First Rendering Released Of Major Supertall Condo Tower In Brickell

The developers planning the Major supertall in Brickell have released the first rendering of the proposed condo tower to the New York Post.

Major is being developed by JDS, in partnership with Major Food Group.

The tower is planned to rise 82-stories, or 1,049-feet. At that height, it would be significantly taller than any existing building in Miami as of today.

It is planned to include 259 condos, along with multiple food and beverage outlets

Miami-Dade planners are currently reviewing the proposed design.

Studio Sofield is the design consultant, with ODP the architect of record.

 

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Anonymous
1 month ago

This building will mostly block my water view, but guess what? I bought in a booming city and fully expected that. One thing I’m not gonna do is complain like the pitiful owners in SLSLux. More beautiful supertalls for our beautiful city, please!

Anonymous
1 month ago

I agree… as long as there’s action at the ground level, who cares.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The people that like their view!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Tough shit. Should have done some research before spending a half million on a non-waterfront property.

Wow
1 month ago

Finally someone with a brain in regards to a dense major city’s growth!

Anonymous
1 month ago

It looks like a supertall turd. Really? This?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Let me guess. You like Skyrise. LOL.

Not Anonymous
1 month ago

I liked Skyrise and this.

Anonymous
1 month ago

What happened to Skyrise anyway? Did it take off and rose into the sky so high until it just disappeared?

Original poster
1 month ago

No, I actually didn’t. But I would love to see 15-20 supertall residential/office buildings in the urban core.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Office buildings? Who do you know “goes to the office” nowadays? Very rare.

Anonymous
1 month ago

You must be new here. There is high demand for office space in Brickell. 830 Brickell, the building blocking the view of SLSLux, is exclusively office and will become the 2nd tallest office tower in Miami.

Anonymous
1 month ago

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Anon
1 month ago

Beautiful and ambitious. Love the warmer metals. About time we shook up the architecture in this city.

Paul
1 month ago

I just noticed the giant golden statues on the crown of the building. Interesting combination of a pragmatic floor plate design with Art Deco elements.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The giant Golden statues are aliens protecting Miami. LOL!

Anonymous
1 month ago

I’m pretty sure they necessary for Gozer the Gozerian

Anonymous
1 month ago

You know this building is going to look sick in movies that take place in Miami. I can just picture the camera panning over Brickell now

Not Anonymous
1 month ago

If they ever revive Miami Vice, it will be this building, and not the Atlantic that is featured

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s been a long time acoming!

Anonymous
1 month ago

What? The aliens…

Anonymous
1 month ago

Very NY with the statues on top. I like it!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Very New York, but we’ll never come close to New York.

Anonymous
1 month ago

NYC is an older city but with time, Miami can’t surpass it. We are already getting a lot of NY’ers coming to Miami, now next would be NY companies to move here.

Anonymous
1 month ago

NY is the old grandma with money but we are the young and sexy girl that is just now starting her long and profitable career.

Anonymous
1 month ago

If she going to have a long and profitable career, she’s probably not sexy.

Antennae
1 month ago

Dancing poles

Anonymous
1 month ago

Whatever it takes

Idc about the podium, looks elegant
1 month ago

That’s beautiful!! It has a classical appeal and I’m all for it.

Casey
1 month ago

Simple and beautiful.

Melo’s pájaro nalgon
1 month ago

Are those gargoyles at the top? 1000ft in the air looking down into brickell? This is too good to be true.

Little havana rep
1 month ago

That vibe is legit, no cap jit. Hope it stay like that no cap. Aight bet

Melo’s pájaro nalgon
1 month ago

Facts. Too many jits in the area. You gotta remain strapped.

Jit
1 month ago

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Archiami
1 month ago

What a pixeled rendering

Anonymous
1 month ago

ODP Should just change their name to AOR…. lol

Anonymous
1 month ago

Look @Shawn Kouri. Renderings!!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Parking podiums are inevitable but damn it looks like a mausoleum

Anonymous
1 month ago

It looks better than that Monk Monastery looking building downtown.

Anonymous
1 month ago

What building?

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s called the “library.”

Anonymous
1 month ago

The “monk monastery” is probably the last public building built here with civic pride in mind. Case in point, the boring and ugly, yet costly new courthouse.

Anonymous
1 month ago

“built here with civic pride?”

I believe that out of place structure was built with tax payer money.

Anonymous
1 month ago

love it…..adds a unique vibe

Melo is sigma and chad
1 month ago

Please start piling work

Anonymous
1 month ago

Dubai is laughing at us

Bob
1 month ago

I think that Dubai understands that none of the “Supertalls” will be built in this economy . That is what they are laughing about.

Anonymous
1 month ago

truth gets downvotes….. these kids use this forum as an echo chamber

Anonymous
1 month ago

i laugh at Dubai for having the only unwalkable downtown in the world

spell it right
1 month ago

In actuality, the real downtown in Dubai is Deira, Bur Dubai and Burjuman, and it’s more walkable than most American cities. What is called downtown Dubai is where Burj Khalifa is and even though it’s not the most walking paradise due to weather and some wide roads, it’s got really wide side walks and for a section of the city that literally didn’t exist 30 years ago it’s wonderful and home to gorgeous architecture, an opera with no parking and the tallest building in the world

Anonymous
1 month ago

Nobody cares

Anonymous
1 month ago

The only thing that could make this rendering better would be if those atrocious Four Ambassadors were missing. Please, rich developers, do something good for the community and buy out those owners!

Anonymous
1 month ago

I like this building, it doesn’t take much to bring something new and pretty, it doesn’t have to be iconic. Melo, arquitectonica, related, korbi: Take note!!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Beautiful tower for the Brickell skyline, that podium doesn’t look very pedestrian friendly tho.

Anonymous
1 month ago

What, that parking podium is going to curse people out walking by?

Abul Icktar Misha
1 month ago

I dunno. I need better renderings. The podium looks terrible and are those gold mermaids on the roof corners? Kinda cheesy.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Don’t understand what the problem is with this building going to the height of 1100ft.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The airplanes with scratch the cooling towers dude! Then no AC for the building..

Anonymous
1 month ago

“The airplanes with scratch the cooling towers”

Um, what?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Stop this BS! The height limit has been cover to death on this site. There is a major airport eight miles to the west, northwest of downtown. That’s why the tower cannot be 1,100ft!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Covered….correction

Anonymous
1 month ago

So, if height limit would been 1100, 1150, or 1200 feet, you would’ve been okay with that also?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Im loving the idea of the Hive Design with these cubed balconies…. can’t tell if its a one bedroom unit or studio or 4 bedroom floor plex….. super cool design idea that would be nice if caught on in Miami type related arquitectonia condos.

Dionisio Garcia
1 month ago

Miami was not meant to be built like NY. There more demand for high rise buildings and the more likelihood of poverty in its vicinity. More and more neighborhoods will start to disappear and more people that can’t afford to live in that lifstyle will soon be forced out of their homes. Homes, Apt, Condos, etc…those that people paid for over 30 years will be forced to sell or else!

Anonymous
1 month ago

I’ll take “major” over calling a box “iconic” or a “game-changer.”

Saltydog
1 month ago

Boxy architecture is out curves are in. The top should be like the 👑 jewel Miami is

Anonymous
1 month ago

Boooring 🥱

Anonymous
1 month ago

If you like that it looks so much like NYC then go back to NYC, nobody wants you here.

All culture will be gone and replaced by basic mericans.🙄

Anonymous
1 month ago

Sooo…..why do we still have the Four Ambassadors?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Because the “Four Ambassadors” were some of the first towers to be built in the Brickell area.

Anonymous
1 month ago

World’s tallest prison

Anonymous
1 month ago

Ha! 🐑

lop
1 month ago

Are those Francis Suarez & Dani Lacava’s statues over watching who got the 10th booster shoot?

Anonymous
1 month ago

I have a feeling you actually think that’s her name. 🤦‍♂️

Anonymous
1 month ago

design is so out of place/context. and the cheesy statues????

Yikes
1 month ago

You want Miami to stay Vanilla

Anonymous
1 month ago

This design is like from the 80s 😂🤣

Anonymous
1 month ago

The Major it’s a MAJOR MISTAKE!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Major Parking Podium

Anonymous
1 month ago

Mama.. I see Parking Podiums…

lol…