Downtown Development Authority Releases 3D Map To Help Visualize Future Skyline

Miami’s Downtown Development Authority has launched a Downtown Miami Interactive 3-D Skyline Map, which outlines 116 projects either proposed, under construction or recently completed.

The map helps to give an idea of what is downtown Miami will soon look like, although it does omit many projects and includes some erroneous or outdated data.

The DDA says that they will update the map quarterly to keep tabs on one of the world’s fastest growing cities.

To see the interactive map, click here.

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Anonymous
5 years ago

The proposals(purple) dominates the map. I like how Edgewater is looking though. I hope all that purple – especially in Edgewater comes to the two blue colors soon.

dave
5 years ago

I’m really really really hoping the innovation district happens!!! : )

Anonymous
5 years ago

Yesss me too…I haven’t seen any recent articles or news on the Miami Innovation District. It has been pretty much dead. Ever since they propose the tall ad billboard tower and that they were gaining support from Tech companies.

dave
5 years ago

i know i find this very upsetting…im hoping they to push for the tower/district again or maybe change the design of the tower. then again this is miami and it takes years for things to get approval and actually happen. I’m remaining positive.

Anonymous
5 years ago

No way, The design of that tower is gorgeous. The only problem that tower brings is that it lights up like a sun of ads in the night and residents weren’t too thrilled about that. If they can maybe tone down the lights or have no ads then maybe. But I like the innovation district because I think it includes about 5 to 6 buildings of good size for added depth and not to mention we will have our own version of silicon valley which is cool if Google, MS, Apple and other tech companies have offices there.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Pretty cool, but the link to the interactive map is giving me some sort of error and it won’t load. Hmm.

VidaEsParaiso
5 years ago

Edgewater is going to boom soon. Heights of the buildings are going to get shorter and shorter as they go west toward the airport. A true metropolis being developed in front of our own eyes. 2020 will just be the beginning to the vast growth of Miami!