The developer planning the massive Casa Forma complex designed by architect Rafael Viñoly has released new details of the project in an application for a zoning hearing, as it continues to move through the approval process.
A request for a zoning hearing was filed with Miami-Dade County on March 10, and documents relating to the filing were submitted on March 14.
According to the new filing, Casa Forma will include:
1,441 residential units
143,328 square feet of office
7,959 square feet of retail
1,532 parking spaces (with 600 dedicated to the Miami-Dade School Board and Arsht Center)
The 54-story tower will top off at 649 feet above sea level, which is the maximum permitted by the Miami-Dade Aviation Department on the property.
An affiliate of Crescent Heights is the developer. The project is also being developed on land owned by the Miami-Dade School Board, which will have its headquarters in the new complex as part of the deal.