New Renderings Show How Under Construction 34-Story Society Las Olas Tower Will Activate The Riverfront

Developer PMG has released a new rendering showing an activated riverfront at a new Fort Lauderdale tower they are building called Society Las Olas.

The Society tower will be completed in the middle of this year and add 639 apartments. In other similar projects, PMG has had a lease by the bed program that helped to fill up buildings quickly.

A second phase is planned to be built bringing the total unit count to 1,200. There will also be 30,000 square feet of co-working space on the second and third floors.

At the ground level, there will be 17,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space. Matchbook Restaurant has signed on to occupy 4,500 square feet of space, while Big Buns Damn Good Burgers will occupy 1,500 square feet.

Residents will be able to commute to downtown Miami and West Palm Beach in under 30 minutes thanks to a nearby Virgin Trains station.

 

(images: society las olas)

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Anonymous
2 years ago

More FTL news, please! Lots going on there!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Who cares?

Reality
2 years ago

Does FTL have a CLIMATE RIBBON???!?!?

Anonymous
2 years ago

No, but on the flip side, they don’t have a Moishe Mana either.

Anonymous
2 years ago

SOOO proud of Miami sister city!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yes.. the whole Metro area which goes from MiamiDade county to Palm Beach county is growing and growing.

Anonymous
2 years ago

That’s not a Metro area. That’s a country.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Wrong, it’s a state….The State of Miami.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Fort Lauderdale is considered Metropolitan Miami at this point.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Hell no! Ask Ft Lauderdale folks and you’ll see. We care as much about Ft Lauderdale as they do about Miami…

Anonymous
2 years ago

Then why do people from Ft. Lauderdale consistently say they are from Miami when you meet them outside of Florida?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Name recognition..they know Miami is cool abroad and Ft Lauderdale is not..

Anonymous
2 years ago

It’s not that it’s not cool, problem is most people wouldn’t even understand the name. Not as international reknown

Anonymous
2 years ago

They do?

Anonymous
2 years ago

It is by definition part of the Miami Metropolitan Area as defined by the OMB and Census Bureau and has been for many years. This is a fact, not opinion.

Adelfa
2 years ago

The giant murals are now everywhere, what it was once considered to find only in Wynwood as part of its personality and character is now everywhere. These architects need an urgent creativity transfusion ASAP

Anonymous
2 years ago

Also, they’re ugly and detract from the design, while at the same time concealing flaws.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I went to an bar crawl next to that building, the entire area is growing and north of this is the Fat Village and Mas area which is like wynwood ten years ago.

Anonymous
2 years ago

It works best in FTL because it’s more compact.
We have too many empty lots in between neighborhoods

Anonymous
2 years ago

This building looks too basic and mediocre.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Blame crappy ft lauderdale for hindering this building

Anonymous
2 years ago

This is part of PMG’s “X” brand of low cost rental apartments. Not all developments are aiming for “luxury living”.

Anonymous
2 years ago

They actually rebranded all their future “X” brands to “society”

Anonymous
2 years ago

RIP Las Olas Riverfront :'(

305unknown
2 years ago

not miami

Anonymous
2 years ago

Not in Miami don’t care…

Anonymous
2 years ago

Well, some people don’t mind.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I mean, when the Brightline train goes from Miami to West Palm Beach… who cares what’s happening in the city 30 miles up the road, right?

Anonymous
2 years ago

We need Brightline/ Virgin Trains to be expanded to New York!

Anonymous
2 years ago

I thought this was The Next Miami????
Leave this article for The Next Broward