Construction on the second phase of Driftwood on Central has started in St. Petersburg, Florida. According to the Tampa Bay Business Journal, the addition includes five mixed-use buildings.
Downtown St. Petersburg is bracing for a historic night as construction on The Residences at 400 Central, a 1.3-million-square-foot project developed by New York-based Red Apple Real Estate, enters a pivotal phase. Suffolk Construction, the project’s general contractor, is coordinating the largest-ever continuous pour of concrete for a non-governmental project in the city’s history, set to begin tonight around 9 PM. This monumental undertaking is crucial in realizing the vision of the project’s architect, Arquitectonica, which will ultimately rise 515 feet as the tallest residential condominium on Florida’s Gulf Coast.
TMC Naranja 66 Holdings LLC hopes to move forward with the Pointe at Princeton, a multi-family housing development in Miami-Dade County. The South Florida venture would rest on 12.3 acres and comprise over 500 apartments in a three-story building.
In the heart of a bustling downtown area predominantly filled with rental properties, Fort Lauderdale is set to welcome an exciting addition to its real estate landscape. OceanLand Investments, led by CEO Jean Francois Roy, has officially broken ground on Sixth&Rio, one of the few for-sale condominium developments in the region. The eight-story property, located at 501 Southeast Sixth Ave./Federal Highway, will sit along the picturesque New River, adding an element of tranquility to urban living.
Residences at 400 Central is anticipated to be one of the tallest buildings on Florida’s west coast, measuring 515 feet above grade and comprising 46 floors. The St. Petersburg venture will feature 301 homes.