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Just a couple of extra projects added since the last update in December.

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Morgan Flagler Village



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Houston, Texas-based Morgan Group closed on the land for its Flagler Village apartment project in Fort Lauderdale, with plans to break ground later this year.

An affiliate of Morgan paid about $16.5 million for the 3-acre site between Northeast Third and Fourth avenues along Northeast Fourth Street. There, Morgan will build a seven-story, 350-unit apartment building, Evan Schlecker, Morgan Group’s regional vice president of development, told The Real Deal. The amenity-heavy project will also include commercial space and parking, Schlecker said.

MSA Architects and landscape architect Architectural Alliance are designing the development, according to plans filed with the city last year.
Biscayne 27 (2710 Biscayne Boulevard)



Edge On Brickell



FIU Engineering Center



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Florida International University on Tuesday unveiled a $150 million engineering center that it wants to build on 64 acres of county parkland leased by the Youth Fair next door and called on Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez to endorse moving the annual event to South Dade.
300 Biscayne Boulevard



54 West Flagler Street



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54 West Flagler would include a total of 391 units, along with ground-floor retail. A robotic parking garage with 185 parking spaces is also included.

Between the towers would be a “secret garden” of hanging plants. The design is inspired by both the Perez Art Museum and FIU’s Sky Lounge in Sweetwater.

Plans show that most of the units would be very small. The towers themselves would be squeezed onto a tiny 17,065 square foot lot, requiring a setback waiver. Miami’s UDRB will review the proposal late this month.

Alliance Capital is listed as the developer. Records show that the property is owned by Gutierrez Resnik Prop LLC, with an address on Alton Road.

Kobi Karp is listed as the architect."
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Boca West Country Club



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Siemens Group is building the 139-unit project, where units range from $860,000 to more than $3 million. The condos are sized from 1,870 to just over 4,500 square feet. They will come fully furnished.
Prodesa



Upper East Side Tri-Rail Hub



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City of Miami Commissioners gave the green light for a pair of 12-story residential, office, and retail towers called the Wave of Shorecrest by approving zoning and land-use changes for the area. The project, designed by architect Dean Lewis, is coming to a long-neglected area of low-scaled, low-rent houses and small apartment buildings just off the major intersection of Biscayne Boulevard and NE 79th Street and is meant to take advantage of a future Tri-Rail station that may be built adjacent to the site.
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Despite the plethora of new high rises in the Miami area, it still comes across as rather car-centric! So many of these Oceanside projects, it looks like you'd have to have a car to get around!
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Despite the plethora of new high rises in the Miami area, it still comes across as rather car-centric! So many of these Oceanside projects, it looks like you'd have to have a car to get around!
Essentially yes. Unless your along a rail line or in Brickell near rail, for the most part, yes. Especially with the high rises out in the suburbs and they do sprout out there. A lot of them include tons of parking. There are bus routes, but yeah, your kinda limited to a car for convenience.

Wealthier people do not want to take the bus on a side note. Cars will remain a necessity for most especially with a lot of employment spread out over the metro.
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Wow – thanks so much for compiling these images! These buildings are truly incredible. The Miami Innovation Tower is one of the most unique buildings I’ve seen!

I think a city that’s missing in the Florida discussion is Gainesville. Of course, it's no Miami or Orlando, but it was actually named one of America’s quickest-growing cities and there’s been a LOT of urban development lately. There has been constant construction over the past few years on the University of Florida campus and in the business/residential areas surrounding it. They aren't necessarily building out downtown Miami-esque skyscrapers, but there has been some beautiful low- and mid-rise buildings constructed recently.

UF's College of Business recently completed Heavener Hall:


Image Credit: University of Florida Heavener Hall


University of Florida Health and Shands Hospital are also adding on. UF Health Heart & Vascular Hospital and the UF Health Neuromedicine Hospital are currently undergoing a $415 million expansion; the completed building will be approximately 521,104 square feet.


Image Credit: Skanska

There is an area between the University of Florida campus and downtown Gainesville called Innovation Square which has become a major startup hub for research and tech companies, and they've built several luxury office spaces recently. Another one, Ingenuity, is set for completion in January of 2018:


Image Credit: Trimark Properties

Also lots of cool multifamily development due to the 50,000 students attending UF annually.

Savion Park was completed in 2014:


Image Credit: Trimark Properties


UF also built an ultramodern dorm specifically for Innovation Academy students that was completed recently:


Image Courtesy: University of Florida Housing & Residence Education

A bit further out from the center of Gainesville in Alachua is Progress Park, another high-tech area which has recently seen a lot of urban development.

Nanotherapeutics just built a 183,000-square-foot facility (not too many great photographs, but it's striking in person):


Image courtesey: Nanotherapeutics LinkedIn

In that same area, the UF Sid Martin Biotechnology Incubator has a new, unique office:

Image Courtesey: Progress Park

As I mentioned before, it's no big city like New York, and buildings in the Gainesville area are generally built "out", not "up". New buildings with unique architecture are popping up everywhere, which I think is a testament to the power of urban development in Florida's often overlooked smaller cities.

Again, thanks again for this compilation!
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Shands is a veritable city. It will always have special significance to me as my Dad died there.
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great design for 300 Biscayne Boulevard
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