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New Renderings Of 92-Story One Bayfront Plaza

Developer Florida East Coast Realty has provided TNM with high-resolution renderings of One Bayfront Plaza, which is proposed to become the tallest building in Florida.

The plans call for a 92-story, 1049-foot tower. The proposal has been submitted to the city for review (replacing a previous MUSP for the site), and an application for the 1,049-foot height has been submitted to the FAA.

Work could begin as soon as January 2019, when leases in an existing building on the site expire.

The proposed project would include:

  • 902 apartments
  • 200 hotel rooms
  • 532,000 square feet Class A office
  • 103,959 square feet of retail on the lower levels
  • Pedestrian bridge to Metromover
  • 1,055 parking spaces

Kohn Pedersen Fox is the architect.

 

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Miami1
Miami1

Beautiful! It is gorgeous from all angles and no doubt that it will become Miami’s signature tower. On the other hand Monarch has to be the ugliest new building in Miami by a long shot!!!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Have to agree Monarch is a huge waste is space

Anonymous
Anonymous

Why didn’t the original proposed met 3 tower get built?

CEC
CEC

Construction of a building on this site has been discussed for years. The design has changed at least three times and probably more. If the developers who claim that they will build this building are serious, they would build it now. The building that currently occupies this site is relatively small. The buy out of all the leases would be an insignificant cost as a percentage of total development cost. Developers like to propose grandiose projects in order to keep their names in the news. The serious developers are always trying to advance on their projects as soon as possible and not find an excuse to begin to begin to begin in the future.

marc
marc

Except in this particular case we’re talking about a developer that does and is currently building.

Micco Mann
Micco Mann

Muy true. Tibor Hollo was developing downtown Miami before anyone else, including Perez. He’s the real deal and I suspect, because of his age, he wants this thing built before he passes on. That said, I’m disappointed to see his company is still including the Miami21 demand that his building not connect to the MetroMover station so that people who want to enter the building will first have to descend to Biscayne Blvd to fulfill the far from utilitarian dream of creating a utopian dream of people walking the streets of downtown Miami. Simply nuts.

Yet Another Anonymous
Yet Another Anonymous

Details Please!! So is that the only reason BCC could connect? Because it was a larger SAP, special area plan?

IloveMiami
IloveMiami

One of the best comments I have ever read here.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Make it happen!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Let’s get her done!

Marc305
Marc305

I like the first photo, it looks great next to 50 Biscayne, and the back of the building looks nice too on the 2nd photo. If all goes according to plan, this will be done in the 2020’s.

Edin
Edin

No way,2023 is more realistic for this project.Oh,what a hack, I’ll be still in my sixties.

Marc305
Marc305

Last time I checked 2023 is part of the 2020’s.

Yet Another Anonymous
Yet Another Anonymous

Now this finally comes close to a tower for the future, in Miami, or the present in any other real large city. About 2,000 “unit equivalents” between 1,100 resi units and half a mil office and 100k of retail, but only 1,000 parking spaces, instead of 2,000 or more like Panorama Tower. The “connection to Metromover” is more dubious than it sounds, but lets hope. This is an actual mixed-use proposal. And a beautiful building.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Absolutely love it! Just wish it could start being constructed sooner.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Me too.

Anonymous
Anonymous

what a nice surprise the facade facing west.

IloveMiami
IloveMiami

Yes! Very nice.

Anonymous
Anonymous

That first rendering = <3

Anonymous
Anonymous

It’s a nice building but i’m not blown away by it. With that being said it’s still 99.5% better looking than all other buildings in Miami.

enrigue8
enrigue8

awesome!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Stunning

Anonymous
Anonymous

I like it. But why does it have to look like its bending to the left from the behind

IloveMiami
IloveMiami

Some bend to the left while others bend to the right. Some don’T bend at all. It is what it is.

IloveMiami
IloveMiami

This one IS iconic. But…will it ever get built? Ahh?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Better hurry before that developer goes to visit his late grandmother. He has redefined the Omni area and is currently building what is about to be the new tallest so I take him seriously but he ain’t a spring chicken anymore

Anonymous
Anonymous

To be honest the building doesn’t drive me crazy but it does look like a top tier building. In any major city this building would get great credit

Anonymous
Anonymous

Not loving it. Much like the developer’s project Panorama, it looks underwhelming.

IloveMiami
IloveMiami

Come on…really. Panorama is boring. This looks great.

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