Miami’s Six Tallest Towers Under Construction

Miami is once again undergoing a wave of construction that is remaking the skyline.

With the current crop, there will be over 50 towers above the 500-foot mark in downtown Miami alone.

Miami’s skyline has grown rapidly. The vast majority of the city’s 50 tallest towers were completed in just the last decade.

Below is a list of the six tallest under construction as of August 2017. (Excluded are a number of 649-foot towers being built in Sunny Isles.)

 

6 – Echo Brickell (637 feet above ground, 57 stories) – topped off:

(photo: phillip pessar)

 

5 – SLS Lux (648 feet above ground, 57 stories) – topped off:

 

4 – Paramount Miami Worldcenter (699 feet above ground, 65 stories) currently at level 19:

 

 

3 – One Thousand Museum (706 feet above ground, 62 stories) currently at level 50:

 

2 – Brickell Flatiron (734 feet above ground, 65 stories) currently on the 12th floor:

(photo: phillip pessar)

 

1 – Panorama Tower (868 feet above ground, 85 stories) – topped off earlier this year:

 

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Anonymous
3 years ago

Make it 8 when One bayfront plaza and One brickell city center starts construction. Hope they get built.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Too far into the future to even begin cheering those 2…

Anonymous
3 years ago

Those are classified as super talls. 1000+ or above

Fredric
3 years ago

I agree. Once at least one of those two supertalls is finally U/C, I will feel like Miami has finally, truly arrived in the big time.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Can we get into the 1000+ ranges already.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Um yeah, anything you say…we’ll get on it right away sir.

Anonymous
3 years ago

The most sublime is the Flatiron building. Love those Art Deco streamlined balconies.

Anonymous
3 years ago

The skyline at night will be an amazing sight in a few years.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Look at all the space around Paramount. Wow, it really is happening. Park West will become walkable. Just looking at the website more — 25 acres, 40 amenities, gorgeous building….I think it may replace 1000 Museum as my new #1 future development just because it’s so unique.

David
3 years ago

Even if there are new skyscrapers in the skyline of Miami, they aren’t gonna replace One Thousand Museum for it’s luxury condo spaces, Every skyscraper has their own purposes and styles, but I actually agree with you.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Yes

Anonymous
3 years ago

All very tall, beautiful buildings if you ask me

Anonymous
3 years ago

I wonder if they’ll do anything about the infrastructure that is required to open one of these buildings… yes beautiful buildings, but the streets are under water after it rains for 10 minutes. Not only that, but Miami is one of the most underpaid cities in the country yet apartments cost over 1 Mil! If you are going to make housing so expensive make sure our income is up there. Yes other cities like NYC and San Francisco are expensive too, but income is way higher!

Jesus
3 years ago

Like the list. Prefer to see what is under construction and not topped off. Helps me look forward to what the skyline will become.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Wonder if they’re going to fix the (unattractive) pedestal of 1000 museum? Looks great in renderings, but nothing like the real thing yet.

Anonymous
3 years ago

still a lot of construction to go

Anonymous
3 years ago

LOL…patience is a virtue

Anonymous
3 years ago

Just curious, what are the projects in sunny isles that are not being mentioned?

Anonymous
3 years ago

I believe Jade Signature is still finishing up, Turnberry, Muse, and the Armani Tower.

Anonymous
3 years ago

This is great, love to see Miami thriving and becoming a greater Intl hub… My concern though traffic, transportation, we really need a better system to be able to accommodate all the new residents and businesses.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Absolutely disgusting what has happened to the skyline in Miami no one can see the water anymore because of greedy Developers

Anonymous
3 years ago

If you have to rely on looking over someone else’s property for your water view, you can count on losing it sooner or later.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Really?…Miami is flat, meaning it has no topography – no mountains or hills whatsoever. if you’re not driving over a bridge or standing on the shoreline of the beach or bay, or up in some highrise, more than likely you’re not going to see the ocean.

Now if you’re out there creating jobs like these developers, stop it with the useless whining.

Anonymous
3 years ago

I agree, we should keep expanding toward the everglades, more single homes and gated communities with no personality is what we need. That way you can see the ocean everyday in the morning for two longs hours from your USB, when you commute to civilization.

Rigo
3 years ago

Creo que podemos desarrollarnos en todos los sentidos