This Might Be A Rendering Of The Supertall CCCC Towers Planned For Brickell

A rendering of a twin-tower project in Brickell has surfaced on several Chinese websites.

The towers are referred to as CCCC Miami Towers – Florida’s new landmark.

China City Construction Corp. (which goes by the acronym CCCC) has previously said they would build the tallest towers in Miami on the site where the towers in the rendering are shown.

The company purchased the property in 2014 for $74.74 million and hired Arquitectonica to design the towers. The project is to include 3.2 million square feet of space and cost $875 million.

 

Previous design for Capital at Brickell on the site (architect: Fullerton Diaz):

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Drama Llama
3 years ago

Fullerton Diaz: “And to top the towers we’ll add a beautiful art-deco inspired crown show the world”

Arquitectonica: CYLINDERS

suomynona
3 years ago

Arquicraptonica*

Anonymous
3 years ago

I really like the 2nd design by Fullerton Diaz. Looks wicked pretty.

Anonymous
3 years ago

It would be amazing to have some gothic architecture for these twin towers. Where is our Empire State iconic building? This rendering looks like Brickell Flatiron was sliced in two and stretched

Anonymous
3 years ago

Most would say the Miami Tower.

Oscar
3 years ago

This design is 🙁

PROCALC
3 years ago

much better than the previous arquitectonica design

Anonymous
3 years ago

You are confused.
The original design was the Fullerton Diaz Design.
Which was wicked.
If this is new picture is going to be the actual design.
It’s far from iconic and desirable

PROCALC
3 years ago

Go to this link, you will see all previous options, there is one by Arquitectonica:
https://www.thenextmiami.com/tag/cccc-miami-towers/

William
3 years ago

It’s nice… But nice is expected for this locale. I was hoping for something a bit more interesting. Hopefully something else besides the location is going to differentiate it._________________ I wonder if CCC is related to China State Construction Engineering Corp.. Since they own Plaza Construction and they also are involved with the drama over in the Nassau.

Marc305
3 years ago

Since I live next door to this lot I have been waiting for renderings from CCCC for a while. I must say I don’t hate this particular plan but it is also not the “iconic” design they said they wanted to build when they acquired the terrain. I hope this is only the first draft and that the final product will be better. The developers are Chinese, I think it would be great if they could copy some of the architecture from Shanghai or Hong Kong.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Most Chinese high rises are tall boxes, the iconic buildings are extremely few. Look at what the Chinese are building in downtown L.A, that building in Brickell is the best we will get.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Except for all three of the 1,600ft + talls in Shanghai, and most of the top ten tallest.
http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2014/08/03/1407095060197_Image_galleryImage_SHANGHAI_CHINA_AUGUST_03_.JPG

Anonymous
3 years ago

Doesn’t hold a candle to the Fullerton Diaz proposal.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Not even close

Anonymous
3 years ago

Didn’t have to tell me Arquitectonica designed the latest render for me to know it was them. Same old same old reused design. It’s not really their fault it’s the developer trying to build as cheap as possible to they hire Arquitectonica.

Anonymous
3 years ago

They would need to surpass the 1,049 ft One Brickell City centre if they wanted to become the tallest building in Miami. I agree. They should definitely go with the Fullerton Diaz design. Very Iconic

Anonymous
3 years ago

A DECORATIVE ROOF IN MIAMI?!

I don’t believe my eyes!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Read carefully
The decorative roof buildings were the original designs.
Those were scrapped
That doesn’t happen in Miami. There is no such thing as a decorative roof in Miami. Our only decorations are the cooling systems of AC units.

Marc305
3 years ago

“There is no such thing as a decorative roof in Miami. Our only decorations are the cooling systems of AC units” … sad but true.

Anonymous
3 years ago

The developer is in financial trouble in China. The site won’t be built in the near future.

Marc305
3 years ago

You might be right. I remember hearing something about it last year. There was an article reporting how they had defaulted on bonds and that the company was going back to being controlled by the state. Oh well, at least the Brickell stray cats will keep their lot.

Aj
3 years ago

Chinese Drywall.

Jessica
3 years ago

I would like to see this building at 1,085 ft. So that it can be taller than the Sky tower in Auckland, New Zealand.