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AIA Palm Beach Chapter Recognizes 360 Rosemary

The Class A Mixed-Use Office Building Earns 2023 AIA Palm Beach Honor Award

The combined project team for 360 Rosemary poses with their AIA Palm Beach Honor Award

AIA Palm Beach Chapter adds LEO A DALY to the list of 2023 design award winners, giving 360 Rosemary an AIA Honor Award. LEO A DALY serves as the architect of record and provided construction documents and administration services, Elkus Manfredi Architects provided architectural design services and Related is the owner and developer.

Located in the heart of growing downtown West Palm Beach, Florida, 360 Rosemary is a 20-story, LEED Gold-certified mixed-use building with 250,000 SF of office space and 22,600 SF of street-level retail. Designed with the principles of urbanism, the commercial building attracts top workplace tenants and helps to stimulate continued development along the Rosemary Avenue corridor. The Class A development’s sustainability, massing, materials and activation of the street level is a model for West Palm’s future-forward zoning regulations.

Bill Hanser, AIA, LEO A DALY Vice President and West Palm Beach studio Managing Principal is proud the project has received this design award, elaborating, “360 Rosemary establishes a new benchmark for the burgeoning Rosemary Square community. This commercial endeavor serves as a prototype for forthcoming innovation for the area, prioritizing occupant wellness, sustainability and adaptability to meet the escalating need for flexible office spaces, catering to tenants of all scales.”

A tall commercial building in the skyline at twilight.

© Ron Blunt Architectural Photography

Taking cues from the traditional industrial buildings and materials from the early 20th Century, the building expands the public realm through walkability and streetscape presence. Also committed to a better occupant experience, the building offers 10,000 SF of outdoor amenity space, wellness measures, captivating art installations, and expansive floor-to-ceiling windows that flood interior spaces with natural light.

The project utilizes Sustainable Sites construction methods, provisions for low-emitting fuel-efficient vehicles, and efficient water systems to reduce the burden on the municipal water supply.

David Harrison, Senior Vice President Design & Construction of Related says a shared goal of advancing sustainable design was key to the successful partnership, elaborating, “Creating innovative, pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods are part of our vision at Related and championing sustainable design and construction is part of that. We’re proud to have built a LEED Gold-certified building that prioritizes features that minimize the atmospheric and environmental impact associated with excessive energy use.”

Former LEO A DALY Vice President and supervisor for the project, Paul Twitty, AIA, NCARB, received the design award at the 2023 Design and Honor Awards Reception at The Breakers Resort in Palm Beach, Florida on October 18, 2023.