Development boom continues in Flagler Village. Here's a look at 5 planned projects.

Over the span of 15 years, Flagler Village has been transformed into one of the most walkable neighborhoods of Fort Lauderdale.

 “I wish I had taken a video of how bad this neighborhood was,” said Charlie Ladd, president and principal of Barron Commercial Development and a board member of the Fort Lauderdale Downtown Development Authority (DDA). “It was a bunch of dilapidated rentals, duplexes and triplexes. It was a small slum, basically.”

But now, Flagler Village is packed with high-end apartment buildings with monthly rents that span from $3,000 to $4,800 a month, Ladd said.

That development has also helped enhance the size of Fort Lauderdale’s downtown area. According to a recent report from the DDA, 3,500 residential units have been built in Flagler Village in the past decade. Its population increased by 107% since 2010 and has nearly 7,000 residents. In addition, the median household income is about $140,000 a year, Ladd said.

And more development is on the way. The DDA estimates that 50% of downtown Fort Lauderdale’s projects are in Flagler Village.

On Nov. 14, Fort Lauderdale’s Development Review Committee is considering a developer’s plans for the half-acre site at 730 and 738 N.E. Fourth Ave. Albo Group wants to build apartments. See more details here.

And here are five more projects planned in Flagler Village.

901 North

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Rendering of 901 North


901 North is a massive mixed-use project with about 800 apartments, more than 104,000 square feet of office, a hotel, and at least 98,000 square feet of retail that Denver-based AIMCO (NYSE: AIV) plans to build on the 5.6-acre site.

Read more: Development plan revealed for former Searstown site in Fort Lauderdale (Photos)

T3 FAT Village

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Rendering of T3 FAT Village project.

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T3 FAT Village is a 5.6 acre mixed-use project that will include hundreds of apartments, at least 70,000 square feet for retail, and about 180,000 square feet for Class A office.

Read more: Hines plans to start new FAT Village project in Fort Lauderdale this summer (Photos)

Flagler Sixth

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The Flagler Sixth project in Fort Lauderdale.

SB Architects

Flagler Sixth is a mixed-use project being developed in phases by Ladd’s Barron Commercial Development and Hudson Capital Group. The first phase, consisting of a four-story retail and office building, has just been finished, Ladd said.

Read more: Apartment building with grocery store planed in Fort Lauderdale

400 N. Andrews

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The 41-story project at 400 N. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale.

Adache Group Architects

400 N. Andrews includes a pair of 41-story apartment towers that New York-based Kushner Cos. wants to build on properties owned by the Dan Marino Foundation.

Read more: Kushner has Dan Marino Foundation site in Broward County under contract (Photos)

Mount Herman Apartments

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Housing Trust Group will build the Mount Hermon Apartments at 750 N.W. Fourth St., Fort Lauderdale.

Housing Trust Group

Mount Herman is a rare example of an affordable housing project in the neighborhood. The seven-story apartment is for low- and moderate-income seniors 

Read more: HTG to build $44 million Mount Hermon affordable senior apartments in Flagler Village

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