Fort Lauderdale

Developer Files FAA Permits For 605-Foot-Tall Structure And 670-Foot-Tall Tower Crane In Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale’s new tallest building could soon join the existing crop of skyscrapers in the Downtown area. A November 30 filing with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) shows a review is now in progress for 633 Southeast 3rd Avenue, a 47-story mixed-use high-rise building planned for a 1.7-acre assemblage located between Southeast 6th Court and Southeast 7th Street, in the Rio Vista neighborhood south of the New River. Designed by ODA New York, led by architect and owner Eran Chen, and developed by Brooklyn, NY-based real estate developer Dependable Equities, the proposed sculptural tower is planned to yield 1,099,811 square feet of space, including 830 residential units, 12,798 square feet of commercial space, and a 9-story parking garage for 951 vehicles integrated into the podium. Flynn Engineering is serving as the civil engineer, and Witkin Hults + Partners is the landscape architect. Approval from the FAA could make this building the next tallest building in Fort Lauderdale and the first to reach the 600-foot mark.

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Renderings And Diagrams Revealed For Tubular 45-Story Mixed-Use Tower Designed By ODA In Fort Lauderdale

YIMBY spotted new renderings and diagrams from a recent submittal to the Development Review Committee (DRC) for 101 Southeast 7th Street, a new tubular 45-story mixed-use skyscraper proposed south of the New River on a 1.26-acre development site near Southeast 1st Avenue between Southeast 6th Court and Southeast 7th Street in Downtown Fort Lauderdale. Designed by ODA Architecture and developed by 116 SE 6th Court Towers LLC, an entity managed by New Jersey-based Levon Capital LLC, the nearly 557-foot-tall structure would contain 572,498 square feet of space, including 630 residential units, 5,682 square feet of ground-floor commercial space, and 713 parking spaces. Witkin Hults + Partners is listed as the landscape architect, and Flynn Engineering is the civil engineer. Toothaker is the land use attorney.

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New Leaf Development Files Plans For ‘The Muse Tower’ At 416 NE 1st Avenue In Flagler Village, Fort Lauderdale

Brooklyn-based New Leaf Development (New Leaf), led by developers John Russo and Joseph Scarpinito, has officially filed plans for The Muse Tower, a slender 30-story condominium development proposed for 408-410 and 416 Northeast 1st Avenue in Flagler Village, Fort Lauderdale – Broward County. Located between Northeast 1st Avenue and Northeast 2nd Avenue, and just north of Northeast 4th Street, the 382-foot-tall structure would comprise over 210,000 gross square feet of space including 112 residential units, 854 square feet of commercial space for an art gallery, and a parking garage for 137 vehicles. The eye-catching modern design of the tower is by New York-based INOA Architecture (INOA), led by founder and principal Murat Mutlu, and Deerfield Beach-based R-Method is the architect of record.

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Cymbal DLT Lands $32 Million Construction Loan To Break Ground On Riverwalk District Project In Fort Lauderdale

Miami-based real estate development and construction firm Cymbal DLT Companies closed on a $32 million loan from 3650 REIT that will allow it to officially prepare for the groundbreaking of its highly anticipated billion-dollar Downtown Fort Lauderdale Riverwalk district project. The first phase of the project, Riverwalk Raintree Residences, is slated to break ground on its first building in the summer of 2023. It will include two eco-friendly, mixed-use multifamily apartment towers of 28 stories and 29 stories by acclaimed architecture firm Jo Palma + Partners comprising a combined 677 residential units and 21,000 square feet of commercial space. The second phase will include an Arquitectonica-designed branded condominium tower, a branded full-service hotel, a branded yacht valet and yacht club, membership clubs, and significant food and beverage operations, which will be announced next year.

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