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Seminole Hard Rock Tops Off Pool Tower With Swim-Out Rooms

Seminole Hard Rock Tops Off Pool Tower With Swim-Out Rooms

At the Seminole Hard Rock, a seven-story pool tower has topped off.

Guests on the first floor will be able to swim out straight from their hotel rooms by opening a sliding glass door into a private pool area.

It is being built is part of an expansion that includes an “ultra-complex” guitar-shaped tower, which is still rising.

Overall, there are thirteen individual projects under construction in the complex.

 

SUFFOLK-YATES CELEBRATES POOL TOWER TOPPING-OFF AT SEMINOLE HARD ROCK HOTEL & CASINO HOLLYWOOD

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. – April 24, 2018 – Suffolk, one of the largest building contractors in Florida, in a joint venture with Yates, recently commemorated the topping off of the new pool tower at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood during a ceremony on Friday, April 6, 2018. The celebration was attended by more than 400 guests.

The completion of the pool tower marks a significant milestone in the extensive expansion and renovation of the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood. The pool tower is a 7-story hotel that features swim-out units on the first level with sliding glass doors that open from the room into a private pool area.

The overall Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood expansion and renovation plan consists of thirteen individual projects, including doubling the existing casino space; the creation of the one-of-a-kind, ultra-complex guitar-shaped tower; and the reconstruction of the Hard Rock Live venue.

“The pool tower is a major component of this vast project, and thanks to technology like virtual design and construction (VDC), the Suffolk-Yates team has been able to efficiently progress this section of the project and work collaboratively with project stakeholders, architects and engineers,” said Pete Tuffo, Chief Operating Officer for the Southeast at Suffolk. “We look forward to celebrating the many milestones ahead on what is currently one of South Florida’s most iconic developments.”

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Anonymous
Anonymous

I still think they should’ve extended the guitar stick and make it into a observation deck or a sky lounge. That would be cool! Overall, nice design.

Anonymous
Anonymous

That would have been perfect

William
William

Looks like the glass is delayed. By now, it should have been 50% up!

Anonymous
Anonymous

remember that the complex is right next to the flight path to FLL

Anonymous
Anonymous

Not only that but right next to the Everglades. An observation of what??? A residential gated community on one side and the Everglades on the other???

Anonymous
Anonymous

View of Downtown Fort Lauderdale perhaps? Use your imagination

Anonymous
Anonymous

Ft Lauderdale is 20 miles away and not an impressive skyline to warrant an observation tower from the fringes of the Everglades

Anonymous
Anonymous

Its nowhere near the everglades and not 20 miles away from downtown. It’s only 6 miles outside of downtown FTL and they would have clear views of downtown FTL, sunrise, the ocean, Hollywood, Aventura, the hard rock stadium, and even downtown Miami on a clear day.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Probably due to airport vicinity, they could not do this.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Awesome project

Anonymous
Anonymous

Agreed! Came here to say this!

Anonymous
Anonymous

All I can say is, B E A U T I F U L ! ! !

Go ahead bashers, bash.

Anonymous
Anonymous

There’s a reason casinos call it “gaming”. The only gamble they take is that people don’t show up.

The more who do and the longer they play, the more likely the casino is to achieve the theoretical edge – 5.26% of wagers for roulette, up to 15% for slots, up to 25% for Kino.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Tacky AF. And if you like it you’re trash too!!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

You mean, because your comment is TACKY, you are not TRASH but everybody else is?

Anonymous
Anonymous

YES!!!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

I’m building a a funeral home in Sawgrass…guess what is going to be the shape of the building?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Hilarious!!!!Almost as funny as a Guitar shaped building!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Broward ?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Let the Seminoles and the Miccosoukees run off with all the gambling money and taxes and continue to build out more stuff out in the middle of the Everglades along with that. Very smart proposition while our downtowns are dying for development and excitement and we have to increase out taxes. Ridiculous

Anonymous
Anonymous

LOL. Our downtowns are dying? What you been smoking?

Anonymous
Anonymous

paid for by low income people who gamble there disposable income away + the outrageous gambling exclusivity for the Seminoles, at least Tallahassee gets a few hundred million guaranteed every year

Anonymous
Anonymous

Low income people gamble their “disposable income” away thinking they can afford that brand new car and find out they can’t after the repo man comes… but I don’t see you saying anything about that.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Another sad group of Miamians are those who live paycheck to paycheck trying to live in Brickell/Edgewater/Midtown because they’ve been convinced it’s shameful to live in the rest of Miami.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Some people want to live where the action is. Those areas and others in Miami are finally catching up to what a lot of people want.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Maybe that’s simply where they want to live. Not everyone wants “save” by commuting from Doral/Kendall/Hialeah burning countless hours in a car – what’s the value of time?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Boo-freaking-hoo.