Office And Rental Towers Above MiamiCentral Set For Review

All Aboard Florida submitted long-awaited plans to the county yesterday for three ‘overbuild’ towers that will rise above the under-construction MiamiCentral project.

Plans call for two residential towers, each about 500 feet tall, along with a shorter office tower. In total, 800 rental units are planned in the first phase, along with about 200,000 square feet of office.

A robotic parking garage is planned below the towers, above the train station and retail space.

NBWW is the architect of the resisential towers, while SOM designed the office towers. Zyscovich is an associate architect for all three towers.

Approval by a Dade zoning board is required, but the City of Miami won’t need to review the plans.





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2 Comments on "Office And Rental Towers Above MiamiCentral Set For Review"

43 minutes 24 seconds ago

For what it’s worth, these towers are unimpressive. The whole thing looks like a 1950s urban renewal development. NBWW and SOM were the architects for the Fontainebleau Tresor Tower and Southeast Financial Center respectively, but it’s like most their recent work is mediocre. I bet Zyscovich insisted on boxes.

17 minutes 51 seconds ago

Plans say SOM ans Zyscovich… not NBWW.