Hyatt Centric At 85-Story Panorama Tower Opening Next Week

Construction is nearly complete at the 85-story Panorama Tower in Brickell, now the tallest building in Florida.

The developers have obtained a Temporary Certificate of Occupancy for the 202-room Hyatt Centric Brickell on the lower floors, according to a spokesperson for the developer. Hotel reservations are being accepted for April 5 and onward, although the pool deck will remain closed for construction until further notice, according to the Hyatt website.

Panorama’s upper levels will include 821 apartment units. Inspections are now underway in order to obtain a TCO, the spokesperson said.

Once open, Panorama will become the tallest residential building south of Manhattan.

Residents will have access to numerous amenities. One of those will be a soundproof “Muse Room,” designed especially for musicians, allowing for recording and live music sessions.

 

 

muse room at panorama:

 

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Anonymous
3 years ago

lots of constant complaints about needing taller buildings….one gets built and still complaints….this building isnt bad looking at all and actually is a great addition to the skyline…it should be noted that this building has spacious floor plans and lot of amenities….

Anonymous
3 years ago

Yea it is a nice addition to the skyline, however, the amenities are for residents only I think. What this city needs is a super tall that will be recognized around the world and be accessible to the general public. Skyrise and One bayfront plaza are good examples. I think its about time for Miami to gets its own iconic building

Anonymous
3 years ago

I’d rather Miami have an iconic sculpture rather than a building a la Bean sculpture in Chicago. Condos and office buildings can only be enjoyed by so many….

Anonymous
3 years ago

Yeah, I can just see it now, BEANS all over downtown… lol…..

Anonymous
3 years ago

^ lmao

Anonymous
3 years ago

why is that the only picture?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Everything about this building is bland. Its height is its only standout feature, but I shudder to think what the condition of an 80+ story all rental tower will be in a year or two.

Anonymous
3 years ago

I thought this at first also, but if you go see the finishes you will see that it is quite nice.

Anonymous
3 years ago

I don’t mind the building, especially when Four Seasons wasn’t anything spectacular either. Frankly, the wooden paneling in the music room screams horrid 1960s living room.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Considering the Four Seasons was quite bland as the tallest, I don’t mind. Most the fixtures are nice, but that 1960s living room wood paneling in the music room is awful.

Anonymous
3 years ago

The wood panels might be some sort of acoustic paneling. Cork maybe?

Anonymous
3 years ago

You mean the 1/4″ thick laminate flooring or the $3 per sq ft tile that the leasing agent says “looks just like marble”.
The Bosch appliances are a nice touch, but for $3.25 per sq ft for rent, they ought to at least out do the Aimco Building accross the street that will begin construction soon, and wreck the views to the waterfront.

Anonymous
3 years ago

It’s not all rental, there’s a Hyatt Hotel, some retail and some office space

Anonymous
3 years ago

I would be a dollar that you have not been inside the building and you are making your comments based on incomplete information.
Floor to ceiling glass is not common. Double or nothing. Your apartment does not have floor to ceiling glass as a standout feature, right?
Having said that, I’m not a fan of the building. The pricing is aspirational to be euphemistic.

It is a fine rental building. Within a few years…probably after 1201 Brickell is stabablized, they will convert this to condo and keep the street level retail and the almost 200 hotel rooms.