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Next Las Olas Apartment Tower Approved By FAA At 350 Feet

Next Las Olas Apartment Tower Approved By FAA At 350 Feet

The Federal Aviation Administration has given the green light to a new apartment tower in Fort Lauderdale.

Next Las Olas was approved to be built at 344 feet above ground, or 350 feet above sea level, the agency ruled on August 21.

The project will include:

  • 374 apartments
  • 548 parking spaces

Eden Multifamily is the developer. MSA Architects is the architect.

Construction is expected to begin in the fourth quarter of 2018, with development cost expected to be $133 million.

 

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Good development for Ft. Lauderdale

Anonymous
Anonymous

Good for FLL, not a fan of the design. FLL is getting repetitive designs. But anyways good to see this happening, and downtown FLL getting more consolidated!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Still better than a lot of the ugly shit Miami gets by Arquitectonica, Stantec, and Kobi Karp.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Miami inferiority complex much?

Anonymous
Anonymous

He’s right though.

Anonymous
Anonymous

1000 Museum

Anonymous
Anonymous

Cool. Great idea to kill the street car and build another 500 parking spots. Let us know how that works out.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Currently that lot is a surface parking lot, so it’s a step up.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The street car was a joke. It was a taxpayer money hole before it even started.

Anonymous
Anonymous

A boring 35 stories building makes news in boring Ft. Lauderdale.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Haha exactly

Darrell Dunlap
Darrell Dunlap

350 feet??? Wow!!!that’s nothing to discuss

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Good. FLL needs a proper downtown.

Anonymous
Anonymous

FLL White Upper Middle-Class don’t want the city to grow. They consider Flagler Village to be Overdeveloped and killed the Wave Streetcar project.

Anonymous
Anonymous

It’s true. The ultimate NIMBYs

Anonymous
Anonymous

White Upper-middle Class are the ones paying the bills. That’s why they don’t want to pee away their tax money on some street car used only by 3 stoned bums.

Anonymous
Anonymous

That is pure White Suburban classist crap. They don’t want to pay the correspondent taxes from living in water-front segregated communities and keep their automobile (SUV) addition. They wasted more the $35 million of taxpayers money by killing the Wave Streetcar.
Without the Wave Streetcar and the increasing population density in Flagler Village (mostly young professionals who would definitely benefit from that project), traffic in Boring Racist FLL is only going to get worse.

Anonymous
Anonymous

350ft, what is the FAA looking at?

A. Nonymous
A. Nonymous

Maybe that’s what the developer requested.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Drones

Anonymous
Anonymous

why do they all look a like. get creative.

Darrell Dunlap
Darrell Dunlap

When Fort Lauderdale starts drawing plans for a building over 600feet then I can understand when the FAA wants to review it..Under that is ridiculous..Grow up Lauderdale..