In 2019, Urbanica Management purchased a .98-acre site in Miami-Dade County for $40 million––the last vacant site in the area at the time. Now, nearly three years later, the organization hopes to move ahead with plans for a 16-story hotel.
New plans submitted to Miami-Dade County for an Administrative Site Plan Review reveal Taurus Development Group LLC’s proposal to develop a multi-family residential building in the Goulds Community Urban Center District (GCUC), designed by Conconcreto Designs LLC as the architect, structural engineer, and MEP engineer, and Fecttech Consult, LLC as the civil engineer. The development site is situated at the southwest corner of Southwest 218th Street and Southwest 120th Ave intersection, within the Center Sub-District of the GCUC. The vision for the project is an 8-story, 28-unit apartment building with a ground-floor parking garage and additional on-street parking.
Brevard Zoo hopes to have the first manatee rehabilitation center in the county. Through grant funding and generous donations, the multi-million-dollar venture will comprise three tanks in the zoo’s “behind-the-scenes areas.”
South Florida real estate development and investment firm Mast Capital has joined forces with Boston-based Rockpoint and The Spear Group to break ground on an 18-acre multifamily development in Palm Springs, FL. With $42.5 million in construction financing from Santander Bank, the project, located at 2085 S. Congress Ave., will rise on the site of the former YMCA of the Palm Beaches. The development will feature 264 upscale, garden-style apartments across 11 residential buildings.
Wellington resident and entrepreneur Mark Bellissimo has announced a partnership with NEXUS Luxury Collection, founded by Joe Lewis and his Tavistock Group, Tiger Woods, Justin Timberlake, and Ernie Els, to create The Wellington, a luxury residential club community in the heart of Wellington that celebrates the best of South Florida and equestrian sport. Through their new partnership, Wellington Lifestyle Partners (WLP), the principals will reimagine over 600 owned acres and work with the Village of Wellington (VOW) and the local community to craft a residential experience that is focused on wellness, resort living and sport while honoring and enhancing Wellington’s equestrian roots.