The plans call for two towers: one 1,049 feet tall, making it a supertall skyscraper, and the other rising 700 feet. Both would be located at Brickell Key Park, at the island's southern tip. The Miami-based developer has owned the 2.4 acre-park since 1997 and has developed much of the man-made triangular island. The application, submitted December 2022, provides no detail about the development, other than its height.
Across the water in Brickell, Swire, which is the U.S. real estate arm of the Hong Kong-listed multinational corporation, is developing another supertall skyscraper, also 1,049 feet tall, in partnership with Stephen Ross’ Related Companies.
The office project – called One Brickell City Centre, situated next door to the massive mixed-use complex that Swire completed in 2016 — is expected to break ground this year, rising 80 stories. For One Brickell, Swire first filed for approval with the FAA in 2015 — a requirement for tall skyscrapers in Miami because of Miami International Airport’s proximity to the city’s downtown area.
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