Plans have been filed for a 24-story residential tower in Brickell.
According to a letter sent to City of Miami planners, the developer is proposing an urban infill, mixed-
use project, in a structure that is “meticulously designed.”
The project is proposed to include:
- 240 dwelling units (of which 70 will be micro-units)
- 43,920 square feet of commercial space on the ground floor and second level
- 470 car parking spaces, 260 bicycle spaces
There will be five parking levels, screened with a perforated metal screen in an “intricate” pattern. To soften the metal screen art treatment the façade also features “warm wood panel moments.”
The tower will top off at 257 feet.
Beilinson Gomez is the architect.
Rockville Hospitality LLC is the developer.
Miami’s Urban Development Review Board is scheduled to review the proposal on April 19.