60-Story Summit At Brickell Submitted To FAA

The proposed Summit At Brickell continues to move through the approval process, with a FAA height filing on Friday.

Plans for the tower were submitted to Miami-Dade for review in 2023. County review of the plans remains ongoing.

The tower is now planned to rise 60 stories, and around 760 feet above ground, according to a February revision filing with the county.

Plans submitted to the county last year had shown a height of 69 stories and 843 feet.

On April 5, an FAA filing for the property showed a tower on the site is proposed at 765 feet above ground, or 769 feet above sea level.

The number of units and parking count remains the same, with 500 apartments and 480 parking spaces planned.

Lore Development Group is the developer. Brazilian billionaire Daniel Dantas’ Opportunity is partnering with Leste Group to form Lore.

Corwil is the architect.

 

 

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Anon
15 days ago

Build it – lets go.

Anonymous
15 days ago

Awesome project.

Anonymous
15 days ago

This design is one of my favorites for Miami! The Underline is becoming a fabulous pedestrian paradise with all these architectural marvels along it.

Anonim
15 days ago

Beautiful and elegant building. I wish it were 20 stories taller.

Vet
15 days ago

Wow! It is getting pretty hard to keep track of all the new construction. Been here since 2015

Stop Blandification
15 days ago

Hire another architect who can embrace the lighter more tropical hues of Miami. I’m sick of these grey boxes popping up everywhere.

Anonymous
15 days ago

These hues are perfect for high rises. Brighter warm colors go better on low rises 6 floors or less and look awful on tall buildings.

Anonymous
15 days ago

What are you talking about? Some of Miami’s most legitimately iconic skyscrapers are bright colors.

Anonymous
15 days ago

Name one. Lighting them up at night doesn’t count.

Anonymous
15 days ago

The light-colored tall buildings emit an outdated and lackluster vibe. If you prefer vibrant hues, consider integrating a low-rise village center adorned with bright colors amidst the sleek, modern skyscrapers. Opt for darker and mid-tone hues with earthy city colors for a more cohesive and contemporary urban landscape.

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Anon
15 days ago

Like the new Santander proposal with the bright red top?

Anon
15 days ago

Brickell Flatiron is 64 stories (which is next to this one), the centered tall building in the miami skyline photo is conspicuously/erroneously taller than 60 stories

Anon
14 days ago

Downvote all you want, but the Summit building in the photo must be the previous height (843 ft) as this one is no way 760 ft tall. Nice to have some accuracy and perspective.

No glass no class
15 days ago

69 stories was better and funnier, and shouldn’t “summit” either be the tallest building or the most 69?