YIMBY recently spotted activity at 434 North Orange Avenue in Downtown Orlando, the site of an upcoming mixed-use development known as Society Orlando. The developers behind the project, Property Markets Group and Raven Capital Management, are establishing the Society Living hospitality brand in the city with plans for a two-tower structure topping out at 28-stories. Due to the pandemic, construction has been delayed for several months, and now seeing movement on the site could mean the tower could be going vertical soon.
Arthur Mays & Naranja Master Tenant, LLC have initiated the process of redeveloping a housing development located at 13924 SW 260 Street in Homestead, Florida. Presently, the site is home to 116 housing units. After development, the site will have 276 units located in eight buildings.
An application is pending for the construction of Modern at Coconut Palm-II, a multi-family housing complex located in Miami, FL. The residence will be built in the Princeton Community Urban Center and is expected to…
Developers Royal Palm Companies and OneWorld Developers anticipate the construction of their proposal for the Legacy Hotel & Residences at the Miami Worldcenter development. Designed by Kobi Karp Architecture & Interior Design Inc., the mixed-use tower is expected to rise approximately 659-feet into the Miami skyline across 50 floors. According to the permit filing, the site is addressed as 930 Northeast 1st Avenue, sitting diagonally across from Paramount Miami Worldcenter.
Dan-Rico Properties, LLC is one step closer toward building Citrus Pointe, a housing development that is expected to have 16 multi-family units. The proposed complex will be located at 14200 Henderson Street, which is located in unincorporated Miami-Dade County. Upon completion, the building is expected to be four stories high and house 34 people.