Redwood National Properties has officially broken ground on a new residential venture in Opa-Locka, Florida. Dubbed “Mosaic,” the 98-unit development will measure five stories and rest on a 2.1-acre build site.
A Miami-based developer plans a 20-story luxury condo tower named Ocean Harbor between the Intracoastal Waterway and Harbor Drive in Fort Lauderdale. Designed by Arquitectonica with EcoPlan, Inc. as the landscape architect and Craven Thompson & Associates, Inc. as the civil engineer, the 240-foot-tall structure would yield 36 residential units and 108 parking spaces. The developer’s identity is masked by Ocean Harbor Properties, LLC, which according to records, does not list any individuals as managers or members and has AGI Registered Agents, Inc. as the registered agent. Fort Lauderdale’s Development Review Committee will consider plans on February 14 for Ocean Harbor, located at 3019 Harbor Drive near Seabreeze Boulevard/Florida State Road A1A.
Waste Management has plans for a $75 million recycling facility in Pembroke Pines, FL. Waste Today reports that the Houston-based firm is investing in several recycling facilities in the U.S.
Downtown Miami may soon get a new addition to its skyline. Miami-based developer, Melo Group, has filed plans for a new mixed-use tower called Downtown 6th. The 54-story edifice would feature 824 residential units, 2,427 square feet of commercial space, and 639 parking spaces. Designed by Melo Architecture with G3aec as the architecture of record, the 576-foot-tall building would enhance the pedestrian experience and activate this section of the Central Business District, yielding 1,081,913 square feet of space
YMCA of Greater St. Petersburg has big plans for a mixed-use development centered around the Jim and Heather Gills YMCA campus. The $96 million venture will offer both residential and retail developments on a build site measuring just over 11 acres.