Orlando-based real estate developer Tavistock Development Company has revealed preliminary plans for three conceptual luxury high rises at Pier Sixty-Six in Fort Lauderdale. Designed by renown architecture firm Arquitectonica, the towers would rise 480-feet over the marina and Stranahan River – two south of the 17th Street causeway and one west of the Pier Sixty-Six Hotel; the additional towers would yield 130 units each, with four on each floor. Tavistock purchased the Pier Sixty-Six complex at 2301 Southeast 17th Street in 2016 for a cool $165 million, and is already redeveloping the areas surrounding the hotel with 76 new condo units across two buildings, 39 waterfront villas and 12 single-family homes – expected to reach completion by 2024.
An $82 million expansion is slated for the Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point in Hudson, FL. The three-story medical tower will offer 102 rooms.
Final plans have been submitted to the Design Review Board of the City of Miami Beach for 72nd & Park, a 21-story mixed-use building proposed to rise 233-feet in North Beach. Designed by Arquitectonica with Built Form as the architect of record and developed by KGTC LLC, the development is projected to yield 239,997 square feet of space including 270 residential units, of which 121 are microunits, over 40,000 square feet of amenities, 17,211 square feet of retail space and 326 parking spaces. The property is primarily addressed as 7145 Carlyle Avenue fronting North Shore Park along 72nd Street.
Lake House at Eustis Assisted Living Facility is one step closer to completion in Lake County, FL. The multi-million-dollar venture will provide a three-story assisted living facility for seniors in Central Florida.
Interior demolition permits have been filed for a 17-story residential building located at 1809 Brickell Avenue in Brickell, Miami. Completed in 1966, the building is known as the Stanley Axelrod UTD Towers and spans 211,121 square feet of space across 272 dwelling units. Related Group is listed as the owner of the permit application, who is redeveloping the 137,702-square-foot site along with Integra Investments. A contractor has not been listed as of yet, but the approximate cost for the work is $50,000 to demolish 6,200 square feet of interior space.