An architect has created renderings of what a tower could look like on a newly sold downtown Miami property which allows for the tallest possible building in Miami.
The Lynx Property (also known as the Burdines Property) is in an area of downtown Miami which allows for a tower of up to 1,049 feet.
Architect Jo Palma created conceptual renderings of what such a project could look like for brokers who were marketing the property.
Miami zoning code actually allows potentially unlimited height, but the Federal Aviation Administration set that cap in the area at 1,049 feet above sea level, since the area is in a flight path into and out of Miami International Airport.
The Palma-designed concept appears to be significantly taller than the Centrust Tower next door (now known as Miami Tower). The Centrust Tower stands at 47 stories and 625 feet above ground.
The new owner of the property is Enrique Manhard, who paid $46 million for the land. It is currently used as a surface parking lot.