Palma & Partners Working On Another ‘Iconic’ Tower In Miami (Updated)

Palma + Partners is working on yet another downtown Miami tower which will be “iconic,” according to a new post on their social media feed.

Sketches and preliminary renderings show a building with hotel rooms on the lower levels and residential on the upper levels. There will also be an amenities level midway through the tower, and street level retail.

The location is undisclosed.

This is at least the second tower in Miami the firm is working on. Last month, plans for a 36-story tower called The Basel Miami were unveiled by property owner Sean McCormick, designed by Palma.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

This is a very silly discussion to think that this is a real proposal at this stage. The architects drawing (hand studiomax) are pre-schematic at best. These are typically the first round of images that are developed before there are any substantive designs that would be programmed and planned and without any engineering applications. Architects have a tendency to self promote with early concept images, especially when relatively new to the highly competitive architectural design market. Really silly to more beyond this as a pre-schematic massing package.

Azarius
2 years ago

Location and height two main details left out

Anonymous
2 years ago

New convention center design?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Fingers crossed.

MiamiArchi
2 years ago

The massing model places it on the One Brickell City Center site. (the massing building is clearly east hotel with the metromover running in front of it.)
Maybe it could be the City National Bank Garage? Swire wouldnt give up land up I’m sure.
Not getting my hopes up on this one.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I love this!

Anonymous
2 years ago

my dog took a bite out of my homework…

Anonymous
2 years ago

??

Anonymous
2 years ago

with that design, 1000 feet would stand gorgeous!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Those drawings iconic????

Jesus
2 years ago

Nice design. Bring it Alive! Well, lets hope this goes up even further in height!

Polo
2 years ago

Cutting edge design and very modern. Location could be across American Airlines Arena, Freedom Tower lot, or the lot just south of the Freedom Tower.

Anonymous
2 years ago

There’s nothing iconic about this Tetris block

Anonymous
2 years ago

A tapering spire would work nice with the design.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Design is very different an think God no balconies!

Anonymous
2 years ago

What’s wrong with balconies now????‍♂️

Anonymous
2 years ago

no balconies in Miami is a BIG NO! you must be fun at parties!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Starwood Hotels and Resorts no longer exists.