Fort Lauderdale’s proposed DNA Towers have been submitted to the Federal Aviation Administration for height approval.
According to plans submitted to Fort Lauderdale planners earlier this year, DNA is proposed to include:
- 612 residential units (198 in the north tower, 414 in the south tower)
- 74,246 square feet of commercial/retail
- 890 parking spaces
The north tower is proposed to rise 40 stories, with the south tower 45 stories.
Both towers will have a main roof height of 472 feet above sea level, with the top of the decorative enclosure at 500 feet, according to the submittal to the city (the FAA submission lists a maximum height of 500 feet above ground, or 507 feet above sea level).
Brightline’s Fort Lauderdale station is less than a ten minute walk from the project site.
BH3 is the developer.
Sieger Suarez is the architect.