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First Look Inside 85-Story Panorama Tower, The Tallest Building In Florida (Photos)

First Look Inside 85-Story Panorama Tower, The Tallest Building In Florida (Photos)

Panorama Tower opened earlier this year in Brickell.

The 85-story tower stands 868 feet above ground, and is now the tallest building in Florida. It includes 821 rental apartments, a 208-room Hyatt Centric hotel, 100,000 square feet of office and 50,000 square feet of retail.

Here is a look at the interior of the residential area.

 

(below photos via Panorama Tower)

Billiards room:

Playroom:

Fitness Center:

Movie theaters:

Pool:

Wine room:

Model units:

Panoramic views:

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Was expecting better finishes in amenity areas but I’m not surprised, Hollo has never been the pinnacle of quality

Anonymous
Anonymous

I am happy to say that I moved here in September. I was living at One Broadway before. Haters will hate but I am paying the same amount of rent for a much better apartment and building, and I now my job is literally two buildings down the street. I love going home to enjoy my city view. Best decision I ever made.

peej
peej

the 2nd theater shown looks terribly uncomfortable, & LOL @ the Xeljanz ad on the screen.

Also very surprised that’s the only pool, for a building with so many units.

Lastly,the Foosball players better beware of errant golf ricochets…

Anonymous
Anonymous

Hater

Anonymous
Anonymous

So many units….AND A HOTEL TOO!!!!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

I went to see the pool area and was pretty surprised of the horrific design. I also saw the Lobby and was not impressed. Was seriously considering to rent there before they opened, but not anymore at this design and price point.

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¯\_(ツ)_/¯

That’s a pretty lame pool for such a grand building…

Anonymous
Anonymous

Look at those pathetic narrow sidewalks in the second picture. You can see how narrow the public sidewalk is next to the street.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Um yeah, sure.. and do you also see the hundreds of people walking on those “narrow sidewalks” in the second picture?

Anonymous
Anonymous

I’d probably walk on the other side too!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Amen! Tallest building and there’s not even enough space to walk a dog!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

looks nice but 2 movies theaters and one tiny pool ??

Anonymous
Anonymous

Funny, but don’t they show two pools in the pictures? One pool for the kiddies and the other for adults?

Matteo
Matteo

Is that really the only pool? That has to be a joke. It looks like they ran out of money when it came time to furnish the common areas. Literally every aspect of the place looks cheap and tasteless.
I was considering looking there to rent when my lease is up. Not a chance.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Sweet! I hope this quiet the boo-birds.

Anonymous
Anonymous

For a rental building, this looks quite nice. I have to say, it looks nicer than what most of the new construction condos look like (and considering the price people paid for those condos), arguably much better.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Well, that’s it after years of reading on this site – I now know that I must be different than the rest. I went through the pics of this RENTAL and said to myself ‘wow this place looks gorgeous’ and then I see the comments.

I don’t know the builder/developer or any of that stuff — I just think the place looks great.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I live there and trust me, you are right. The negative comments you have been reading are more than likely by people who cannot afford to live there and are simply jealous.

marc
marc

Lots of competitors throwing shade on this site on the daily.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Miami sure does love their blue lights

Anonymous
Anonymous

This is Miami and if you haven’t notice yet, people in this city love to complain just for the sake of complaining. So you have to be careful about even the lights you choose.

Anonymous
Anonymous

That pool is horrible. I heard they won’t even show you the amenities until you agree with there crazy prices. My client went there and they said they have no 2 bedrooms available. How is that possible with 85 floors

Anonymous
Anonymous

Not all 85 floors have gotten their CO yet, only about half way up

Anonymous
Anonymous

BORING………….

Anonymous
Anonymous

I don’t think the finishes are that bad. I’m no fan of grey, but it’s much better than brown and beige popular ten years ago. As for the pool, you’re minutes from the beach!

Gene
Gene

It’s not 5 mins from the beach. More like 30 mins from the beach. Still kind I suppose. And, to get there you have to DRIVE.

Steaming pile of Ocertown feces
Steaming pile of Ocertown feces

OVERTOWN* god damnit

Anonymous
Anonymous

Overtown was a happening and thriving place when Brickell was still just a sleepy little old folks enclave.

Checkout some history if don’t believe me.

Anonymous
Anonymous

why would someone rent in a rental building when there are such great condos in the area at the same if not better prices. Plus these rental buildings always hit you with stupid fees

Anonymous
Anonymous

Huh? Ever hear of association fees and special assessements.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Renters don’t pay those fees

Anonymous
Anonymous

terrible finishes. i wish this was never built. hollo is garbage.

value engineered to death.

Anonymous
Anonymous

so bad

Anonymous
Anonymous

waste of great land

this will never be a success

Anonymous
Anonymous

UGLY

Magazine
Magazine

It seems clear most of the comments on the thread are from competitors with a competing interest. Maybe you don’t love the building – totally fair, but it’s not terrible as the comments allege. I always found it curious why such a large building, on the water, would be rentals. To really fill this building, seemingly you would need overseas demand, which you don’t get with rentals.

Interior apartments look nice – though the pool is extremely underwhelming. I work across the street and that’s been apparent since construction – we all would say, “wow, that can’t be the only area for the pool.” It looks like it should just be the pool for the hotel.

I was also hoping the ground floor would be better activated with groundfloor retail, which is severely lacking on Brickell Bay Drive. But if you get the right view, it would certainly be worth checking this place out.