Slate Hallandale Beach is pleased to announce the opening of its brand new, 26-story New York City-style luxury rental community with 250 modern residences at 101 Diplomat Parkway, Hallandale Beach, Florida, designed by Kobi Karp Architects and developed by PPG Development – owned in partnership with BH3 Management. Offering an elevated living experience beyond comparison, Slate delivers thoughtfully designed floor plans ranging from one to four bedrooms, welcoming residents to bask in luxurious living. Featuring a sophisticated blend of sustainability and modern grandeur, the building enhances the lifestyle of residents through more than 20,000 square feet of resort-inspired amenities and first-class services in the heart of Hallandale Beach. Leasing is underway with immediate availability for occupancy at the completed development, which began accepting reservations in Spring 2022.
Novo Gateway is presently in the works for Fort Myers, Florida. The residential venture will offer a total of 344 homes, comprising 270 apartments and 74 townhomes. Apartments measure about 931 square feet, and townhomes measure around 1,701 square feet.
Related Group, along with ROVR Development and BH Group, have landed a hefty $76 million loan to begin construction on District 225, a 37-story Airbnb-branded condominium development planned for a 15,000-square-foot site at 225 North Miami Avenue in Downtown Miami. Construction funding came from New York-based lender Madison Realty Capital to build the 394-foot-tall tower, which was approved by city planners in April 2021. The project is designed by Sieger Suarez Architects with interiors by the Meshberg Group, and will include 343 fully-finished and furnished units – all of which are sold out. The construction of District 225 will be managed by Craft Construction Company LLC. according to pending permits, and is projected to completed in 2024.
Parks at Delray is a new mixed-use venture slated for Palm Beach County, Florida. Upon completion, the development will offer hundreds of apartments spread across multiple garden-style buildings. Apartments will range from studios to three-bedroom units. At this time, pricing options are not available.
On July 20, 2022, Miami’s Urban Development Review Board will consider proposals for M Tower, a 57-story mixed-use building planned for 56 Southwest 1st Street in Downtown Miami near the City’s Government Center. The applicants, Downtown 1st Street LLC, an affiliate of New York-based Lions Group NYC, and Miami-based Fortis Design + Build are proposing to improve the 1.046-acre property with a nearly 600-foot-tall mixed-use development consisting of a public parking garage for 694 vehicles and 10,531 square feet of ground floor commercial space, and a multifamily residential tower with 675 residential units. The project is designed by Nichols Architects with Naturalficial as the landscape architect, and Kimley-Horn is the civil engineer.