Development plans have been filed for 745 North Andrews Avenue, a 12-story mixed-use building proposed for a 1.46-acre property bound by Northwest 8th Street and Northwest 1st Avenue in Progresso Village, Fort Lauderdale. Designed by local architect Dorsky + Yue International Architecture for Chicago-based developer CEDARst Companies, plans for the 130-foot-tall development include 369,622 square feet of space comprising 220 residential units, 5,783 square feet of ground floor commercial space and an integrated 354-space parking garage. The application was scheduled for review on July 12, 2022 by the city’s Development Review Committee, which lists Lochrie & Chakas, P.A. as the land use attorney, Architectural Alliance Landscape as the landscape architect and Flynn Engineering Services, P.A. as the civil engineer.
A stayAPT Suites is coming to Pensacola, Florida. The three-story hotel will offer 88 units and require more than 69,000 square feet of new construction. The wood-framed slab-on-grade development is just one of many extended-stay hotels unfolding in the U.S. right now.
The Federal Aviation Administration has approved building permits for a 497-foot-tall structure in Edgewater, Miami. According to the included coordinates, the building would occupy a 22,000-square-foot assemblage of lots including 510, 522, 526 and 532 Northeast 34th Streets. The property is located across the street from the Hamilton on the Bay rental tower, and is just steps away from a dead end on Northeast 34th Street fronting Biscayne Bay. Three of the lots are owned by Nardware Properties LLC, and the other by 510 34th LLC; Hamilton on the Bay III, LLC is listed as the applicant, all of which are affiliates of Denver-based real estate developer AIMCO. The permits were applied for on April 13, 2022, and were approved by the FAA on July 8, 2022, lasting only three months for approvals.
Odyssey by Soltura is now offering in-person tours for its new luxury apartments in Fort Myers, Florida. The venture broke ground in 2021, offering 129 homes on a 12-acre lot. The venture itself required $29 million to complete, and the developer purchased the build site for $650,000 in February 2021. Some homes will become available starting July 15, 2022.
Construction is complete on Villa Valencia, 13-story luxury residential high-rise building at 515 Valencia Avenue in Coral Gables, Miami-Dade County. Designed by local architect Hamed Rodriguez Architects with Miami-based L&ND as the landscape architect and developed by Miami-based Location Ventures, the approximately 154-foot-tall structure comprises a distinguished collection of just 39 luxury condominiums ranging from two to three-bedroom units. The development integrates the revolutionary Delos’ DARWIN Home Wellness Intelligence network which provides advanced air purification, water filtration, lighting solutions and enhanced sleep systems. Villa Valencia recently received its Temporary Certificate of Occupancy (TCO); closings are currently underway, and residents have begun to occupy their residences. Winmar Construction served as the general contractor.