A new residential development is coming soon to Fort Myers, FL. Overseen by Habitat for Humanity, the $1.8 million complex broke ground in the second quarter of 2020. The development will comprise 150 single and multi-family homes. The community has been dubbed “Heritage Heights.”
Updated renderings have been released for Related Group’s The District, a 37-story mixed-use tower set to rise 394-feet-tall in the Central Business District of Downtown Miami. Addressed as 225 North Miami Avenue, the interior lot is is located on the southwestern corner of the block bounded by NE 3rd St. to the north, NE 1st Ave, to the east and NE 2nd St. to the south. The building is designed by Sieger Suarez Architects with interiors by the Meshberg Group, and is expected to yield 343 fully furnished residential units.
For many people, Fort Myers Beach is an escape from the hassles of day-to-day life. However, for those looking to make their vacation permanent, they may soon have options.
Verdana Landing is a new housing development coming soon to South Florida. The site, which was previously designated as agricultural farm, was rezoned to allow for the construction of 135 homes, according to the South Florida Business Journal.
Pompano Beach’s Development Review Committee is currently reviewing applications for 900 North Ocean Boulevard, a 21-story mixed-use tower proposed in Pompano Beach. Designed by renown architectural firm Arquitectonica, the building is planned to rise to a structural height of 243-feet and yield 470,691 gross square feet, 119 dwelling units, 2,207 square feet of commercial space and 232 parking spaces. The interior lot is bounded by NE 10th Street to the north, HWY 1A1 (N Ocean Blvd) to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east. Miami-based Related Group is the owner of the application listed under an affiliate company titled PRH 900 North Ocean LLC.