The City Commission of Miami Beach voted 5-1 in favor of The Gardens at Lincoln Lane, a low-rise mixed-use development slated for South Beach that will comprise just under 130,000 square feet of Class-A office space, 25,000 square feet of street-level retail, and more than 425 easily accessible parking spaces. The project is designed by Brandon Haw Architecture, along with West 8 Urban Design & Landscape Architecture, and includes a 6-story building on a 0.9-acre lot at 1680 Lenox Avenue, and an 8-story building nearby on a 1.1-acre lot at 1080 Lincoln Lane North in the Lincoln Road District. The Gardens at Lincoln Lane is a joint venture between Starwood Capital Group, Integra Investments and The Comras Company, and the project now moves on to the November ballot, which will seek voter approval.
RangeWater Real Estate, a Georgia-based developer, has plans for a residential housing development in Duval County. The venture’s website notes that Olea eTown will be its most walkable development, offering 192 units for residents over 55 years old.
Miami Lakes-based real estate developer and general contracting firm LF Development, through an affiliate entity listed as Combo Group Holdings LLC, filed plans for Fontainebleau Apartments II, a two-towered multifamily development of 10 and 19 stories proposed to rise atop 4.03-acres of backfilled land in Fontainebleau, Florida. Designed by Coral Gables-based Valle Valle & Partners, the property would yield 600 residential units across both towers, a 5,200-square-foot convenience retail component and 957 parking spaces, including 20 handicap spaces and 147 spaces for electric vehicles. Witkin Hults + Partners is the landscape architect, and the engineering team is comprised of Solver Engineering, Zamora & Associates and Fineline Engineers, Inc.
The Place at Channelside is a residential complex in Tampa, Florida. Now, the venture’s getting its second phase, which is expected to cost around $70 million to complete. As it stands, the development comprises 245 units.
Vertical construction is expected to begin this fall for Baccarat Residences Miami, a 75-story luxury condominium tower planned for 99 Southeast 5th Street in Brickell, Miami’s Financial District. Designed by Miami-based international architecture firm Arquitectonica and developed by Related Group in collaboration with French luxury brand and fine crystal manufacturer Baccarat, the 848-foot-tall superstructure will yield approximately 806,326 square feet of space including 318 condominium residences, 8 penthouses, 28 riverfront flats and duplexes, 73,000 square feet of amenities and a 10,000-square-foot waterfront ground floor restaurant. New York City-based Meyer Davis is handling interiors and Enzo Enea is the landscape architect. John Moriarty and Associates of Florida Inc. is the general contractor.