Developer Unveils Plans To Build 40-Story Natiivo Fort Lauderdale

Newgard Development Group has unveiled plans to build a 40-story tower called Natiivo Fort Lauderdale.

The developer says it is the first turnkey resort condominium property in Fort Lauderdale purposely designed, built, and licensed for short-term rentals.

Natiivo Fort Lauderdale is planned to include 384 condo units which will be delivered fully finished and furnished.

Unit sizes will range from 500 to 1,200 square feet, with prices between the $500,000s and $1.5 million.

Anticipated completion is targeted for 2028.

Brightline’s Fort Lauderdale station is a few steps from the Natiivo site.

Arquitectonica is the architect, with interior design by IDDI.

 

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Cover the Podiums
19 days ago

Ok so Fort Lauderdale gets nice looking podiums, but not Miami. Got it

Anon
19 days ago

They are really putting some nice architecture together up there – beautiful riverwalk too

Cover the Podiums
19 days ago

we get an “iconic” mural or “artistic” screening

Al Czervik
18 days ago

When are you going to put that big brain and an offering memorandum together to develop that big brain project?

The men in this comment section are sure to invest their money with you….afterall…a few thumbs up in these comments section is like money in the bank.

Altoic
19 days ago

There’s better design standards. They often push linear units and better screening. The Naftali project had their podium redone. It still is a large screen, but is split up because it lacked what the DRC wanted.

Before:comment image

After:comment image

The DRC in FTL has way more control over the UDRB in MIA.

Anonymous
19 days ago

Actually, the before looked so much better. The after has the usual cluttered mess of a facade on the parking podium that you see on most Arquitectonica buildings. Quite frankly, the DRC needs to be reminded on what makes good architecture, symmetry.

Altoic
19 days ago

That’s fine and its your opinion. Planners, the developer, and the architect thought it was better this way. Personally, I think its better. The original had a large blank wall that was tough on the eyes.

Anonymous
19 days ago

Also, symmetry is nothing if its done like trash. It needs to be classy.

Anon
18 days ago

From afar, you might prefer the before, but central high-rise buildings are meant to impress at ground level. I thought the same until I zoomed in and realized the after version looks better from the ground and still offers a central green space for the eye to rest, matching the open space above.

Anon
19 days ago

The before is much cleaner….

Anon
18 days ago

Our UDRB seem like developer puppets and preferential to certain areas

Anon
18 days ago

Observe how they’ve divided the screen effectively. UDRB, merely mixing shapes isn’t enough and can result in less appealing, haphazard designs – similar to the jumbled balcony messes that you’ve been permitting lately. Instead, try breaking it up while maintaining an organized and intriguing pattern.

Anon
18 days ago

Notice how the lines seamlessly align from the front to the side; I appreciate these subtle details that often go unnoticed by people. For instance, when purchasing a shirt, it’s easy to spot the cheaper ones where the patterns don’t align at the seams. Similarly, this design stands out because the “seam lines” of the building are impeccably matched.

Anonymous
19 days ago

Our sister city is looking fabulous!

Anonymous
18 days ago

Wow the designers and developers in Ft Lauderdale are a lot more creative and able to offer better quality products. Hope they don’t bait and switch.

UrbanImpact
19 days ago

Beautiful! The podium is nicely done!

Anon
19 days ago

I like it far more than the Natiivo designed for Miami

Anonymous
19 days ago

I don’t know why you’re getting down votes because it does look better than the one in Miami.

Anonymous
18 days ago

Why isn’t the UDRB enforcing stricter design standards? Do they not have any taste or experience in designing high rises? Recruit the people in Ft Lauderdale – that’s what competition does.

Anon
19 days ago

Is that the Revolution Live property? It’d be a shame for South Florida to lose one of its last good live music venues.

UrbanImpact
19 days ago

The owners are tryin to create a venue where the old Building Department was

peej
19 days ago

no, this is the parking lot north of it thankfully. Kushner / Aimco recently flipped the property to Newgard. This design looks to be quite the improvement from what was previously rendered.

evan
19 days ago

You’re right the rendering appears to show revolution in the background, but the map below definitely shows it right on top of revolution and backyard. Hopefully rendering is correct.

Anonymous
19 days ago

Another beaut by Arquitectonica!

Anonymous
19 days ago

Well, it looks better than Miami’s Natiivo.

Anon
18 days ago

We should require more buildings to be like this in Brickell especially as more lots are opening up.

Anon
16 days ago

WE SHOULD—you got no say

2009 again
18 days ago

I waiting for the market to crash again

Anon
16 days ago

you’ll be waiting til you croak

josh
18 days ago

Looking nice. glad to see the podium parking isn’t just a square box.
Even a dumpster fence can look nice if they want. Good work. Looking forward to some nice looking additions to the area.

Nancy
18 days ago

Traducción al inglés:
¿Ya se ha comunicado el TCO de 601 Miami (Natiivo Miami)? ¿Alguien sabe si estará disponible para marzo como indica la promoción de Gale Residences?

En inglés:

Has the TCO for 601 Miami (Natiivo Miami) been communicated yet? Does anyone know if it will be available by March as indicated in the Gale Residences promotion?

Anon
18 days ago

Go back to sleep in Hialeah Nancy

Nancy
17 days ago

xD

George
19 days ago

Not as nice as the Natiivo building in Miami but still a good looking building, especially for Fort Lauderdale.

Anon
19 days ago

delulu

Anon
19 days ago

Weirdo the Fort Lauderdale looks way better than the Miami one

Yeppers
19 days ago

It’s not Miami.