Two 800-foot towers planned for Brickell are now planned to rise even taller than before, according to a new filing with the Federal Aviation Administration.

The buildings are part of the three-tower One Brickell complex. Here is how tall they will now rise, according to a July 15 FAA filing:

- One Brickell, Tower I (Baccarat Residences) is now proposed at 848 feet above ground, or 852 feet above sea level. In 2015, the FAA approved a height for the tower of 828 feet above ground, or 832 feet above sea level.
- One Brickell Tower III is now proposed for a height of 897 feet above ground, or 901 feet above sea level. In 2015, the FAA approved a height for the tower of 877 feet above ground, or 881 feet above sea level.

One Brickell Tower II was approved by the FAA in 2020 for a height of 550 feet above ground, or 554 feet above sea level. It had previously been approved in 2015 for a height of 635 feet above ground, or 639 feet above sea level. The approval order for Tower II remains valid, unlike those for the other two towers which had expired.

Baccarat Residences (Tower I) is planned to rise 75 stories and include 352 residential units and a 10,000 square foot restaurant, according to a construction permit now under review.

Tower II is planned to rise rise 47 stories and include 506 multifamily rental units, according to a recently issued and now active phased construction permit.

Tower III was planned to rise 82 stories, and include a 249-room five-star hotel along with residential units on the upper floors, according to a 2014 filing with Miami planners.

According to a water and sewer utilities deal completed in March 2020, the combined One Brickell complex is planned to include:

- 1,400 apartments
- 249 hotel rooms
- 24,463 square feet of retail

The residential, hotel, and retail figures exactly match the 2014 filing with Miami Planners. However, the 2014 plan also showed 41,272 square feet of office space, which was not listed in the 2020 utilities deal.

According to the 2014 filing with planners, the combined project is planned to include 1,993 parking spaces.