2851 & 2901 Northeast 9th Court. Designed by NBWW Architects.

Renderings Revealed For 2851 And 2901 Northeast 9th Court In Central Beach, Fort Lauderdale

Renderings and site plans have been revealed in a new filing to Fort Lauderdale’s Design Review Committee for 2851 and 2901 Northeast 9th Court, two 12-story mixed-use buildings proposed to rise 120-feet each in the Sunrise Lane Area District of Central Beach. Designed by NBWW Architects and developed by Sunrise FTL Ventures LLLP, an affiliate of Miami-based Integra Investments, the two structures will yield a combined 242,545 square feet split between a condominium tower and a hotel tower. Each tower will have approximately 200-feet of frontage along Northeast 9th Court as well as East Sunrise Boulevard, bound by North Birch Road on the east and the Sunrise East Condominium on the west. Design Studio Boca is the landscape architect with Flynn Engineering as the civil engineer.

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Waldorf Astoria Miami. Rendering courtesy of ArX Solutions USA LLC.

PMG Applies For Demolition Permits At The Site Of The Upcoming Waldorf Astoria Miami

Demolition permits have been filed for the remaining structures at 300 Biscayne Boulevard, the future site of Miami’s first supertall mixed-use skyscraper – the Waldorf Astoria Hotel & Residences. Designed by Carlos Ott with Sieger Suarez Architects as the architect of record and developed by New York City’s Property Markets Group with Canada-based Greybrook Realty Partners, the structure is set to rise 1,049-feet across 100 stories over Downtown Miami and Biscayne Bay.

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525 South Andrews Avenue. Designed by Dorsky + Yue International Architecture.

The FAA Grants Approvals For 491-Foot-Tall 525 South Andrews Avenue In Fort Lauderdale

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has given clearance to 525 South Andrews Avenue, aka 525 Andrews, a 46-story mixed-use skyscraper planned for Downtown Fort Lauderdale. According to a new document recently posted to their website, the FAA has determined that “the structure would have no substantial adverse effect on the safe and efficient utilization of the navigable airspace by aircraft or on the operation of air navigation facilities.” The structure will now be allowed to rise 491-feet, or 498-feet above sea level, and is designed by  Dorsky + Yue International Architecture. Federal City Property Investors, LLC is the developer behind the project.

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