Metropica Admin, Author at Metropica

THE SUN RISES ON METROPICA

One of the largest mixed-use communities in the U. S. started small. Only a few hundred vehicles a day passed by the intersection of West Sunrise Boulevard and NW 136th Avenue.  “The number of cars at the corner of [this intersection] when I first started was...

THE 8 BIGGEST REAL ESTATE PROJECTS COMING TO SOUTH FLORIDA

In western Broward County, Joseph Kavana’s Metropica Development LLC is developing one of the largest projects in South Florida. The $1.5 billion Metropica project in Sunrise will include a hotel, 2,250 residences, 485,000 square feet of retail space and 650,000 square feet of office space....

RENDERINGS REVEALED: METROPICA

Metropica just released renderings of its first of eight residential buildings planned for the master-planned community in west Broward. Metopica One is part of Joseph Kavana’s $1.5 billion project in Sunrise at 1800 Northwest 136th Avenue, on the northeast corner of Sunrise Boulevard and 136th...

METROPICA UNVEILS OFFICE BUILDING DESIGN, STARTS LEASING

The 65-acre Metropica project in Sunrise has unveiled the design of its first office buildings and tapped CBRE to launch its leasing efforts. The $1.5 billion project is bringing multifamily, shopping, dining, a hotel and entertainment to a site near the Sawgrass Mills mall and...

METROPICA MIXED-USE COMMUNITY UNVEILS NEW RENDERINGS FOR ITS FIRST RESIDENTIAL TOWER

SUNRISE, FL–Metropica, one of the nation’s largest under-construction mixed-use communities, recently released new renderings of its first residential tower: Metropica One.Showcasing some of the properties’ contemporary design elements and spectacular views, the renderings give a fresh glimpse into the residential tower, which will be fully...

VIEWS OF THE FUTURE

Perspectives on what's to come around the state. Up, Up and Away “Florida is now entering an era where a confluence of factors, including scarcity of land in key areas, along with lack of mass transit, is driving vertical construction. These micro-cities are allowing people to live closer...