62-story tower to be built in Brickell Miami

05 Mar
62-story tower to be built in Brickell Miami

The renowned architects firm in charge of massive projects such as the 84-story Steinway Tower in Mid-manhattan New York, American Copper Buildings in Manhattan’s East River and 9 DeKalb Avenue in Brooklyn, is now coming to Brickell!

A 62-story high-end building will be designed by the renowned architects firm, SHoP Architects led by Michae; Stern. This tower will feature 200 hotel rooms, 1,000 luxury rental apartments, 200 micro condo units,  250,000 sqft office space, 1,700 parking spaces and 60,000 sqft of spa and common areas.

With an ideal location in the heart of Brickell, west of Downtown, this tower will be close to the underline, which is currently under construction and the Metrorail Station. This 752 feet tall tower is scheduled to be completed 36 months after the final city approval.

SHoP Architects firm has committed to rebuilding the Southside Park located on-site and to build an $8 million fire station on the ground floor, to create a responsible effect for the locals economy and to create a positive outcome out of the development. The firm will invest $2.2 million in fire station equipment and $5.6 million in the park’s renovation.

The SHoP Architects firm is an internationally renowned company with projects around the 5 continents and a team of 183 employees, Brickell’s towers are without a doubt, in great hands. They are currently involved in exclusive developments in Miami such as the Monad Terrace in South Beach, which has an expected completion this summer.

This new development will improve the future of Brickell and will modify Miami’s skyline. With a beautiful and innovative design, the 62-story development is extremely promising.

Check out the latest renderings for this one-of-a-kind development.


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