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Sabbia Beach Construction Update

Construction Update

  Sabbia Beach Oceanfront Residences


December 15, 2016

Yesterday, the first half of the massive second floor slab was poured.

It is the first level parking for Sabbia Beach residents. Next week they will pour the second half which willcomplete the first level parking. Over the next three weeks, preparation for the pouring of the third floor slab which is the second level parking for Sabbia Beach.



The wonderful Sabbia Beach project is now under construction.

Its estimated completion is early 2018.




Construction Update


Relaxation is a way of life at Sabbia’s Pompano Beach condos, whether it’s on the beach, by the pool or in one of our spa treatment rooms. But with Fort Lauderdale just to the south and Boca Raton just to the north, you’re only minutes away from world-class shopping, dining, boating, golfing, theater, museums, attractions and more.

Read about the Sabbia lifestyle in our website:


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Key-plan showing location of typical units at Sabbia Beach





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United Realty Group Inc.

(954) 296-6741






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THE GALE – Fort Lauderdale – New Town-homes released

Recently released by the developer of THE GALE





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New Construction Miami News

New Construction Miami News


FAA warns six Miami towers could be too tall, including Related Group projects



We read today in the South Florida Business Journal:
The FAA notified developers of six high-rise towers in Miami in August that their proposed projects could be too tall, including two condo buildings by the Related Group.
The “notice of presumed hazard” letters are interim warnings and not final rulings. They’re based on the FAA’s initial findings that the towers could obstruct or have an adverse physical or electromagnetic effect on aircraft landing at Miami International Airport, which is west of downtown Miami.
The developers have 60 days to request that the FAA conduct further study, which could take an additional 120 days.
Miami-based Related Group got FAA letters on its Auberge Residences and Spa at 1400 Biscayne Blvd. and its unnamed residential/hotel tower at 444 Brickell Ave. The developer wanted Auberge to reach 530 feet and 444 Brickell to soar 635 feet, but the FAA recommended 445 feet and 465 feet, respectively.
Carlos Rosso, head of condo development at the Related Group, couldn’t immediately be reached for comment.
Florida East Coast Realty got an FAA warning for its 1201 Brickell Bay, proposed with 955 feet and 787 residences. Yet, the FAA said those plans should be cut to 489 feet. FECR VP Dean Warhaft couldn’t immediately be reached for comment.
New York-based Chetrit Group’s CG Miami River wants its mixed-use project on the Miami River to rise 622 feet, but the FAA said it should be restricted to 421 feet. Located at Southwest 3rd Avenue between Southwest 5th Street and Southwest 6th Street, the project would have a mix of residential, hotel, retail and office space. Chetrit representatives could not be reached for comment.
Louis R. Montello’s Regalia Beach Developers, the same group that built the Regalia condominium in Sunny Isles Beach, plan to build a 969-foot-tall Regalia Biscayne at 340 Biscayne Blvd. The property, currently a hotel, is under contract to be sold to them. Yet, the FAA said the tower should be only 457 feet tall.
The Elysee Residences aims to be the tallest condo tower in Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood, but not if the FAA gets its way. Two Roads Development’s proposal for a 644-foot tower at 700 N.E. 23rd Street could be cut to 467 feet.
Executives for Regalia Beach Developers and Two Roads could not immediately be reached for comment.
It should be noted that the FAA’s findings are preliminary and further study could ease its height restrictions for these projects. Still, this is a reminder why Miami likely won’t have Dubai-style skyscrapers.  Aug 31, 2015 – South Florida Business Journal

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