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Turkish Firm’s Tulip-Inspired Tower for Downtown Miami

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The design of The Sterling was inspired by the tulip, Turkey’s national flower; image from Behar Font & Partners.

Turkish developer Okan Group plans to build a 73-story, 966-ft.-tall mixed-use tower in downtown Miami called The Sterling, Miami Today reported. Set to contain a 300-room hotel, approximately 360 residences, commercial, retail and office space, The Sterling was recommended for approval by the Urban Development Review Board in October. Its design, inspired by the shape of a tulip (Turkey’s national flower) with a curved, sloping crown, is by Behar Font & Partners P.A. The location is at 501 North Miami Avenue near Miami Worldcenter, Miami Dade College and transit connections. Highlights of the project include a 68th-floor restaurant, swimming pools on the 24th and 25th floors and condominiums with private terraces.

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