot-tall structures will collectively yield approximately 1,401,267 square feet of space, including 872 multifamily units and ground-floor retail. Balfour Beatty Construction is the general contractor.
Ability Housing announced plans for the Villages of New Augustine, an affordable housing community in St. Johns County. But what does the $25 million project entail?