A prominent vacant 1.24-acre development site has made its way to the bustling Miami River District market. Colliers, a leading real estate firm, is pleased to announce the opportunity to acquire The River Line at 678-720 NW N River Drive. This exceptional property offers unparalleled Miami River access and is listed for $26 million. The site, represented by Colliers Vice President Virgilio Fernandez and Vice President Mitash Kripalani, presents an enticing prospect for luxury waterfront townhouses or condos.
Livano at Sunlake, resting on a 20.19-acre lot, is slated for delivery in the second quarter of 2025. The luxury multifamily community will comprise 234 apartments in a four-story building.
Brightline, the premier provider of modern, eco-friendly intercity rail in the United States, recently marked a significant milestone with the completion of construction in Orlando. This achievement sets the stage for the highly anticipated service launch between Central and South Florida later this summer. To commemorate this achievement, a gathering of mayors from Brightline station cities and Brightline Orlando construction team members came together to discuss the profound transportation and economic impact this innovative rail service will bring to Florida.
After 65 years of service, Southgate Plaza met its end in 2022. Now, the 10.06-acre build site will be home to The Jack on Beach, a multifamily housing development in Jacksonville, Florida.
Earlier this month, Village of the Arts, Ltd., affiliated with Dania Beach-based MJDC, filed plans for Village of the Arts, a 6-story mixed-use project at 543 Northwest 5th Avenue in Fort Lauderdale’s Progresso Village neighborhood. Designed by Cohen Freedman Encinosa & Associates Architects with Architectural Alliance Landscape as the landscape architect and Botek Thurlow Engineering, Inc. as the civil engineer, the 65-foot-tall structure would comprise nearly 140,000 square feet of space, including 162 residential units, 6,000 square feet of ground floor retail space, and a 216-space parking garage. The filed plans for the project, initially scheduled for review on June 13, are currently being reviewed by Fort Lauderdale’s Design Review Committee.