Other veterans from the real estate boom, such as Carlos Ott, who designed two Jade projects for Defortuna, are at work again in South Florida, designing Apogee Beach in Hollywood and 1100 Millecento in Miami for Related.
Another trend in the market is taking a smaller approach to projects, which is what Kobi Karp did with the 45-residence Palau Sunset Harbour for SMG Management, which includes the Roy E. Disney family investment fund. And developers are using buyer deposits to help pay for construction, which is one of the factors driving the development and planning. With projects smaller in both height and the number of units, architects are being given the freedom to push the boundaries of design to help differentiate and promote them, Karp said.
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