Plans Submitted For A 16-Unit Condominium At 10 Hendricks Isle In Fort Lauderdale

Plans have been filed with the Development Review Committee for 10 Hendricks Isle, a 5-story marina-front residential condominium building located in Fort Lauderdale. Designed by FSMY Architects + Planners and developed by Hendricks Group LLC, the proposal includes the construction of a 55-foot-tall structure with situated on a 30,000-square-foot parcel of land, projected to yield 52,440 square feet of space including 16 dwelling units and 35 parking spaces. The property is located just off of Las Olas Boulevard in between Venice Isle and Nurm Isles. Botek Thurlow Engineering, Inc. is listed as the civil engineer with Barranco-RLA, Inc. as the landscape architect.

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Concrete Core Walls Begin To Rise For Bayfront On Sand Lake In Dr. Phillips, Orlando

Several concrete core walls have been erected at Bayfront On Sand Lake, a multi-family luxury residential apartment community under construction at 10900 Turkey Lake Road in Dr. Phillips, Orlando. Designed by Winter Park-based FK Architecture and being developed by Macomb Oakland Sand Lake LLC, an entity owned and managed by real estate developer Mickey Shapiro, the project is comprised of the development of several 4-story lake-front apartment buildings across 16.54-acres of land in between Big Sand Lake and Interstate 4. Development plans filed with the city indicate the community will yield up to to 376 dwelling units.

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Updated Design Revealed For Twin 39-Story Towers Planned In Coral Gables

Earlier this year, YIMBY revealed renderings for two new mixed-use towers proposed to rise immediately south of the Douglas Road Metrorail Station in Coral Gables, Miami. The project, representing the second and final phase of the transit-oriented Link at Douglas complex, is envisioned as twin 444-foot-tall, 39-story buildings joint by a shared podium comprised of 1.12 million square feet of space, which would contain a blend of residential, office, commercial and parking spaces. At completion, the tower would become the tallest south of Brickell. Developers Adler Group and 13th Floor Investments have released updated renderings of the planned development, further revealing new designs from Arquitectonica. To compare and contrast the changes in the design, I’ve paired each new rendering with it’s older counterpart below

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Coral Gables Experiences Boom In Transit-Oriented Construction Projects Near Douglas Road Metrorail Station

Miami’s Coral Gables neighborhood has been experiencing an uptick in active transit-oriented residential, office and mixed-use construction projects. Architectural designer and urban planner Aaron DeMayo recently photographed the area from above, capturing the immense amount of on-going construction and recently completed developments surrounding the Douglas Road Metrorail Station parallel to South Dixie Highway (US Highway 1) between Southwest 37th and 38th Avenues. Below are a number of relative major projects in the area varying in stages of construction, as well as a few that were recently completed.

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Mast Capital Purchases Prime 2.8-Acre Development Site In Brickell To Build Three Luxury Mixed-Use Towers

Miami-based developer Mast Capital has acquired the 2.8-acre vacant development site addressed as 1420 South Miami Avenue for $103 million from Rega Center Miami Holdings. The site is located on the southern edge of the Brickell Central Business District and represents one of the last remaining raw parcels of land available zoned for rapid transit-oriented high-density development in the area. The developer submitted site plans for a massive master-planned project yielding 2.6 million square feet across three soaring towers, including an 80-story luxury condominium tower with 400 residences, and two multifamily towers of 50 and 60 stories with a combined total of 850 luxury apartments. Mast Capital partnered with private equity real estate firm Rockpoint for the acquisition, the third joint venture between the two firms this year.

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