The developers of the $800 million Panorama Tower say that it has passed the height of the Four Seasons and is now the tallest in Miami.
“As the tallest building south of Manhattan, we developed Panorama to become a Miami icon,” said Jerome Hollo, Manager at Florida East Coast Realty. “We’ve seen Miami’s growth and transformation into a global city over the past several decades, and we’re constantly working to bring this city to new heights. We are eager to introduce Panorama to the burgeoning Brickell area.”
The building is scheduled to top off at 85 stories, or 868 feet tall including antenna.
A fire on the 68th floor last week was contained to a single unit and won’t affect the construction schedule. Completion is scheduled for October 2017.
The lower levels of the project includes a 208-room Hyatt Centric hotel, 100,000 square feet of medically-oriented office space, and 50,000 square feet of high-end retail space. The upper levels will have 821 luxury rental apartments.
There won’t be an observation deck on top, but there will be a restaurant and lounge on level 52.
A retail-lined promenade will also be built at the north end of the property, becoming the only public connection from Brickell Avenue to Brickell Bay Drive for several blocks.