A developer has submitted plans to build two residential towers in Fort Lauderdale.
Merrimac Ventures is the developer behind the proposal.
Two towers would be built, with the first phase rising 42 stories, or 453 feet, and including 390 rental apartments.
The second phase would rise 45 stories, or 496 feet, and include 326 residential units.
A total of 1,083 parking spaces will be built between the two towers.
The developer told the SFBJ that he is a partner in the Society Las Olas project, and that demand for rental units there is strong, particularly for smaller units.
The second phase will have larger units could be either high-end rental or condos.
A Greyhound bus station on the site of the first phase will need to move, he said.
The project was set for a hearing before the city’s Development Review Committee on April 13.
NBWW is the architect.