BH3 Management and The Traina Cos. have plans of building DNA Towers, a mixed use project in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Recently the two joint venture partners demolished a 2.6 acre site on North Andrews Avenue to advance the project.
The developers have already received approvals on their DNA Towers site plan, which consists of a twin tower mixed-use project. At the project’s site, six building structures were razed to make way for the new 40 and 45 story buildings.
Also Read Contract awarded for a mixed-use commercial and residential scheme in Midlands
Design plans for DNA Towers project
Sieger Suarez Architects has completed design plans for the DNA Towers project which will span 1.4 million square feet. Both towers will rise out of a 7-story podium building, which was integrated into the surrounding pedestrian and streetscape. Additionally, the facade of the buildings will be encased in red brick veneers and black aluminum window frames with clear glass.
The DNA Towers project will feature a North and South tower consisting of 612 residential units in total. The residents will have access to a 60,000 square foot prime experiential retail and commercial component. In addition, the property will also include a 7-story parking garage with 890 parking spaces.
One of the DNA Towers will focus on smaller living units, while the other will emphasize on larger units. The North Tower will feature 198 units, with 69 two bedrooms, 71 two bedrooms with dens, and 58 three bedrooms. Whereas, the South Tower offers 414 units, with 110 studios, 74 one bedroom, and 42 one bedroom with dens. It also provides 113 two bedroom units as well as 75 three bedroom units.
The DNA Towers will be well furnished with several luxury amenities, most of which will be on the eighth floor. The facility offers residents access to two pools with cabanas, common areas, club rooms, spas and fitness centers. What’s more rock climbing walls, pickleball and racquetball courts, and a basketball court will also be available on the property.