New York-based BAM Property Development has submitted plans to Fort Lauderdale’s Development Review Committee for a 14-story mixed-use building in the city’s Flagler Village neighborhood. Situated at 650 North Andrews Avenue and bordered by North Flagler Drive to the northwest, Northeast 7th Avenue to the north, and Northeast 1st Avenue to the east, the proposed 175-foot-tall structure is set to offer 469,680 gross square feet. This space allocation includes 215,350 square feet for residential purposes across 257 units, 74,585 square feet for amenities, tenant storage, common areas, and 11,400 square feet designated for retail use. The development also plans to feature an integrated parking garage with a capacity of 361 vehicles. The design team includes Idea Architects as the design architect, Architectural Alliance Landscape as the landscape architect, Flynn Engineering as the civil engineer, DC Engineers, Inc. as the traffic engineer, and Stephanie J. Toothaker, ESQ as the land use attorney. The project was set for review on November 28.
Today, Fort Lauderdale’s Development Review Committee will review plans from New York-based Kushner Companies for the development of 400 North Andrews. This project envisions a mixed-use complex anchored by twin 41-story residential towers over a multistory podium at 400 to 446 North Andrews Avenue in Flagler Village, bordering the downtown area, designed by Adache Group Architects, with Architectural Alliance Landscape as the landscape architect and Flynn Engineering as the civil engineer. The development, if approved, will encompass 1,407,205 square feet of space, including 682,945 square feet of residential space with 852 apartments, 44,531 square feet of amenities, 5,481 square feet for retail and restaurants, and parking facilities for 872 vehicles. These towers will reach a height of 477 feet to the roof or 510 feet to the bulkhead, making them some of the tallest proposed or planned buildings in Fort Lauderdale.
A 15-story hotel has been proposed at 3001 Alhambra Street in Central Beach, Fort Lauderdale. Roslyn Heights, NY-based Hariom Realty LLC, is developing the 200-foot-tall building. The development is going by the name 42 Hotel and is planned to encompass 90,260 gross square feet of space, including 28,693 square feet of lodging space spread across 75 keys, 984 square feet of ancillary retail, 3,771 square feet of amenities, and 47 parking spaces. Adache Group Architects is listed as the architect, and Andres Escobar is the interior designer.
The Federal Aviation Administration is reviewing permits for a 45-story mixed-use building at 101 Southeast 7th Street in Fort Lauderdale. The tower, if approved, is set to be a significant addition to the city’s skyline, rising 574 feet above ground or 580 feet above mean sea level. The project is being developed by Levon Capital and Ozer Neiman, with architectural design by ODA Architecture.
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.