Developers are hoping to get approval for Madison Terrace, an age-restricted housing community in Lake Worth, Florida. Documents show that the multifamily complex would comprise two six-story buildings, offering 176 homes.
Miami’s Urban Development Review Board has approved Tower 91, a 20-story mixed-use development slated for 91 Northeast 36th Street near the Design District. Elkus Manfredi Architects designed the tower, with CUBE 3 serving as the architect of record. Developed by Design District Associates and Prinz Corner LLC, both affiliated entities of DACRA and property owners at 91 – 93 Northeast 36th Street, this impressive structure will rise nearly 270 feet tall and offer a total of 321,450 gross square feet. The development includes 107 multi-family residential units, 21,812 square feet of ground-floor commercial space, and convenient onsite parking for 227 vehicles. Savino & Miller Design Studio is the landscape architect, Kimley-Horn handles civil engineering, Spinnaker is the LEED Consultant, and Akerman, LLP is the land-use attorney.
7918 West Drive is planned for a 2025 completion in North Bay Village. The 21-story high-rise will offer 54 residences, with construction having started in March 2023.
128 SW 7th Street Owner LLC, an affiliate of Chicago-based Focus Development Inc (Focus) – a vertically integrated development and construction company, has filed a pre-application meeting request for the preliminary review of a proposed 39-story development at 128 Southwest 7th Street. The 415-foot-tall structure, dubbed Miami Starlite, would replace the shuttered 28-year-old Starlite East Motel and yield 685,710 gross square feet of space, including 516 residential units, ground-floor retail, amenity spaces, and approximately 506 off-street parking spaces. The architect leading the design is San Francisco-based Gensler.
Integra Investments hopes to get the green light on a residential development in Boca Raton, Florida. Boca Villas could comprise 120 townhomes spread across multiple buildings.