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Leases At One Bayfront Plaza Expire By 3Q 2019, Allowing 92-Story Tower To Move Forward

Leases At One Bayfront Plaza Expire By 3Q 2019, Allowing 92-Story Tower To Move Forward

Demolition at One Bayfront Plaza could begin in about a year, to make way for a 92-story tower.

Florida East Coast Realty manager Jerome Hollo told Miami Today that leases at the existing building on site run through the second or third quarter of 2019. After that, the building will be demolished.

Earlier this year, revised plans for the new 92-story tower were approved by Miami Planning & Zoning Staff. Documents are now being prepared to apply for a construction permit.

The project will include:

  • 1,361 rental apartments
  • 534,379 square feet of office space
  • 101,650 square feet of retail
  • 200 hotel rooms
  • 2,117 parking spaces
  • Observation deck on level 92

It will be the tallest building in Florida at 1,049 feet above sea level.

The developer is in talks with FDOT to build a pedestrian bridge to an adjacent Metromover station.

 

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Finally a high rise with a observation deck. Sweet!

Anonymous
Anonymous

My most wanted tower for Miami for many years. Hope it finally happens. And they better build that pedestrian bridge properly

Anonymous
Anonymous

I see what you did there at the end and agree.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Metromover and pedestrian-friendly is an oxymoron.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Man that’s beautiful…..

Anonymous
Anonymous

Her backside is so sexy.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Please please please please please

Anonymous
Anonymous

I like this rendering but am I the only one who preferred the old rendering of the building more?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Not to beat a dead horse… but 2000 parking spaces? For real? Come on!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Ludicrous

Alan
Alan

I somewhat agree with your comment. However, that’s a 92 story building with a retail component and hotel. It requires ample parking.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Won’t happen. By 2019, these renderings will be ‘value engineered’ to give us something less impressive and boring.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I agree. Everyone always releases impressive renderings and then delivers something cheaper later on. It’s how the development game is played.