A filing with the Federal Aviation Administration on November 21 has revealed that Hudson Yards developer Related Companies has applied for building permits for their new office project in West Palm Beach. Named the East and West Towers, this project will be located at 550 South Rosemary Avenue, signaling a significant step towards developing the 1-million-square-foot complex and continuing Related’s trend of expanding its office portfolio in the evolving intracoastal city. The permit details include the East Tower reaching 345 feet above ground, or 366 feet above mean sea level, while the West Tower is planned to rise 335 feet above ground, or 356 feet above mean sea level. If approved, both towers would be among the tallest in West Palm Beach. The East and West Towers are part of Related’s redevelopment within the mixed-use project The Square, formerly Rosemary Square.
Miami-based Sevilla Group hopes to get approval for a residential community. Sevilla Parc would comprise 192 units spread across six low-rise buildings. The South Florida Business Journal notes that homes would comprise one-bedroom and two-bedroom units.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has approved building permits for 1242 Channelside Drive, a mixed-use development planned by Stamford, Connecticut-based Post Road Group in collaboration with VeLa Development Partners in Tampa’s Channel District. The FAA has authorized the project to reach 390 feet above ground, or 403 feet above mean sea level. The permit application was submitted on October 2 and received approval on November 21. The developers will retain the permits until May 21, 2025.
A 2.91-acre parcel across from Spirit Airlines’ headquarters will soon find new life as The Aileron, a residential housing complex. The project calls for two 15-story towers to be developed in two phases. Both will have 380 units.
A total demolition permit application has been filed for the future One Bayfront Plaza site, a proposed 92-story supertall skyscraper designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox with ODP Architecture & Design as the architect of record at 100 South Biscayne Boulevard in Downtown Miami. The filing, dated November 15, outlines plans for the demolition of 535,000 square feet at an estimated cost of $2.4 million. B2 Group is the contractor associated with the demolition, while Jerome Hollo from Florida East Coast Realty is the listed contact.