The Four Seasons Hotel and Tower

One of the tallest structures in the southeastern United States, this 66-story tower, which opened in 2004, also is Miami’s first true mixed-use, urban residential project. The building has elevators in separate banks to serve a five-level parking garage for 1,200 vehicles, thirteen floors of hotel rooms and function space, approximately 243,640 sq. ft. of office space; and 29 floors/394 units of luxury condominiums with the finest views of Miami and Biscayne Bay. Residents enjoy a spectacular, private Grand Pool Terrace for relaxing and socializing.

VDA provided full consulting services through construction administration for twenty-six (26) traction elevators and one (1) hydaulic elevator in the project.

Project Info

Service Type

New Construction

Client

Handel Architects LLP

Project Type

Hotels, Mixed Use, Offices, Residential

Equipment Type

Elevators

Location

Miami, FL

Completion Year

2004

Cost

$257 Million

Key Personnel

Hakan Tanyeri Chief Operating Officer of New Construction

Contact Info