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Miami Central is no longer going highest in state?

Cashflow In Miami
July 15, 2021

1.32-acre site at 104 N.W. First Ave. and the 1.38-acre site at 200 N.W. First Ave., Downtown Miami, FL

Miami-based FECI obtained Federal Aviation Administration approval to build One Miami Central 1,120 feet above ground level, which would have made it the tallest building in the state, if the plans were not revised:(

Florida East Coast Industries has revised plans for the next phase of MiamiCentral, the mixed-use project around the Brightline passenger rail station in downtown Miami.

Now, the developer wants to remove the hotel rooms and reduce the allowable office to 216,926 square feet to significantly increase the residential units one the site. However, the site plan submitted by Zyscovich Architects shows no office space in the two towers.

In FECI's revised plan, the two towers would rise just 83 stories, or 830 feet. They would total 4.78 million square feet, with 2,007 residential units taking up 3.95 million square feet, 49,634 square feet of commercial/retail space at the lower levels, and 2,136 parking spaces, according to a pre-application FECI affiliates filed through subsidiaries MDT A LLC and MDT B LLC with Miami-Dade County officials.

Although though the developer could have built much less parking because the project is next to both the Brightline and the county's Metrorail station, it has proposed at least one space per apartment.


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