There won’t be any condos at Tibor Hollo’s 92-story One Bayfront Plaza.
Instead, all of the residential units at the project will be rental apartments, a representative of the developer told The Next Miami this week.
That could give the building the distinction of being the world’s tallest rental apartment building (all other residential buildings at that height are condos).
The developer also confirmed that the unit count has increased to 1,052 apartments, instead of a previously announced 902.
Another unusual aspect of the project (at least for Miami) – apartments won’t have balconies. Instead, units will have internal lanais with closed sliding glass doors, the developer said.
Construction is scheduled to begin in January 2019 and last 40 months.
Kohn Pedersen Fox is the architect.