Starchitect Bjarke Ingels’ Marina Lofts Is A-Go-Go!

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Reprinted from Curbed Miami At 3 a.m. last night, in a packed house of blood-shot eyes, developer Asi Cymbal and architectural superstar Bjarke Ingels’ apartment development Marina Lofts was approved by the Fort Lauderdale City Commission, which is just about

A bold new look for Lauderdale’s skyline

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Reprinted from the Sun Sentinel A renowned Danish architect is about to give the city’s growing skyline a cutting-edge twist with a statement-making design that officials hope draws more visitors, residents and attention to the downtown. Commissioners early Wednesday approved

The Closing: Asi Cymbal

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Reprinted from the Real Deal Marina Lofts developer Asi Cymbal on learning about design from life in the projects Israeli-born and Brooklyn-raised, Miami-based developer Asi Cymbal has been making waves lately in South Florida. Last night Cymbal’s team won Fort

Fort Lauderdale OKs Cymbal’s Marina Lofts, rain tree relocation

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Reprinted from South Florida Business Journal Asi Cymbal’s three tower Marina Lofts rental project on Fort Lauderdale’s New River and the relocation of the rain tree on the project site have received approval from city commissioners. After about six hours

Randall Vitale, senior vice president, Gibraltar Private Bank & Trust

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Reprinted from the Sun Sentinel. Last week: Attorney General Eric Holder’s announcement this week that the Justice Department will no longer pursue mandatory minimum drug sentences for certain low-level, nonviolent drug offenders was welcome news. This common-sense approach, which is

Marina Lofts hopes to draw people to disconnected area

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by Oscar Pedro Musibay As Seen in the South Florida Business Journal Several real estate industry experts have described Marina Lofts as a tipping-point project. That’s because, if it is approved, it could change the way people perceive downtown Fort

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

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