Plans have been filed with the county for a 29-story residential tower at the entrance to Brickell.
The project appears to have been redesigned from an earlier proposal for the same lot. Miami’s UDRB review the project in April, when it was planned as a “meticulously designed” 24-story project.
The property is being added to Miami-Dade’s Rapid Transit System Development Zone, allowing oversight of development by the county rather than the city.
On July 31, a pre-application was filed with Miami-Dade planners for the new tower.
The project is now proposed to include:
There will be six parking levels, screened with a painted metal system in an “intricate” pattern.
The tower is planned to top off at 309 feet.
Beilinson Gomez is the architect.
Rockville Hospitality LLC is the developer.