Miami commissioners are scheduled to vote on revised design guidelines for One Brickell City Centre that will allow for the office tower to proceed.
One Brickell City Centre is planned to rise 80 stories, or 1,049 feet.
The proposed changes will allow for larger floor plates.
Underground construction that was previously planned as part of a mixed-use project is also now being cancelled.
According to a letter from the developer’s attorney, the previously proposed underground parking, underground loading, and underground Metromover connection have been removed from the proposed One Brickell City Centre development.
One BCC will otherwise provide all required parking and loading in accordance with the SAP, and will continue to provide an above-grade pedestrian connection over the Metromover Station, the letter states.
The project will include include public plazas on the east side of the block, and a direct connection from Brickell Avenue to the BCC Metromover Station (which was previously upgraded with the first phase of Brickell City Centre).
The emblematic climate ribbon feature will be extended over the Metromover Station and carried eastward into the One BCC block to create an inviting entrance directly on Brickell Avenue.
Miami commissioners are scheduled to vote on the changes at a July 28 meeting.