Plans have just been filed with the Federal Aviation Administration for the 61-story Brickell Gateway tower.
According to the March 28 FAA filing, the Brickell Gateway tower is planned to rise to a height of 761 feet above ground, or 772 feet above sea level, making it one of the tallest rental apartment buildings in the city.
Construction is estimated to run from January 2024 through January 2027, the filing states.
The proposal is actively moving through the approval process with Miami-Dade County planners, records show. The project is inside the county’s Rapid Transit zoning area, allowing the developer to choose county rather than city planning review.
Revised plans to meet county planner requests were filed as recently as March 21, records show.
According to the latest plans, Brickell Gateway is now proposed to include:
- 504 multifamily residential units
- 18,276 square feet of retail
- 344 parking spaces
Israeli developer Gazit Horizons is the developer. Atlantic Pacific Communities is also shown in the plan set as a co-developer.
Corwil is the architect.
Demolition has already been completed at the site.
The most recent renderings revision, filed with the county in January 2023:
The site, where demolition was completed last year: