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September 24, 2015
Crescent Heights Inspirational Living, a developer based in Miami, filed a draft design review packet with the city today with the first images and more details on 4/C, its proposed tower at 701 Fourth Ave.
Documents show the Fourth and Columbia tower would be 1,111 feet tall, which would make it the tallest tower on the West Coast. The plan is for 102 stories.
The 4/C complex would have more than 1.4 million square feet with 1,200 residential units, 151,650 square feet of office space, approximately 150 hotel rooms and 15,500 square feet of retail. About 750 parking stalls would be located below and above ground.
The document lists a figure of $290 million.
The massing study indicates the approximate size and volume, but not the final design.
Documents show a 240-foot podium housing retail, office space and the hotel. The podium takes up most of the half block on the west side of Fourth Avenue between Columbia and Cherry streets, topped by a slimmer residential tower.
Crescent Heights’ preferred option has vertical and horizontal segmentation, or “cuts”, on the exterior to break up the facade.
LMN Architects is designing the project.