ID Flagler Village Townhomes, Near Fort Lauderdale’s Brightline Station is Complete
Miller Construction Company has completed ID Flagler Village for developer Ceiba Groupe, delivering one of the first new-construction, luxury rental townhome communities in the Fort Lauderdale market in many years.
With 24 three-story residences in four contemporary buildings, ID Flagler Village wraps the corner of NE 6 Street and NE 1st Avenue, in the art-centric Flagler Village neighborhood, just north of Downtown and the new Brightline station. To fast-track the project, Miller built all four of ID Flagler Village’s buildings simultaneously. “With minimal staging area on-site in a busy urban location, precise scheduling was vital,” said Brian Sudduth, president of Miller Construction Company.
Designed by Adache Group Architects of Fort Lauderdale, ID Flagler Village’s two- and three-bedroom residences with private, attached two-car garages offer an innovative alternative to Flagler Village’s large apartment complexes. Miller’s crews crafted the townhomes with 10-foot ceilings and upscale finishes including plank flooring, stainless steel appliances, and custom-finish features for the walk-in closets.
“Miller partnered with us to create ID Flagler Village as the urban oasis we envisioned,” said Ceiba Groupe Managing Principal Jeremy Bedzow. “With Fort Lauderdale’s economy seeing strong growth, and the Brightline now a reality, fresh rental choices are crucial to support the in-city lifestyles emerging in Flagler Village and other near-downtown neighborhoods,” he added.