Residential


Okan Tower Gets Slight Height Reduction In New FAA Filing, Permits For Tower Cranes Filed

An October 5th filing at the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) reveals Okan Tower, the 70-story mixed-use skyscraper planned for 555 North Miami Avenue in Downtown Miami, has gotten a slight height reduction. New building permit applications show the massive tower would rise 893 feet, or 906 feet above sea level, a decrease of 9 feet from the previously planned 902 feet and 915 feet above sea level. The tulip-inspired tower is designed by Behar Font & Partners for developer Okan Group. It will be anchored by Hilton Hotel & Residences and yield 399 residential units mixed between condos and condo-hotel units, a five-star resort-hotel with 316 rooms, 67,588 square feet of Class A office space, and nearly 3,000 square feet of retail/commercial space. Civic Construction is the project’s general contractor, located on the southeast corner of the intersection between North Miami Avenue and Northeast 6th Street.

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Related Group Proposes 45-Story ‘Las Olas Condominiums’ At 521 E. Las Olas Blvd. In Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale’s Development Review Committee will consider plans for Las Olas Condominiums, a 45-story mixed-use building proposed for 521 East Las Olas Boulevard in the Downtown corridor, adjacent to Southeast 6th Street and the South Federal Highway tunnel. Designed by Pininfarina with Cohen Freedman Encinosa & Associates Architects and developed by Miami’s condo king, the Related Group, the 531-foot-tall structure will contain 192 multifamily residential dwelling units, a 3,684-square-foot restaurant on the ground floor, and 364 parking spaces in a structured parking garage. Architectural Alliance Landscape is the landscape architect, and Botek Thurlow Engineering Inc. is the civil engineer for the project, which is expected to yield 352,551 square feet of residential space with an average of 1,836 square feet per unit.

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