Bjarke Ingels visits Fort Lauderdale to share his vision for Marina Lofts

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In the two years he’s been in the United States, Bjarke Ingels is redefining the skyscraper in New York City, he’s become the lead designer for Smithsonian’s master plan, is a finalist in the $1 billion Miami Beach Convention Center

Tree of strife: Bjarke Ingels defends Marina Lofts in whirlwind South Florida real estate tour

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Reprinted from TheRealDeal.com on 6/4/13. Bjarke Ingels wants the public to understand that bold, urban architecture can create sustainable ecosystems. It is a principle that he is fighting for: Right now, the award-winning Danish architect is battling Fort Lauderdale over

Fort Lauderdale prepares to nearly double downtown population

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Reprinted from Sun Sentinel. There’s a wave heading toward the city’s downtown and it’s full of economic promise. It’s carrying thousands of new residents who will be calling downtown home as new construction is completed and additional projects get underway.

The City of Fort Lauderdale Votes in Favor of BIG’s Marina Lofts

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Reprinted  from ArchDaily.com. On Tuesday, a sea of green and blue flooded the Fort Lauderdale City Commission chamber to either support or oppose a BIG, $250 million multi-use development planned to infill an industrial gap on the waterfront of Downtown

Marina Lofts Unanimously Approved by the Fort Lauderdale Planning & Zoning Board

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Reprinted from the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance. by Bob Swindell President & CEO, Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance Greater Fort Lauderdale took a huge step forward last night with the approval of the Marina Lofts project by the City of Fort

Why Cymbal won and protesters failed before key vote

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Reprinted from the South Florida Business Journal Cymbal Development’s victory with the Fort Lauderdale Planning & Zoning Board,

Cymbal’s Marina Lofts gets key approval in Fort Lauderdale

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Reprinted from South Florida Business Journal on May 15, 2013 Marina Lofts received a 9-0 approval from the Fort Lauderdale Planning & Zoning board just before 1 a.m. on Wednesday. The Fort Lauderdale City Commission chamber was overflowing with supporters

Business community should counter tree protesters at Marina Lofts hearing

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Reprinted from the South Florida Business Journal Monday, May 13, 2013. A hearing on Tuesday should be a good time to put to death some of the misinformation surrounding plans to relocate a rain tree in Fort Lauderdale to make

Dan Lindblade: Rental project important for Ft. Lauderdale

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Reprinted from the Sun Sentinel. Greater Fort Lauderdale continues to be the driving force for economic growth in Florida and it’s no surprise. We have made a concerted effort to get everyone on the same page — business leaders, politicians

Marina Lofts: Futuristic Vision to Transform the Riverfront. Can Fort Lauderdale Take the Lead in Architectural Design?

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Reprinted from Think Magazine. What looks like a cross between a Rubik’s cube and a Lego creation? And is there indeed a plan to create a dazzling piece of architecture that is basically unlike anything South Florida has ever seen

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