A demolition permit has just been applied for at 1428 Brickell.
According to the January 20 demolition permit filing, total demolition of 100,762 square feet is planned, at an estimated cost of $550,000.
In its place, a 71-story, 861-foot luxury residential tower is planned, with 189 condos.
The building will have a “solar backbone,” with photovoltaic panels integrated into windows capable of generating 170 megawatts annually. It is planned to become the first solar-powered residential high-rise in the world.
The project was submitted for UDRB review in November 2022, with conversion to contracts in December and commission payments to brokers now underway.
The building is being designed by ACPV Architects led by Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel, with architecture by Arquitectonica.