Plans to build Fort Lauderdale’s tallest building have been submitted to the Development Review Committee for 300 West Broward Boulevard, a 48-story mixed-use development proposed to rise in Downtown Fort Lauderdale. The property is more specifically located in the Sailboat Bend neighborhood near Las Olas and Beverly Heights, fronting West Broward Boulevard to the north in between Southwest 4th Avenue and Nugent Avenue to the west and east. The tower would conveniently rise approximately 2 blocks away from the Brightline Fort Lauderdale train station and the Riverwalk north of the New River. K-A 300 Broward JV LLC, a joint between New York-based Kushner Companies and Denver-based AIMCO, is listed as the developer – who have the development under contract from FTL/AD LTD. ODA Architecture is listed as the design and landscape architect with Stantec as the architect of record, and Witkin Hults + Partners as the landscape architect of record.
The Sagefield started construction in late 2020, the Construction Journal reports. The community, which comprises two buildings measuring four stories, features 234 housing units.
Construction has topped off on Aston Martin Residences, a 66-story, 816-foot-tall residential skyscraper at 300 Biscayne Boulevard located in Downtown Miami. Designed by BMA Arquitectos y Associados with Revuelta Architecture International as the architect of record and developed by G & G Business Developments in collaboration with luxury automaker Aston Martin, the sail-shaped reinforced concrete structure will yield 391 luxury dwelling units with over 42,000 square feet of amenities. Coastal Construction is managing construction, while Cervera Real Estate is handling sales and marketing.
Dania Beach-based real estate developer Royal Palm Companies has landed a massive $340 million construction loan from New York City-based Silverstein Capital Partners for Legacy Hotel & Residences, a 51-story mixed-use building planned for 938 Northeast 1st Avenue within the 27-acre Miami Worldcenter master-planned development. The loan marks the third largest financing package executed in the state of Florida, and will allow for the vertical construction of the 690-foot-tall structure projected to yield nearly 1 million square feet. Renowned Miami architect Kobi Karp designed the modern Art-Deco inspired tower, and will feature interiors by ID & Design International.
Regency on the Park is unfolding in Miami-Dade County, FL. The project received approval from the city’s commissioners in 2018.