Florida’s Commercial Construction Market

Miami-2020The commercial construction industry is looking good for the State of Florida. According to recent surveys, the South Florida metropolitan area had the second-most contraction contracts awarded in the first half of 2015.

The survey recorded $2.96 billion in commercial and multifamily construction starts in the tri-county area, behind only New York with a massive $17.3 billion. South Florida had more construction than larger metro areas such as Los Angeles, Houston, Dallas, Chicago and Washington, D.C.

Here is a look at commercial construction projects up for bid, pulled from EliteProNet‘s database:

Project Title Project Location Due Date
Dollar Tree #8780 – Ft. Myers

This project calls for the renovations of an existing 12,585 SF retail space
Ft. Myers, Florida 33905 Oct 29th
H&M #US482 – Ft. Lauderdale

This project calls for the renovations of an existing 27,831 SF retail space
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33304 Sep 30th
Galleria Mall Elevator Lobby – Fort Lauderdale

This project calls for the renovations of an existing space to allow for a new elevator shaft and lobby area
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33304 Sep 29th
Staples #0625 – Vero Beach

This project calls for demising renovations of an existing 24,666 SF down to 9,117 SF retail space
Vero Beach, Florida 32960 Sep 25th
Palm Meadows Clubhouse – Boynton Beach

This project calls for the new construction of a 12,172 SF clubhouse with associated site work
Boynton Beach, Florida 33473 Sep 25th
Promise in Brevard – West Melbourne (Negotiated)

This project calls for the new construction of an apartment complex with associated site work
West Melbourne, Florida 32904 Sep 25th
Pizza Hut – Orlando

This project calls for the renovations of an existing 2,135 SF into a restaurant
Orlando, Florida 32808 Sep 24th

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Most recently, A major North Brevard County landowner has gotten county approval for two zoning changes that could lead to new commercial construction projects off Interstate 95 in Scottsmoor.

County commissioners unanimously approved the zoning changes for Swallowtail LLC, an affiliated company of the Miami Corp., which controls 11,500 acres in northern Brevard County and 47,000 acres in southern Volusia County in what’s known as the Farmton Tract. The area now is dominated by tree-farming operations.

The Miami Corp.’s long-range plan is to have retail, commercial, industrial and residential development on some of the land, while setting aside other sections of land to be undeveloped, serving as areas for wetlands restoration.

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