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Fort Lauderdale’s DNA Towers Get Height Increase To 550 Feet In New FAA Building Permit Filings

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) received new applications for building permits to allow vertical construction for DNA Towers, a pair of mixed-use towers planned for 300 North Andrews Avenue at the border between Flagler Village and the Central Business District in Fort Lauderdale. According to the permit filings, the 40 and 45-story towers are now planned to rise 550 feet, or 555 feet above sea level, roughly 50 feet higher than the previous filing in May. Designed by Miami-based Seiger Suarez Architects with landscaping from EGS2 Corp and developed by Fort Lauderdale-based BH3 Management (BH3), the 1.4-million-square-foot development will comprise 612 residential units, roughly 60,000 square feet of experiential retail/commercial space, and a 7-story parking garage with 890 parking spaces.

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PMG And Sentral Partner Up For Dual-Tower, 1.5-Million-Square-Foot Mixed-Use Development At 130 SW 8th Street In Brickell, Miami

National investment, development, and asset management firm Property Markets Group (PMG), and Sentral, the rapidly expanding prop-tech company creating the world’s largest flexible living community, announced a partnership to develop a two-phase, 803-unit multifamily community with more than 15,000 square feet of retail space in the heart of Miami’s Brickell neighborhood. The acquisition of the site at 130 Southwest 8th Street will mark Sentral and PMG’s first partnership, as well as Sentral’s first purpose-built development as part of the brand’s national expansion. Phase one includes a 550-foot-tall, 46-story tower with 570 units and will break ground in late 2022, with completion slated in late 2024. Phase two will include a 380-foot-tall, 31-story tower with 233 units. 

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FAA Building Permits Filed For 500-Foot-Tall DNA Towers In Fort Lauderdale

Miami-based BH3 Management (BH3) has applied for building permits with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for DNA Towers, a planned mixed-use development encompassing twin multifamily towers of 40 and 45 stories set to reside at 300 North Andrews Avenue in Fort Lauderdale. Designed by Sieger Suarez Architects with landscaping from EGS2 Corp, plans call for two 500-foot-tall structures comprising just over 1.4 million square feet including 612 residential units, approximately 60,000 square feet of  prime experiential retail and commercial space, and a 7-story parking garage with 890 parking spaces. DNA Towers are proposed to become two of the tallest buildings in Fort Lauderdale, surpassing the current tallest, the 499-foot-tall 100 Las Olas.

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Site Plan Applications Filed For 2606 Palm Aire Drive North In Pompano Beach

Site plan applications have been filed for Palmaire, a 7-story residential building proposed to rise at 2606 Palm Aire Drive North in Pompano Beach. The interior lot is located west of Powerline Road, bound by North Palm Aire Drive on the south and Plam Aire Drive North on the north and situated adjacent to the Palm Aire Country Club. Designed by Miami-based GS Architecture with EGS2 Corp as the landscape architect for Miami-based developer Premium Development, Inc., the development is projected to yield 120,463 square feet of new construction over a 2.22-acre site, including 77,329 square feet of residential space across 99 units and 133 parking spaces. 

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Renderings Revealed For Proposed Twin ‘DNA’ Towers With 612-Units At 300 & 330 N. Andrews Avenue In Fort Lauderdale

Renderings from Sieger Suarez Architects have been revealed for two identical towers of 40 and 45 stories proposed as a mixed-use development at 300 and 330 North Andrews Avenue in Downtown Fort Lauderdale. New York City and Fort Lauderdale-based developer BH3 is planning on developing 1,428,920 square feet of space across two 500-foot-tall structures including 612 residential units, 56,317 square feet of commercial space across the first two levels, and a 7-story parking garage with 890 parking spaces. The proposed height for the towers would add them to the ranks of the tallest buildings in Fort Lauderdale if approved. EGS2 Corp is listed as the landscaping architect with Orlando-based Graef as the civil engineer.

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