A developer is planning a 59-story tower on the Miami River in Brickell called Two Riverside.
The project will be a “signature development,” that will activate the riverfront with a public riverwalk and ground floor commercial space, according to a representative of the developer.
Lofty Brickell is already under construction next door at the One Brickell Riverfront site, where two towers are planned at 43 and 44 stories with 784 residential units.
The new 59-story tower is proposed to include:
The new riverwalk will be just over 10 feet in some spots, the filing shows.
In October, the developer received FAA approval for a tower height of 731 feet above ground, or 733 feet above sea level on the property. The approval letter was sent to NGD Riverfront LLC in Miami.
The proposal was reviewed by the Miami River Commission’s Urban Infill and Greenways Subcommittee on October 16. The Commission is scheduled to review the proposal on November 6.
One Brickell Riverfront, just west of the site where the new tower is proposed:
The location of the new tower: