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Kushner Companies Proposes Mixed-Use Development Anchored By Two Slender 41-Story Towers At 400 N. Andrews Avenue In Fort Lauderdale

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.

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Aimco Seeks Site Plan Amendment For 3-Towered Mixed-Use Development At Former Searstown Site In Fort Lauderdale

Denver-based real estate firm Aimco┬áis making significant strides in Fort Lauderdale by submitting a site plan amendment application for 901 North, a proposed three-towered mixed-use development at 901 North Federal Highway in the trendy Flagler Village neighborhood. The developer aims to modify the initial approvals for the 5.64-acre property in accordance with the City of Fort Lauderdale’s Unified Land Development Regulations (ULDR). Designed by Stantec, who also serves as the architect of record, with MAKwork as the landscape architect and Flynn Engineering as the civil engineer, under the revised plans, the development calls for 1,818,360 square feet of space, including 803,060 square feet across 797 residential units, 110,383 square feet of hotel space with 188 rooms, 202,495 square feet of commercial space, and a 659,672-square-foot parking garage with 1,977 spaces.

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Nautica Hotel And Residences Proposed By Cymbal DLT Companies In Downtown Fort Lauderdale

Plans have been filed for Nautica Hotel and Residences, a massive multi-towered mixed-use complex proposed for a 3.82-acre development site south of Fort Lauderdale’s New River, nestled in between Southwest 3rd Avenue on the north, Southwest Flagler Avenue on the south and Southwest 5th Street on the west. Designed by Arquitectonica with landscape architecture by ESDA, Inc. and developed by Cymbal DLT Companies, the project calls for three towers yielding nearly 2 million square feet of space, including a 32-story hotel with 148 keys, a 50-story condominium with 241 units, and a 39-story rental tower with 454 units. Langan Engineering is the civil engineer, Traf Tech Engineer is the traffic engineer, and Toothaker is the land use attorney for the proposed development, which encompasses properties addressed as 400, 420 Southwest 3rd Avenue and 201 Southwest 5th Street in the Tarpon River neighborhood of the Downtown corridor.

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