47-Story Tower Proposed Near Brightline’s Fort Lauderdale Station

Plans have been submitted for a 47-story tower less than a five-minute walk from Brightline’s Fort Lauderdale station.

The tower is named 11 Andrews, and is proposed to include:

  • 425 multifamily residential units
  • 7,400 square feet of commercial
  • Amenities, including co-working space
  • 425 parking spaces

The tower is planned to top off at 484 feet above ground.

Bachow Ventures is the developer. Bachow said they hope to break ground in Q4 2023, according to the SFBJ.

A Goodyear service center would be demolished to make way for the project.

Miami’s Cube 3 is the architect.

Fort Lauderdale’s Development Review Committee is scheduled to discuss the proposal at a meeting today.

 

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Azarius
1 month ago

Really love what Fort Lauderdale is becoming

Anonymous
1 month ago

Always somebody who talks like Miami is in some kind of “pissing contest.”

anon
1 month ago

Coming from NY I think that Fort Lauderdale’s downtown dumps on Miami’s downtown, which is a borderline slum minus Brickell

Anonymous
1 month ago

I am also from NYC and Fort Lauderdale is more like Coney Island when Miami is closer to Manhattan. No comparison really.

Azarius
1 month ago

Tru

Anonymous
1 month ago

fort lauderdale is getting better but still has a long way to go .

Anonymous
1 month ago

It will never be like Miami though

Anonymous
1 month ago

What? Like, rife with a certain self-important douchiness?

nobody
1 month ago

and thank god for that, i need a break from miami from time to time

anon
1 month ago

You’re right. With multiple interstates dumping out downtown, Miami will never have the walkability or beautiful pedestrian experience of downtown fort lauderdale

Anonymous
1 month ago

Miami will never have the walkabilty of downtown fort lauderdale ? almost all the streets in downtown are narrow and very walkable

Anonymous
1 month ago

Brickell will always be known as a financial hub. Miami will always be known as an international gateway. The port of Miami passenger cruise ship will always keep Miami as a international City with the world’s largest passenger cruise port. I am happy to see Ft. Lauderdale evolve. It is turning into a beautiful City. However, it will always be known as a vacation resort City with many beautiful beaches.

Joe Robbie
1 month ago

Both cities are known as resort cities

Anonymous
1 month ago

Obviously you are not a FTL native. One Miami is more than enough

anon
1 month ago

Downtown Fort Lauderdale is becoming a beautiful, walkable, pedestrian friendly city. We love to see it.

MiamiArchi
1 month ago

I’m loving all the different looking designs that Ft Lauderdale is going on. Really nice. I’m a fan

Rocky
1 month ago

Fort Lauderdale is changing for the better! What a great time to grow with the city and that design is awesome! I hope this get built!

Anonymous
1 month ago

FTL is becoming overdeveloped.

Original
1 month ago

“overdeveloped?”

Okay.. so what is “underdeveloped?”

Anonymous
1 month ago

Lauderdale is going to suck more than it does. City leaders for decades are with developers for for tax revenues. Traffic, sewage already terrible and will get worse. Has already lost many “historical” buildings.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Sounds like another county seat to the south, so what’s your point?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Are you talking about Lauderdale, or Miami….?

anonymous
1 month ago

1:1 parking ratio? Next to a train station? 🧐

Tom Cruise
1 month ago

Train station and bus terminal

Anonymous
1 month ago

Also next to the Wave streetcar route that was approved by voters but never built.

Commuter
1 month ago

You’re right, it should be more like 2:1 for commuters to park

Anonymous
1 month ago

This tower actually reaches a peak of 499-feet to the mechanical screen

PirataDeCulo
1 month ago

Great unique looking residential building in a prominent area.

Fern
1 month ago

Obligatory not in Miami so it’s shouldn’t be here comment

Anonymous
1 month ago

waaahhhh!!!.. it’s not Miami, waaahhhh!!!…

Anonymous
1 month ago

M

Anonymous
1 month ago

This page has a lot of delusional people from Fort Lauderdale because they don’t have their own page so let them have the random out of place article to make them feel important too.

Mike Hunt
1 month ago

Why do you care so much?

Mcds
1 month ago

Good luck mcds

Anonymous
1 month ago

Pretty sharp! Hope the panels on the sides are metal and not stucco.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Considering it’s Fort Lauderdale, quite surprising that it’s far better than those sad “supertower” cereal boxes Brightline proposes in the center of Downtown Miami. Something like this or two, except taller and with a consistently glassed east facade(s) would look so much better.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Miami can eat a dick

Jony Toe White
1 month ago

“Amenities, including co-working space”

LOL. That’s an amenity?

Bob
1 month ago

What are they going to do with all the homeless people that live next to the bus station and the macdonalds? I can’t imagine people paying high rent to deal with that daily

Melo is sigma and chad
1 month ago

Nice looking building. lets see if those slated design towers get approved too

Jeff Stryker
1 month ago

Lots going on here but I don’t hate it.

Analyst
1 month ago

Weird design…

TheNextMiami
1 month ago

Not in Miami: NEXT!

Cece.
1 month ago

You guys love downvotes.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Nah let them have this random article. They are all retired and bored, they need something exciting too.