The Downtown Development Review Board (DDRB) in Jacksonville has recommended conceptual approval for the construction of One Riverside, an 18.84-acre mixed-use development comprised of two 7-story multi-family residential buildings with a total of 270 residential units, a 3,000-square-foot riverfront restaurant, a residential pool, a stand-alone amenity building and a 7-deck parking garage with 502 spaces. The project site is located at One Riverside Avenue in the Brooklyn neighborhood of the Downtown area, bounded to the north by Riverside Ave, to the east by the Acosta Bridge, to the south by the St. John’s River, and to the West by the Haskell property. Atlanta-based Dwell Design Studio is listed as the architect; Tribridge Residential is the developer.
New York City-based Standard International and Rosso Development have teamed up with real estate investment firm Midtown Development to announce the launch of The Standard Residences, a 12-story mixed-use development planned for 3100 Northeast 1st Avenue in Midtown, Miami. Designed by international architecture firm Arquitectonica with interiors by Urban Robot Associates, the project is the first of it’s kind for the hospitality brand, offering 228 fully-appointed, move-in ready residences while simultaneously allowing flexible short-rental programs with 30-day minimum stays up to 12 times per year. The structure will also include 34,000 square feet of amenities and 10,000 square feet of ground floor retail.
Updated renderings have been revealed in a filing to Miami’s Urban Development Review Board for Wynwood Station, an 8-story mixed-use building proposed to built at 45 Northeast 27th Street in Wynwood. Designed by MSA Architects and developed by FRC Realty, Inc. – an entity owned by Chicago-based Fifield Companies – the 357,848-square-foot structure is projected to include 210 residential rental units, 11,152 square feet of ground floor retail space, and 283 parking spaces across a 6-level garage. Architectural Alliance Landscape is listed as the landscape and Kimley Horn is the civil engineer.
Sales have launched for the highly-anticipated Okan Tower, a 70-story mixed-use skyscraper planned to rise at 555 North Miami Avenue in the epicenter of Miami’s urban core. Designed by Behar Font & Partners for Turkish real estate developer Okan Group, the 902-foot-tall structure will be anchored by Hilton Hotel & Residences and yield 163 Sky Residences with exclusive owners-only amenities, 236 Condo-Hotel Residences, a five-star hotel-resort with 316 room and endless amenities, and Class A Office Space. Plans for the project are now being fast-tracked with Fortune Development Sales leading sales and marketing.
The Development Review Commission of St. Petersburg is scheduled to review a proposal for Tuxedo Court, a 15-story mixed-use building projected to rise on the northeast corner of 4th Avenue South and 8th Street South near the Downtown area. The 180-foot-tall structure is designed by Kansas-based LK Architecture and being developed by White/Peterman Properties Inc., and would yield 260 residential units across two contemporary towers, and 2,700 square feet of ground floor retail. Although still subject to change, the property is currently addressed as 720 Charles Court South.