A townhome community going by the name of Quo Townhomes, or possibly Princeton Townhomes, has been proposed for 12891 Southwest 248th Street in Princeton, a neighborhood located towards the southern end of Miami-Dade County. The application was filed by a developer listed as Princeton 1 BH26, LLC, and has chosen architect Alfonso Jurado of Alfonso Jurado Architecture to design the 2.7 acre development. The project should yield approximately 84,982 square feet across 66 two-and-three-story townhomes across 6 currently vacant plots of land.
Lynwind at Championsgate is presently seeking site plan approvals, the Construction Journal reports. The $120 million luxury complex, located in Polk County, FL, is a mixed-use social club and residential complex. It’s been in the works as early as December 2019 and rests on 26.6 acres of land.
Developer Two Roads Development is currently in the planning stages for One Ashley, a 37-story mixed-use tower proposed for Downtown Tampa. Addressed as 103 Ashley Drive South, the currently vacant site sits along the Tampa Riverwalk and right across the street from the developers Tampa office at 100 Ashley Drive South. They have tapped world-class design firm Arquitectonica with Adache Group Architects as the architect of record to design the 409-foot-tall structure, which will consist a mix of residential and hotel space, and restaurant uses.
On June 15, 2021, Coconut Grove-based Terra Group, lead by founders David and Pedro Martin, came to an early agreement with Miami-Dade County for the development of Upland Park, a 3 million square-foot transit-oriented mixed-use project to be located near Dolphin Station. The developer has taken on a 97-year lease on the 33-acre property at the crossroad of the Florida Turnpike and Dolpnin Expressway. Terra is also planning to incorporate Dolpbon station into the development to make it fully transit-oriented.
To accommodate South Florida’s growing elderly population, many ventures are underway to provide a solid quality of life to those individuals. One of those ventures is Wellington Bay, a 1.5 million square foot retirement facility coming to Wellington, FL.