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First Glass Installed At Brickell Flatiron As Construction Pace Accelerates

First Glass Installed At Brickell Flatiron As Construction Pace Accelerates

Brickell Flatiron is now rising much faster than before, and contractors recently installed the first glass windows.

The tower recently passed the point where typical floors are being built, allowing for much quicker construction. One floor is now being added every week, with level 25 poured late last month.

Brickell Flatiron is the second tallest tower under construction in Miami, at 65 stories and 734 feet above ground. Most units have already been presold.

 

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Fifo
Fifo

Where’s the glass??

Anonymous
Anonymous

??

Anonymous
Anonymous

When people complain about parking garages, here’s an example. Look at that base and imagine how much it cost to build. That’s your parking garage. In 15-20 years, or whenever, when we have more transit in Miami and/or self driving cars and most people do not own an automobile, that cost will still be present.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Lol, ok! Miami will be carless in 20years but we have zero mass tranit outside an above ground system from decades ago. Even if decisions on transit were made today the completion of any decent mass transit wouldn’t happen in that time for transit to rival NY, London, etc. Get real!

So over these tired conversations about cars and transit, until we go underground (yea, right!) there will never be a true solution. Sorry!

Polo
Polo

They probably will covert that space if needed to condos or office space.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Or turn it into shelter

Anonymous
Anonymous

The ramps, lower ceilings in garages, etc. It costs a lot of $$$ to convert.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Its still available space.

Anonymous
Anonymous

What a silly comment. The place will be ready in 3 years and needs parking now. In 20 years, if it’s no longer needed, you build it out into some great amenities. There are so many anti parking people in Miami…in NY Chicago and LA all they do is beg, plead and pay BIG TIME $$ for parking. But since they may not need in 20 years…maybe they shouldn’t worry about it. Sorry for the snarkiness – I’m guessing it was a troll comment anyway.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The same people who complain about parking decks also claim Miami will flood some day. Buildings on pedestals won’t have to worry. Just infill them and add a marina.

Anonymous
Anonymous

They’ll be jet-ski parking.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Funny 🙂

Anonymous
Anonymous

People will still need a place to park their flying cars. Lol

Anonymous
Anonymous

People won’t own cars.

Park on south side?
Park on south side?

What is going on with the Raymond Jungles designed park on the south end of the site? That piece was supposed to be given to the City…