ODA Reveals Pair Of Terrace Residential Towers

After unveiling its first project in Fort Lauderdale after last year, New York’s design and architecture studio, ODA, is back with a preview of its second project in the beachy Broward County burg: a large mixed-use project featuring a duo of 43-story sculptural residential towers above a nine-story stage and over 11,000 square feet of space for restaurants and shops on the building’s ground floor.

ODA is the design architect of the 1.5 million total square feet development and also designs the interiors and landscape of the building, the latter including a large urban square connected to a double height colonnade ringing the building. The prominent corner Square should act as a” catalyst for public activity, ” according to a company press release.

Located at 300 NE 3rd Avenue in downtown Fort Lauderdale, on the southern edge of the former artistic industrial enclave and conducive to the redevelopment of Flager Village, the project developed by reliable actions, called Ombelle, will add 1,100 rental units to Southeast Florida, hungry for housing, and will not lack luxury condo-style amenities: an outdoor bar equipped with a chef’s kitchen, a health – and wellness facilities such as a gym, spa and fitness centre.room and yoga studio. And because it’s the Sunshine State, ombelle will have two pools accessible to residents: an infinity pool and a lush landscaped pool just steps away from a work lounge.

“We are looking to create a high-end condo-like experience for tenants,” Isaac Schlesinger, head of trustworthy actions, explained in a statement. “Our 75,000 square foot pleasure terrace will be a tenant’s dream. We aim to bring to market a product that does not exist today.”

Ombelle is similar in size and scope to the oda-helmed 300 West Broward, which also includes two residential towers, although those where the upper floors connect to form an elongated U-shaped void between them. This development, which is expected to be Fort Lauderdale’s tallest tower (s) at 558 feet when completed, also includes ground floor retail, a host of amenities and a sheltered public plaza tucked under the stage. (Currently, the tallest residential tower on the Fort Lauderdale skyline is the 455-foot Icon Las Olas; it was completed in 2017 with a design by Sieger Suarez Architects, a Miami company that is no stranger to the tall Florida towers.)

The two upcoming Oda buildings in Fort Lauderdale also have an abundance of private outdoor space, the screen facade being composed of a ” delicate exoskeleton with an outer envelope of terraces and balconies varying in depth, length and density to create a sense of individual identity between the homes.”

“We are excited to be a part of Fort Lauderdale’s transformation into a forward-thinking city and an international destination,” said Eran Chen, founder and executive director of ODA. “With the carefully considered Master Plan being implemented, the city is embracing change.”

“ODA’s design has always pushed the boundaries, often blurring the line between interior and exterior, architecture and art, building and landscape,” Chen added. “There is nowhere better to push this boundary than Flagler Village—one of the trendiest neighborhoods with a charming blend of Youth, Community, Art and culture. From the beautifully landscaped public square that fits into the corner of the site to the offset outdoor balconies that create unique air gardens for each apartment, ombelle celebrates this exciting new chapter of design in the city.”

As reported by The Commercial Observer, Brooklyn-based reliable shares filed for approval with the city earlier this month and plans to open the land after this year if all goes according to plan. The developer he acquired the 1.9-acre site adjacent to the village of Flager at the end of last year for million.