Feds Give 48-Story Brickell Bayview Center Green-Light To Begin Construction

The FAA issued a determination last week that the planned 48-story, 555-foot tall Brickell Bayview Center will not be hazardous to air navigation and can proceed with construction.

Architecture firm ADD Inc. designed the project, located directly across the street from both Brickell City Centre and Mary Brickell Village at 86 S.W. 8 Street. It will include 420 residential units, 440 parking spaces, and 4,500 square feet of ground floor retail.

Construction is expected to begin shortly. Zom is the developer, and Balfour Beatty is the contractor.

 

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Anonymous
7 years ago

I think this building is directly behind Brickell Heights. There go all of their views.. Crazy

marc
7 years ago

This is directly west of the BK strip mall not Brickell Height.

gregory
7 years ago

I love this density, but the public transit isn’t keeping me.

gregory
7 years ago

*up

Anonymous
7 years ago

Lol is not about views anymore is more about location now being close to everything parks,museum,shops,malls,bars,clubs,restaurants, free metro mover and trolly buses soon downtown will be connected to Miami beach and much more

Anonymous
7 years ago

Lol, view’s in the name.

Anonymous
7 years ago

I guess the person living on the 48th floor might have a bay view. Thus the name Brickell Bayview Center. Frankly speaking no one buying a condo in West Brickell can expect either a view of Biscayne Bay or a park anywhere nearby.

Anonymous
7 years ago

I guess the point was that the view’s in the name, and there aren’t views (except for maybe 1/48th of the floors). Thus, the name’s misleading and a bad marketing/sales ploy

Really???
7 years ago

The name is the name of the EXISTING building that when built probably did have bayviews. The entire project is the Chase building as well as the additional land that the ramp and parking lot is on. Not only will they be building the residential tower but the will be renovating the existing office space. I’m sure once they get further along they will give a name for the residential tower.

brix n mordor
7 years ago

The Chase Building changed its name to Brickell City Tower. Sounds like this Bayview name for the ZOM resi tower is a working name. Crocker is not a partner in the resi deal. They are owners of the office building and sold off the land next door to ZOM.

Really???
7 years ago

Missing the point. Crocker started with the plans to develop the site and used the previous name of the site Brickell Bayview. They then sold off the lot to ZOM who’s moving forward with what looks like the same design. Why would they change the name through the permitting process?? The name has always been a stand in from the original development. Wait until they start actually marketing the project to complain about the name.

Marc305
7 years ago

I am a little puzzled.. This article says that this project will be located at 86 SW 8th Street. Chase Bank is 80 SW 8th Street, the Brickell Way Building is 90 SW 8th Street. I go by this street quite a bit and there is no space in between. I guess we will have to wait and see. I agree the name is misleading, because there will be no bay views. You might be able to see a little water from the river, but Brickell Edge will be right in the way.