Plans have been submitted for 317 North Federal Highway, a pair of rental skyscrapers in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Located between Northeast 3rd and Northeast 4th Streets across from The Dalmar Fort Lauderdale, the two towers are expected to rise approximately 498 feet tall and 45 stories, and 453 feet tall and 42 stories. The current site is occupied by an active Greyhound Bus station. Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates, Inc. is the architect behind the design of the towers. Merrimac Ventures is the owner of the application.
For the past few years, Berger Commercial Realty, in partnership with Hernandez Construction, has been developing over 33 acres of lands for commercial use. Located off I-595, the completed project is expected to be over 677,314 square feet.
YIMBY’s coverage of the development of Water Street Tampa continues with the hotel and hospitality components of phase one. In most mega developments, fine hotel space is typically a key ingredient in providing accommodations for visitors wanting to explore what the city’s neighborhoods have to offer, and so that is why Strategic Property Partners has brought together a team of elite architects and engineers to create the city’s first five-star hotel: The Tampa EDITION, the JW Marriott Tampa Water Street , as well as a recently renovated Tampa Marriot Water Street.
For several months, the Town of Davie in Broward County, Florida, has been constructing a multi-purpose development. Upon completion, the development is intended to provide affordable housing for the densely college-age population, as well as…
Yesterday, YIMBY commenced coverage on a sprawling new mixed-use development known as Water Street Tampa. Strategic Property Partners, the developer behind the mega project, is reinvigorating the underutilized southern sections of Downtown Tampa with a $3.5 billion privately-funded master plan to create 9 million square feet of new commercial, residential, hospitality, entertainment, cultural, retail and educational spaces. Some of the best design firms in the world have been united to bring this community to life, and with the construction of Phase 1 well underway, the vision for the district is starting to become a reality. Today, we will take a deeper dive into the office component, revealing the new refreshing work spaces that Water Street Tampa to offer.