43-Story Residential Tower proposed Near Brightline’s Fort Lauderdale Station

Plans have just been submitted for a new 43-story Fort Lauderdale residential tower called 200 Third.

The new tower will be located at 200 NE Third Street, about a 10-minute walk away from Brightline’s Fort Lauderdale station, according to Google Maps.

200 Third is proposed to include:

  • 388 residential units
  • 488 parking spaces in a 9-story podium (the maximum podium height permitted in Fort Lauderdale)
  • 2,300 square feet of ground floor retail

The tower height is proposed at 448 feet.

National Realty Investments Advisors is the developer.

Humphreys & Partners Architects of Dallas is the architect.

The project was scheduled for review by the city’s Development Review Committee at a meeting yesterday.

 

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Anonymous
1 month ago

This already the second project just in Flagler Village announced in only a few momth hat would rise over 400 ft. Fort Lauderdale is maturing as a city.

Melo is chad and sigma
1 month ago

Flager/ Mas area is going to be dense. Going to their art walk this weekend.

Anonymous
1 month ago

MASS, not Mas.

peej
1 month ago

no reason to downvote here, MASS = Music & Arts South of Sunrise.

I’m not sure which name is worse, that or FAT Village. FAT = Flagler Arts & Technology.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I don’t think tall buildings should be an indicator of maturity. I think it’s much more important to have an active, engaging city.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Quit thinking…

Anonymous
1 month ago

Who cares

Anonymous
1 month ago

And closing down main roads at the same time how’s that gonna work? Scooters??

Anonymous
1 month ago

Nice one! Fort Lauderdale is growing like crazy. Also they build here FAST. Every building goes at Melo speed.

Anonymous
1 month ago

We need more west palm posts

Melo is chad and sigma
1 month ago

Honestly want to know the status on the boca brightline station

Fern
1 month ago

Roaming Railway Fan on YouTube is good for this. He’s following the building of the railway with drones and has great footage

Anonymous
1 month ago

Agreed (considering many of the major players in West Palm are Miami Developers and many Palm Beach County based Developers are also major players in Miami (Natiivo tower U/C is example of work by a Palm Beach developer)

Anonymous
1 month ago

Quick West Palm update:
1) 360 Rosemary recently opened
2) One West Palm (two tower complex, each 30-stories) nearly complete, with glass installation complete on residential tower and glass installation beginning soon office/hotel portion
3) La Clara, a new 25-story condo along the intercostal being build by a Canadian developer, us U/C and is nearing completion
4) Related Companies recently broke ground on One Flagler, the new 25-story office building being built along the intercostal above a church. It is being touted as one of the most important projects in PBC.
5) Forte, another new 25-story condo, just received a loan and is likely to begin construction soon

Anonymous
1 month ago

Thank you

Anonymous
1 month ago

I pray West Palm Point will clear the hurdles One Flagler did. Jeff Greed of One West Palm tried to influence the city to kill it so he would have less competition for his Arquitectonica copy-and-paste from what looks like a stale Miami proposal. He’s really kicking the can down the road with it, after stopping construction for almost a year.

Yet Another Anonymous
1 month ago

Palm Beach Posts

Anonymous
1 month ago

very basic design but those towers bring density and attract investing so this could be a nice downtown in the making

Anonymous
1 month ago

Arquitectonica could at least learn from these folks from Dallas how make a box with wavy balconies look appealing. The crown is a nice touch, too.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Great looking tower!

Anonymous
1 month ago

fort Lauderdale to the mooooon

Michael
1 month ago

Boring design

Anonymous
1 month ago

Park-ing Podium! Clap! Clap! Clap clap clap!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Why, they are restricting traffic to two lanes. Everywhere. No possible way to evacuate. One big solid block of concrete down town.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Wow, what a hideous parking podium

Anonymous
1 month ago

I’ve lived in Downtown Lauderdale / Flagler Village area and it’s an awesome neighborhood. One of the biggest differences is not having an interstate dump out onto Las Olas. Can you imagine? Makes such a difference just having a normal, walkable downtown.

Fort Lauderdale will emerge as a more high-end, more desirable location than the insanity and danger of Downtown Miami.

Ciparoo
1 month ago

Fort Lauderdale as more high-end location than Miami…Hmm…

Melo is Sigma and Chad
1 month ago

Buddy sunrise and browsed blvd are like highways with their three lanes both directions

Anonymous
1 month ago

What’s your point?

Anonymous
1 month ago

They are not even close to an elevated 10-lane highway cutting right through your downtown. And the Flagler Village / Riverwalk / Downtown area is all transforming into a pedestrian-oriented, gridded, and walkable neighborhood. Just wish they would invest in some sort of transit.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Danger of Downtown Miami? Are you kidding? Everyday there are several murders in Ft. Lauderdale. Just watch the nightly news.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yeah in the ghetto not on Las Olas.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Broward blvd is just like 95

Anonymous
1 month ago

Muggers gonna love it.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Broward who cares…

PirataDeCulo
1 month ago

Great way to get people to come to Miami with that $hitty attitude

Queefer Sutherland
1 month ago

When a guy named PirataDeCulo tells you to get it together you know you are on thin ice

Anonymous
1 month ago

Someone who’s lived in a bubble their entire lives.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Broward peasants please leave our site.. Stay in your fake lakes and security caged communities ☕️

Anonymous
1 month ago

which you would live in too if you could afford it.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Miami and Fort lauderdale, same thing. Depending on where you’re at, you can get from one airport to the other in about twentyfive minutes.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Can’t afford to live the lifestyle huh? LOL