The Healthy Housing Foundation has proposed a 12-story affordable housing complex in Miami’s Little River neighborhood. Meet Little River Plaza. If approved, the community would rest on a .94-acre build site, offering 250 apartments.
A Site Plan Level III application has been submitted for De Parc, a 14-story mixed-use development project located at 901 East Sunrise Boulevard within the Lake Ridge neighborhood of Fort Lauderdale. The nearly 149-foot-tall project is designed by Built Form Architecture, with YH Consulting Engineering as the structural engineer, and developed by Urbano Co, led by Fort Lauderdale-based investor Felipe Yalale. The proposed development covers 2.29 gross acres (or 1.68 net acres) and is set to include 274 multi-family units comprising 141 studios, 85 one-bedroom units, and 48 two-bedroom units. Additionally, the project will feature 5,235 square feet of ground-floor commercial space and a 4-story parking garage providing 369 spaces. SLS Consulting is listed as the project’s life safety and code consultant, KEITH as the landscape architect and civil engineer, and Luseo Engineering as the MEP engineer. Lansing Melbourne Group (LMG) is the owner’s representatve.
Drift in Daytona Beach, Florida, has reached the end of construction. The Class A multifamily community offers 300 units on a 29.5-acre lot. Layout plans range from one-bedroom to three-bedroom options.
The mat foundation is now complete for 501First Residences, a 40-story residential tower at 501 Northeast 1st Avenue in the vibrant heart of Downtown Miami, developed by Aria Development Group and AQARAT. The successful execution of this momentous milestone was a collaborative effort involving general contractor Beauchamp Construction, alongside the project’s shell contractor, JGR Construction, concrete contractor, US American Concrete, and concrete materials from Titan America. This tremendous endeavor spanned an impressive 10 hours, commencing on Friday, June 30, at midnight. A continuous rotation of 170 cement trucks meticulously laid an astounding 1,700 cubic yards of concrete, signifying an exhilarating advancement in the construction progress.
The Quinn’s set to take shape in Pensacola, Florida. Thompson Thrift notes that the multifamily community will offer 324 class-A homes on an 18-acre lot.