Sites plans for a 30-story multifamily mixed-use building have been filed with Fort Lauderdale’s Development Review Committee (DRC) addressed as 501 Northeast 4th Street in the city’s Downtown Core. The building would rise approximately 380-feet tall and would yield 441,654 square feet of space including 270 residential units and 2,680 square feet of ground floor retail space. The project is designed by Fort Lauderdale’s very own FSMY Architects + Planners and is being proposed for development by Mainstreet NCC Flagler LLC, an entity managed by Paul J. Kilgallon of Mainstreet Capital Partners (Mainstreet). The project is currently dubbed Flagler Sky View, and was scheduled for review on June 14, 2022.
Demolition has started on the Naples Beach Hotel, a historic property dating back to the 1940s. In its place will be a new venture called the “Naples Beach Club Hotel.” It’s under the Four Seasons brand and will offer 216 hotel rooms and more than 150 condos.
Brooklyn, New York-based BridgeCity Capital is providing $35.5 million in financing to Miami Beach-based JP Roosevelt to begin construction on 42 Pine, an 8-story boutique condominium building envisioned for 340 West 42nd Street between Sheridan Drive and Pine Tree Drive in Nautilus, Miami Beach. The project is designed inside and out by Arquitectonica with landscaping by ULU Studio and offers 50 well-appointed residences spanning 700 to 2,700 square feet, ranging between 1-to-3 bedroom residences and penthouse units. Sales launched just over a month ago, and has already reached the 50% sold mark. Units are priced from $700,000 to $4,000,000 with sales and marketing exclusively handled by Mushka Jacobson of Douglas Elliman.
Construction is ongoing on Altis Santa Barbara, a luxury housing development in Naples, Florida. The venture will require more than 160,000 square feet of new construction, with Heatherwood Construction Company (the general contractor) having started sitework in Spring 2022. Buildings in the community will measure one to five stories above grade.
An Urban Development Review Board (UDRB) application has been submitted for review and approval in regard to The Ursa, a 15-story office building proposed for development at 30 Northeast 29th Street in Miami’s Design District. Featuring world-class architecture from design firm Arquitectonica and developed by Sun King LLC, an entity directed by DACRA CEO Craig Robins, The Ursa comprises 274,268 square feet of space including 159,892-square-feet of Class-A office space across 10-stories, 6,780 square feet of ground floor retail space, and 134 parking spaces all within a 222-foot-tall artistically-designed structure. The application was scheduled for review on June 15, 2022 and is now pending approval.