157th Avenue LLC a Delaware Corporation
Date Formed 4/28/2014
Title VP SWARTZ, RON 4042 PARK OAKS BLVD., SUITE 300 TAMPA, FL 33610 Title CFO SWARTZ, RON 4042 PARK OAKS BLVD., SUITE 300 TAMPA, FL 33610
Ron Schwartz also in involved with Foundation for Adult Living 401K Plan.
Lobbyist hired the end of July: Hugo Arza, Michael Freire, Joseph G Goldstein, Brian D. Kenyon, Alan Krischer, Ines Marrero-Priegues, Juan Mayol, Richard A. Perez, Tracy Slavens, Alberto Torres
The address in Tampa houses Rasmussen College and Greystone Health Networks. I called planning they are not going for a Comp Plan Change. Anyone know what is going on with this 157th Avenue LLC? I could find nothing in Property Appraiser search. This was all I could find for this company:
|From the above description I got this location|
Ludlam trail: (We wrote about this previously Sept. 30th). The Flagler Corp. wants to build over 2,000 residential units (wouldn't accept those numbers they want more). The people want a linear park but can't afford to pay Flagler for the land. It is 6.2 miles going from South Miami to the Miami International Airport. Flagler wants homes but it is zoned for transportation. There is a article in the Miami Herald today that the Planning Board moved the application forward:
Members of the Miami-Dade County Planning Advisory Board voted Monday to push forward a controversial land-use amendment application involving a stretch of abandoned railroad land known as the Ludlam Trail.
"The board recommended that the County Commission approve the application, which would carry out a longstanding vision for the 6.2-mile corridor to become a bike and pedestrian trail running from Dadeland Mall to the Miami International Airport.
But to sustain the trail, Flagler, the company that owns the land, wants to build homes and commercial buildings along the corridor, which runs through neighborhoods, industrial malls and parks.
For residents, that’s where the controversy comes in.
Many are worried that the application doesn’t assign enough priority to the trail. Most want the company to withdraw the application and start from scratch with more resident involvement.
“I think that this community and this company, if we work together, could do better than that,” said Victor Dover, a local urban designer and board member of the Friends of the Ludlam Trail, a nonprofit group formed to support creation of the bike and pedestrian path."