Waves Dania Beach Project Approved With 760 Residences, Designed By NBWW

A twin-tower project called Waves Dania Beach with a combined 760 residential units has been approved.

Waves will include two towers, 90 Wave and 70 Wave, with:

  • 380 residences in each tower for a combined 760 units
  • 19,700 square feet of ground floor commercial space, for a combined 39,400 square feet
  • 651,388 square feet of total space in each tower
  • Nearly 1,400 parking spaces spread over two levels

Dania Beach’s City Commission approved the project on January 12.

The Dania Beach Offshore Marina and Paradise Tiki are currently on the 5.8-acre development site, located at 90 North Bryan Road.

Publicly traded Chewy has their headquarters in Dania Beach, and Spirit Airlines will soon relocate its HQ there.

Dania Beach Marina Corp. and RJ Marina Holdings are the developers.

 

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Anonymous
9 months ago

Crazy the thought, that the site where Boomers used to be located, would become the center of Dania. Dania Pointe is already impressive, with the Avery apartments already open. The Marriott and AC Hotel by Marriott both topped off (and are visable from Downtown FTL), and are opening in April (both towers exteriors are already fully painted, mostly interior work now). Spirit will also break ground soon on their HQ in Dania Pointe. Exciting to see both Wave 90 and Wave 70, plus Oasis Pointe (Cymbal Development) rise as a result. I’m sure we are still only in the beginning of Dania, and I am sure further growth in Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood next door are only going to help Dania get taller

Anonymous
9 months ago

Increasing the population density in South Florida is always welcome.

Anonymous G
9 months ago

Not a bad looking project. Should help that area out a lot! Lot of development happening around Dania Pointe.

Anonymous
9 months ago

How about a Waves Miami River and Wynwood

Anonymous
8 months ago

Make the windows skinnier, and these buildings would look like a prison. Add balconies, and it would look like a Melo project.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Oh, sorry.. looks like I mistakenly clicked on a “whine festival” site.

Anonymous
8 months ago

If you open your balcony trying to enjoy the cut off canal, you are going to see on NW 14th street drug dealing. There are many shooting that are unsolved in this area. Yes, NW 1st street is a dope stroll. Don’t take my word, just drive through there with your doors locked. However, Dania Points is amazing. I belive if you close N.W. 1st Street the Wave Towers would be great place but the residence will be able to see the neighborhood, which is a war zone at night.

Anonymous
8 months ago

Ugh, Dania is losing it’s Identity. It’s becoming condos and losing it’s small town local beach vibe. Awful mayor and council. Bring back the Dania beach grill! Temporarily closed my butt! Liars!

Work on the beach and not lining your pockets for once.

Anonymous
8 months ago

Nothing stays the same forever.. including you!

Marc
8 months ago

Amen! Same with Hollywood Beach.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Nice project. The area need help. Thats happen when you have a lot casinos around you.

Anonymous
8 months ago

Yeah.. that area was so plush before the casinos came and just destroyed it.

Geezzsss a lota people shouldn’t be allowed to touch computer keys.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Chewy should move to 830 Brickell or to Royal Caribbean’s hq if they end up going bankrupt.

CEC
8 months ago

What part of Dania is in Miami?

Anonymous
8 months ago

Dania isn’t anywhere near Miami. It’s closer to Broward County than Miami Dade.

Anonymous
8 months ago

Dania Beach is actually part of Broward County not closer to it smarty pants

Anonymous
9 months ago

I rather read about Mana’s favorite paver color than this Broward stuff…

Anonymous
9 months ago

Boy.. aren’t you in a cranky mood…

Anonymous
9 months ago

The Next Broward

Anonymous
9 months ago

Uhm. No

Anonymous
9 months ago

All right, it’s obvious this week not much happening so we are bombarded with Broward news?
I’m sure if they looked deeply there is bout to be something happening in the Gables, Dadeland, Doral or even Hialeah. Let’s keep it local

Anonymous
9 months ago

Yeah really, pretty soon, we’ll be reading The Next Orlando

Anonymous
9 months ago

The Next Tampa is better

Anonymous
9 months ago

Agreed. We have way more highrises under construction lol! And orlando has a bigger economy

Anonymous
9 months ago

aight news about ft laudy is cool… but Dania beach ? Nah

Anonymous
9 months ago

No news not about Miami is cool

Anonymous
9 months ago

This was in the “South Florida Buisness Journal” and “The Real Deal” Last week. Both cover news both in Miami-Dade and Broward. If other development news outlets in South Florida are reporting on this project (and other projects in Broward), why shouldn’t TNM

Anonymous
9 months ago

Because The Next Miami is about Miami and not the whole state like the other two sources you cited.

Anonymous
8 months ago

Those two sources specifically report on SOUTH FLORIDA development news, not for the whole state. Get your facts straight. It’s called the Miami metropolitan area, home to over 6 million people. A lot of people come here for news on the region, not just one city. Get over yourself.

Anonymous
8 months ago

Yawn

Anonymous
8 months ago

You realize the greater Miami area is Florida City to Jupiter right, like that’s the metropolitan area? It’s one large economic and urban region.

Anonymous
8 months ago

another rental property?