Plans have now been officially submitted to build Fort Lauderdale’s tallest building, with more residential units than any other in the city.
The project was also recently submitted to the Federal Aviation Administration.
For now, the project is simply titled 300 W. Broward.
300 W. Broward is proposed to include:
956 residential units
23,752 square feet of commercial space
1,031 parking spaces in a 10-story podium (the garage will be lined with residential)
The proposed height of the tower is 48 stories, or 545 feet above ground. The developer has actually applied with the FAA for a taller height of 596 feet above ground, or 600 feet above sea level, however.
Fort Lauderdale’s Design review Committee was scheduled to review the proposal this week.
ODA Architecture of New York is the design architect of the new tower.