The Residences at 5th and 5th, Naples, FL, USA

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  • Bâtiments résidentiels
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The Residences at 5th and 5th sits in the heart of Olde Naples in a historic and charming seaside community. 

Faced with head room issues, Select Structural, the engineering firm working on the project and Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart and Associates, Inc. Architects chose DELTABEAM® as a solution since it is the only system which can achieve the 35-foot span needed while keeping the beam depth at 10 inches. Achieving the spans was made possible by using a continuous beam system over the concrete columns with Beam to Beam Connections. DELTABEAM® supported Comslab's long span metal deck which enabled an easy-to-assemble slim floor. 

This impressive 83, 560 square foot project is a 3-story multifamily building with below grade parking for 42 cars. A fitness center, retail space and lobby are found on the first floor while 11 residential condominium residences with ten-foot ceilings make up the second and third floors. The rooftop features a pool, spa, fire pit and outdoor kitchen. Completion is scheduled early May 2018.

CentrePointe is owned by the Webb Companies and Rabun Rasche Rector Reece Architects designed the project. The project includes both hotels, a 12 story office building with condominium penthouses above, 3 levels of underground parking and retail space on the ground floor. The 12 story Marriott hotel will consist of 240 rooms while the 8 story Residence Inn by Marriott will include 120 rooms and will also have a patio bar and a pool on the roof top.
The hotels are targeted to be completed late 2018 and ready to accommodate guests in the first quarter of 2019.

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Détails du Projet

Taille du projet:
83,560 ft2
Gulf Coast International Properties
Entreprise de construction:
EnviroStruct, LLC
Designer structurel:
Select Structural
Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart and Associates, Inc.
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