New renderings of the 62-story Brickell tower proposed to replace Fire Station Number 4 have been released, ahead of a vote on the deal.
The project will actually include two connected towers, one at 62 stories and the other at 23 stories. The tallest would top off at 752 feet.
The City of Miami Commission is scheduled to decide whether to ratify an agreement negotiated by developer JDS with city administrators. A commission meeting is scheduled for today.
Site plans for the project have been submitted to commissioners. New renderings have also been obtained by the SFBJ.
Shop Architects is designing the project, the plans show.
The project is proposed to include over 1,000 residential units, as well as hotel, office, retail, and wellness. A rebuilt park and fire station is also part of the deal. Full details are here.
Construction must begin within 18 months of site plan approval, with completion of the fire station 36 months from approval.