Fort Lauderdale’s Development Review Committee will consider plans for Las Olas Condominiums, a 45-story mixed-use building proposed for 521 East Las Olas Boulevard in the Downtown corridor, adjacent to Southeast 6th Street and the South Federal Highway tunnel. Designed by Pininfarina with Cohen Freedman Encinosa & Associates Architects and developed by Miami’s condo king, the Related Group, the 531-foot-tall structure will contain 192 multifamily residential dwelling units, a 3,684-square-foot restaurant on the ground floor, and 364 parking spaces in a structured parking garage. Architectural Alliance Landscape is the landscape architect, and Botek Thurlow Engineering Inc. is the civil engineer for the project, which is expected to yield 352,551 square feet of residential space with an average of 1,836 square feet per unit.
Compass Landing by Margaritaville is a seven-story new mixed-use development that could break ground this November in Melbourne, Florida. Florida News Today reports that city officials approved the development in May 2022. The mayor of Melbourne, Paul Alfrey, calls the venture “a game changer.”
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) received new applications for building permits to allow vertical construction for DNA Towers, a pair of mixed-use towers planned for 300 North Andrews Avenue at the border between Flagler Village and the Central Business District in Fort Lauderdale. According to the permit filings, the 40 and 45-story towers are now planned to rise 550 feet, or 555 feet above sea level, roughly 50 feet higher than the previous filing in May. Designed by Miami-based Seiger Suarez Architects with landscaping from EGS2 Corp and developed by Fort Lauderdale-based BH3 Management (BH3), the 1.4-million-square-foot development will comprise 612 residential units, roughly 60,000 square feet of experiential retail/commercial space, and a 7-story parking garage with 890 parking spaces.
Developers have approved Amavi St. Cloud in Osceola County, according to city records. The residential development offers 246 attached units on a 29.48-acre plot. Amenities could comprise integrated smart home technology, private yards, and high-end interior finishes.
Developers 2151 Development Group and 2020 Acquisitions received conditional use approval from the City Commission to move forward with Tal Aventura, a 26-story boutique residential tower planned for 2785 Northeast 183rd Street near Maule Lake in Aventura, Florida. Designed by Miami-based IDEA Architects, the family-focused luxury condominium development will yield 86 residential units with a majority ranging from 2,500 to 3,500 square feet plus expansive lanai and penthouse units over 6,000 square feet. Residents will have access to over 50,000 square feet of green spaces and amenities including a gym, a coffee/juice bar, a toddler playroom, a yoga studio, a splash pad, a basketball/pickleball court, and a pool.