A construction permit application for a 71-story tower in Brickell was just submitted to Miami’s Building Department.
The tower will become one of the tallest in Miami, at 861 feet above ground.
It will also be the world’s the first residential high-rise in the world partially powered by the sun, the developer says, with 500 photovoltaic-integrated windows.
According to the March 10 construction permit application, a total of 189 condos will be built, along with a six level parking garage.
Total hard construction cost is estimated at $144,319,176.
A demolition permit for an existing 10-story office building on the site was applied for in January and is in review.
John Moriarty is listed as the contractor on the new construction permit application.
The building is being designed by ACPV Architects led by Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel, with architecture by Arquitectonica.
Ytech is the developer.