Related Companies Applies For Two Tower Cranes At 575 South Rosemary Avenue In West Palm Beach

575 Rosemary. Designed by Elkus Manfredi Architects and Leo A. Daly. Rendering courtesy of Related Companies.

The Federal Aviation Administration received applications for permits to assemble two towers cranes for the construction of 575 Rosemary, a 21-story mixed-use tower to be developed at 575 South Rosemary Avenue in West Palm Beach by New York’s Related Companies, encompassing over 500,000 square feet of new construction including 364 state-of-the-art luxury residences, ground floor commercial space and parking. The project is designed by Boston-based Elkus Manfredi Architects and Omaha-based Leo A. Daly with Meyer Davis leading interior design. The new structure will rise in the heart of The Square, an upscale Mediterranean and Venetian-themed mixed-use complex owned by Related, offering residents easy access to the best of West Palm Beach’s local arts, culture and wellness programming, as well as entertainment and shopping corridors in the downtown area.

The filings for the tower cranes occurred on March 21, 2022, and are proposed to rise 335-feet and 375-feet, or 356-feet and 396-feet above mean sea level. According to the coordinates provided, the shorter crane would be assembled at the center of the northern frontage, while the taller crane would be erected near the southwest corner of the lot. The exact type of cranes that will be in use and who the operator will be has yet to be revealed.

North crane of 335-feet. Photo from the FAA.

South crane of 375-feet. Photo from the FAA.

The previous building stood for nearly 20 years and was anchored by a 108,000-square-foot Macy’s department store. The famed retail flagship venue closed in 2017, which served as one of several anchors for what was once known as CityPlace. The building was demolished in 2020 and is cleared for vertical construction of the new tower.

575 South Rosemary Avenue back in April 2019. Photo from Google Maps.

575 South Rosemary Avenue in January 2021. Photo from Google Maps.

We don’t have exact heights or dimensions of the project just yet, but one can confidently assume the structure should rise north of 210-feet considering there are 21-stories, spacing each residential floor to approximately 10-feet. It’s merely speculation, but we could see a 220- to 230-foot-tall tower rise here.

575 Rosemary is also the first development in downtown West Palm Beach dedicating 15% of units to workforce housing. Residents will have access to many exclusive amenities such as a fitness center, outdoor deck and pool and lush rooftop gardens.

Related’s website says completion is expected by 2023.

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