A meeting of the Miami-Dade Developmental Impact Committee has been scheduled to decide whether Brightline’s proposed Supertowers at MiamiCentral will be allowed to move forward.
According to a mailed notice, Miami Supertower A, LLC and Miami Supertower B, LLC are requesting a special exception for a general development plan. It isn’t clear what exactly the exception is.
The meeting is scheduled for December 20.
A separate memo issued by the Miami-Dade Aviation Department states that the site allows a height in the 800 to 900 foot range.
The submitted plans listed a height of 83-stories, or 850 feet for the two towers, which appears to be in line with what is allowed.
The new towers are proposed to have a total of 2,007 residential units, 49,634 square feet of retail, and 2,136 parking spaces.
Construction is already underway to enlarge one of the supertower sites by redirecting a city street.