New Rendering Of 61-Story Brickell Gateway As Developer Requests Final Approval

The developers of the proposed 61-story Brickell Gateway tower have submitted a request for final approval of the project from county planners, and released a new rendering.

According to the July 22 final submission to Miami-Dade, Brickell Gateway is planned to rise 747 feet above ground and include:

  • 504 multifamily residential units
  • 18,287 square feet of retail space on the first two floors
  • 348 parking spaces

Instead of going through the City of Miami planners, the developers are taking advantage of the property location in a rapid transit zone, allowing review by county planners.

Final review of the project began June 30, after the process was initiated in March.

Demolition at the site was completed within the past few months.

Gazit Horizons and Atlantic Pacific are the developers, with Corwil the architect.

 

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Melo is sigma and chad
6 months ago

Glad the county route is making this project move faster.

Southwest Til' I die!
6 months ago

This is a gorgeous building!

YEET
6 months ago

Beautiful building! Nice addition to the skyline

Anonymous
6 months ago

That’s a beaut!

Melo, the true giga chad
6 months ago

Love the design, but…I wish they had half of the parking garage underground. 15 Levels above street level is ridiculous is it looks hideous.

Anonymous
6 months ago

“is ridiculous is it looks hideous”

Um, what?

Anonymous
6 months ago

LOL, says the guy with a name worshiping the one of the biggest offenders of hideous parking garages.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Honestly it looks better than your average podium in Miami

calivalle
6 months ago

Awesome beauty…

anyoneofus
6 months ago

15 levels of parking and taking advantage of that rapid transit zone.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Brickell Soaring.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Parking base is hideous but glad to see another development in Brickell!

Anonymous
6 months ago

What, would you rather see another hideous mural like on CitizenM? IMHO, it looks like any office building at first glance. The requirement to conceal parking garages has done more harm than good.

Anonymous
6 months ago

No, I would rather see no parking garage. You know, like in real cities?

anonymous
6 months ago

Still too much of a produced parking garage podium but at least it’s less than a 1:1 parking ratio. Heck, it’s right across from the metrorail. 👏

anonymous
6 months ago

pronounced*

Anonymous
6 months ago

Um yeah, sure.. again I’m glad to read your expert opinion on such matters.

anonymous
6 months ago

thanks

Anonymous
6 months ago

^ That’s sarcasm folks…