Developer Plans $400M Project In Hollywood With Twin 35-Story Towers

Developer BTI Partners has submitted plans to build twin 35-story towers on property it owns at Hollywood Circle.

Each tower will top off at 415 feet above ground, plans show.

The project is planned to include:

  • 802 residential units
  • 112,297 square feet of retail/commercial on the first two floors
  • 72,054 square feet of office
  • 1,549 parking spaces

A pedestrian bridge will run between the two towers.

The total project cost is estimated at $400 million, with two separate phases at $200 million each.

The first phase will be completed in 36 months, while the second phase will be completed in 60 months, project documents state.

Zyscovich is the architect.

Hollywood’s Technical Advisory Committee has scheduled a May 3 meeting to review the proposal.

 

 

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Anonymous
4 months ago

Oh Oh.. cue the “It’s not Miami” people.

Mr. Culo
4 months ago

Only Fort Lauderdale aggravates those people

Anonymous
4 months ago

Nah, I think it’s reporting on anything in Broward.

Anonymous
4 months ago

That means there’s nothing else of value to read.

Anonymous
4 months ago

That’s like saying if your brother or sister got job promotion and is doing very well, you don’t wanna hear about it.

Anonymous
4 months ago

They are grouchy about Aventura too. Does Dadeland get a pass because of Metrorail? Will the northern suburbs be more accepted once Brightline opens stations walking distance from the high density areas?

Anonymous
4 months ago

The website is The Next Miami not The Next Ft Lauderdale/Hollywood.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Yes, until some big name like Elon The Musk or other ‘Big Techie’ says they are moving to Broward County then suddenly these ‘Fans’ will have no problem with it being ‘Miami’. Or when they are claiming their 5 professional sports franchises even if 2 play across the county line. Typical fake people on here. Wannabees trying to recreate an ‘across the Hudson River New Jersey’ type issue here. Fake fake fake town of people.

Anonymous
4 months ago

yes. even though these projects makes a difference in their property values too.
Any and all buildings that are going up and are expensive only makes their property more valuable. Those increased tax rolls will far outweigh any infrastructure needed (some $$ is built into the purchase price for the city too).

Anonymous
4 months ago

Downtown Hollywood is really coming along nice. The Brightline station will really be great for this area.

Anonymous
4 months ago

This is a really fascinating plan: they’re actually breaking up a “superblock” and connecting Hollywood Blvd directly to E Young Circle! Not often you see a developer willing to cede ground for a four lane median-divided roadway. This will definitely be a transformational improvement for the better.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Great point! Should really help with traffic flow…

Anonymous
4 months ago

Essentially, it’s restoring how it used to be until the shopping center was built in the 1950s. Along with restoring the Hollywood Beach Resort to its 1920s glory, hoping preservationists thwart any attempt of Related tearing it down to build cookie cutter Arquitectonica condos, this street will have beautiful “bookends.”

RustyTRUMPet
4 months ago

The Hollywood Beach Resort has too many different types of ownership that it is been difficult for the acquisition by a Developer. The BREAD Building is next.

Azarius
4 months ago

Wow this project will really give downtown Hollywood the development it needs to start it skyline. Ready to see what this area and many more be like once Brightline is up and running!

Anonymous
4 months ago

Damn Hollywood, we see you…

Anonymous
4 months ago

Nice twin towers.
Even Hollywood can come up with more creative designs than boring stuff here in Miami

Anonymous
4 months ago

The design review board isn’t paid by the same few developers to play favoritism to the same mediocre architects.

Anonymous
4 months ago

The Hollywood Beach boardwalk.. fun.

Anonymous
4 months ago

downtown hollywood is coming together and a nice spot if you want a Side with a different area code

Anonymous
4 months ago

We need a great Downtown Hollywood!

Anonymous
4 months ago

Beautiful, I love the circles in Hollywood that make the downtown so unique to south FL.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Bring back the Hollywood Playhouse.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Five park broke ground btw

Anonymous
4 months ago

We have been hearing about downtown Hollywood being the next big for over 15 years- maybe in another 5 years this will be true.
Not aggravated by the story- really just do not care. 🙂

Anonymous
4 months ago

Hollywood Circle or Young Circle?

Anonymous
4 months ago

Hollywood is ghetto!

Anonymous
4 months ago

Only the parts you can afford.

Yet Another Anonymous
4 months ago

That was worth it…

Anonymous
4 months ago

Can do without those huge advertisement signs. Otherwise nice looking project

Anonymous
4 months ago

Covers 3 big uses – mid-rise apartments, office and retail. Let’s see if any work.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Ugly.

Anonymous
4 months ago

confused, i looked for this area on a map of miami dade county and couldn’t find it

Anonymous
4 months ago

That’s because Hollywood is in Broward County.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Try a map of the Miami Metro area

Anonymous
4 months ago

Because you don’t even live in Florida why are you on this website?

Anonymous
4 months ago

Hollywood? Good lack.