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Metropica project moving forward despite lawsuit

Metropica, a $1 billion mega-development set to rise west of Sawgrass Mills, won key approvals from City Hall on Tuesday night.   The 4-million-square-foot development would add hundreds of homes, offices and businesses to western Broward County. The first two phases call for 1,250 high-rise units, 485,000 square...

Sunrise development site trades for $15.4M

A multifamily development site in Sunrise changed hands for $15.4 million.   The West Palm Beach-based Richman Group of Florida picked up 6.9 acres at the intersection of Northwest 21st Street and 136th Avenue, according to Wednesday’s announcement released by brokerage ARA, which arranged the transaction. K-Group...

Metropica gets green light in Sunrise

Commission approves development agreement; project to break ground in 2015   SUNRISE — Metropica, a $1 billion project with enough square feet to hold 70 football fields, will change the skyline of western Broward with buildings up to 30 stories — the tallest in Sunrise.   Sitting as the...

Metropica project seeks approval in Sunrise

Metropica, one of the largest mega-developments ever planned in Broward County, comes to City Hall on Tuesday for approval.   Sunrise commissioners are expected to vote on a development agreement that would expire in May 2029.   Metropica would rise on the edge of the Everglades and west of...

Proposed project could increase tax revenue by $1B in Sunrise

In the coming years, Sunrise might be able to increase its tax revenue by $1 billion.   Project Bravo, a development company, and the city have a proposed plan that would build out the western part of Sunrise. The development project would include residential, commercial and office...

Metropica project would be nearly twice as big as Sawgrass Mills

It's like nothing that has ever been built in South Florida.   Known as Metropica, the "city within a city" would have:   • More than 2,000 condos • 300 townhomes • Enough commercial space to hold 11 Wal-Marts.   The massive, $1.5 billion project — nearly double the size of the neighboring...

New Broward policy aims to help the “hard to hire”

County contractors must consider felons, homeless, poor for jobs A controversial "Workforce Investment Act'' that requires county contractors to consider hiring felons, dropouts, homeless and other "hard to hire'' people was passed Tuesday on a split vote by the Broward County Commission.   Commissioners debated for nearly three...

Miami’s design influence spreads globally

October 24, 2014 - The Real Deal Leading architects, designers discuss increasingly competitive market during TRD showcase Miami’s latest condo boom is substantially boosting the city’s profile in the design world, according to a panel of leading architects and interior designers who participated in The Real Deal’s...

Metropica builder partners with design firm

September 29, 2014 - Sunsentinel   The Trillist Cos. Inc. says it has partnered with YOO Studio to design the first of eight condominium towers at the huge Metropica development in Sunrise.   The 28-story YOO at Metropica will have 263 one-, two- and three-bedroom units, plus 10 penthouses....

Trillist taps Yoo Studio for first Metropica tower

September 22, 2014 - The Real Deal   The initial tower will feature 263 luxury units   The Trillist Companies is partnering with YOO Studio to design the interiors and brand the first of eight residential condominium towers at Metropica.   Located in Sunrise, the 28-story YOO at Metropica will feature...