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Old Posted Apr 15, 2015, 3:59 AM
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URBN @ Flagler Village is 39th new condo for downtown Fort Lauderdale and Beach this cycle



Rendering of URBN @ Flagler Village condo tower

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As the Miami-Dade County preconstruction market increasingly shows signs of leveling off, a Miami Gardens developer is proposing a new 33-story condo tower in the Flagler Village neighborhood of downtown Fort Lauderdale.

The developer — a Florida corporation called Third Avenue Development LLC with Itay Avital — has proposed building the 217-unit URBN @ Flagler Village condo tower on a site in the 400 block of Third Avenue just northwest of the intersection of Broward Boulevard and Federal Highway, according to records from the city of Fort Lauderdale and the Florida Division Of Corporations.

The URBN @ Flagler Village project is the 39th new condo building with nearly 2,750 units combined to be announced for the downtown Fort Lauderdale and Beach market since this current real estate cycle began in 2011, according to the preconstruction condo projects website CraneSpotters.com. (For disclosure, my firm operates the website.)

The downtown Fort Lauderdale and Beach area is the third most active market east of I-95 in the tri-county South Florida region behind only the areas of Greater Downtown Miami with nearly 20,200 units and Hollywood/Hallandale Beach with nearly 4,850 units.

A large chunk of the new condos announced for downtown Fort Lauderdale and Beach market are tied to a plan that is scheduled to be heard at today’s Development Review Committee meeting, to add seven new towers with 1,250 units on the vacant land surrounding the existing Galleria Mall in the 2300 block of Sunrise Boulevard.

The preconstruction condo activity has intensified in the downtown Fort Lauderdale and Beach area in the last year as buyers and developers increasing look north away from Miami-Dade to the less active markets in Broward and Palm Beach counties.

Nearly a year ago, developers had only announced 12 new condo towers with less than 600 units in the downtown Fort Lauderdale and Beach market as of April 15, 2014, according to CraneSpotters.com.

The strengthening U.S. dollar exchange rate against most foreign currencies combined with growing concerns about the prospects of overbuilding in Miami-Dade have been cited as factors for the shift to the north.

Plans for the URBN @ Flagler Village project call for the proposed 482,000-square foot tower that includes a 3,200-square-foot restaurant to be developed on a 30,625-square-foot site that is located across the street to the north of the Strada 315 condo tower built during the last South Florida real estate cycle, according to government records.

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Massive 65-acre project will bring condos, new mall to Sunrise

http://www.miamiherald.com/news/busi...e21516066.html

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A long-dormant, 65-acre project that will bring high-rise condos and upscale retail to suburban Sunrise is set to break ground this summer.

The first phase of the mixed-use project, scheduled to open in early 2017, will include a 263-unit residential tower with views of the Everglades and a 480,000-square-foot mall anchored by the luxury cinema iPic Theaters, as well as two hotels, an apartment building and office space. It will be centered around a 21-acre park.

Completing the massive development, called Metropica, could cost more than $1 billion.
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All Aboard Florida Working On A Fifth Downtown Miami Tower And A Fort Lauderdale Rental Tower



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All Aboard Florida unveiled plans for a 20-story tower next to the Fort Lauderdale station. In addition, the company wants local officials to consider a deal that could redevelop and add new towers to property currently occupied by a bus depot, state office towers, and city hall.
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(Front page summary is severely out of date)

Some photo updates from this month taken by me...


June 21st - One West Las Olas




June 28th - The Queue (formerly the French Village)




June 21st - 8th Avenue Residence




June 28th - Lofts at Tarpon River (nearly complete)








June 28th - Icon Las Olas
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New hotel proposed on Fort Lauderdale beach



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The same group that owns the B Ocean Resort in Fort Lauderdale wants to build another hotel on the site.

CRP/InSite Clipper LLC, a joint venture between Weston-based InSite Group and Washington-based private equity firm the Carlyle Group, will take its plan before the city’s Development Review Committee on Sept. 27. It calls for a 12-story, 224-room hotel at 1137 Seabreeze Boulevard/A1A.

The 3.1-acre site is on the northeast corner of Harbor Drive and Seabreeze Boulevard. It’s part of the larger property with a 487-room hotel that CRP/InSite Clipper acquired for $107 million in 2014. They renamed the Yankee Clipper the B Ocean Resort and started extension renovations that are still ongoing.
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Broward's new courthouse, more than 1 year late, still has no opening date

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It missed its completion date by more than a year, and still there is no opening date for the long-awaited new Broward County courthouse.

Four years after ground was broken in downtown Fort Lauderdale, the $262.4 million job to build a high-rise courthouse continues to be plagued by delay.

The courthouse hit a milestone on Sept. 13, when the city issued a certificate of occupancy. But the hopes of lawyers, judges, courthouse workers and others ready to move in were quickly dashed. County officials said the building's not ready.

"Our focus has been on getting this building done for visitors, employees and residents of Broward County," assistant county administrator Alphonso Jefferson said. "It's not there yet. Have there been delays? Yes, there have been delays. But we're focused on making sure this building is done correctly."

Construction records show the project, which broke ground four years ago, was held back by a number of things, including unexpected utilities under Courthouse Drive, troubles with pedestrian crossovers and judges' requests for changes to all of the courtrooms and hearing rooms.

Jefferson said he hopes the courthouse will be open for business by year's end but has no specific date.
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Nunzio DeSantis Design For 800-Room Broward Convention Center Hotel

https://www.thenextmiami.com/nunzio-...-center-hotel/
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Broward Commissioners are considering plans for an 800-room convention center hotel at a meeting today.

If Approved, Nunzio DeSantis will design the hotel, along with Stantec.

A deal with Omni Hotels & Resorts to manage the property is also being considered.
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