Fort Lauderdale Neighborhood Spotlight: Flagler Village

Development is afoot in Fort Lauderdale’s Flagler Village area. Since the early 2,000s, the area has been gaining popularity among developers with recently built and proposed projects for housing while restaurants, cafes and breweries have been opening up. Namely “FAT Village,” (Flagler Arts and Technology Village), an area within the neighborhood has been a focus as of late. Both Henry’s Sandwich Station debuted earlier this year as well as General Provision, a co-working space nearby.

According to Clarence Woods, Fort Lauderdale Community Redevelopment Agency manage for the Northwest-Progresso-Flagler Heights area, these local and successful businesses are inspiring developers to want to build nearby.  

“What’s happening in Flagler is happening naturally, and what we’re looking to do is take advantage of what’s happening to allow that momentum to come northwest and westward in a managed way,” Woods said. “What’s exciting about that is that the area’s been populated and there’s density that’s going to create the need for more goods and services. Developers are talking about commercial development opportunities that would bring in more amenities.”

Woods has shared that there are 13 sizeable projects that lie on the northwest and west sides of Flagler that are scheduled to bring hundreds of residential units to the area as well as mixed-use projects. Here is a quick snapshot at what is coming down the pike:

ID Flagler Village – 113 NE 6th St. – Townhouse with 24 units recently opened.

ArchCo Metropolitan – 500 N. Andrews – 385 Apartments, restaurants, retail and 754 parking spaces. Ground broke in March.

FATCity – Corner of N. Andrews and NE 3rd St. Final plans TBD. This was approved for 612 apartments, retail, office space and 1,300 parking spaces. The owner decided to sell so plans are to be seen.

The SIX13 – 613 NW 3rd Ave. – This project includes 142 workforce rental units, retail space and 240 parking spaces.

Hilton – This dual project will boast 112 rooms as well as 106 extended -stay rooms. There will also be 5,000 SF of meeting space, a fitness center, 102 parking spaces and outdoor bar.

Gallery at FATVillage – This project includes 41 market rate apartments, 12 stories of affordable apartments for restricted income individuals, 232 parking spaces, pool, fitness center and clubhouse.

Finally, a few restaurants are also being opened. Rank & File Social Club is slated to open this year at 702 NE 1st Ave. Bungalow, a new entertainment and dining venue, is scheduled to open next year at 810 NE 4th Ave. This will boast 3,500 SF of indoor space and 6,500 of outdoor.