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.