The ellipse shape of the 54-story, 648-foot Miami River tower can now clearly be seen, and glass is being installed, new photos by Phillip Pessar show.
The Kobi Karp-designed building will become the westernmost tower in Miami to surpass the 600-foot mark.
The phase currently under construction will include 632 apartments, retail space, and a public riverfront promenade that will be open to the public.
Additional phases are planned.
When all is completed, the project will have 1,961 apartments, 29,600 square feet of full service restaurant, 40,000 square feet of office, 120,020 square feet of retail, and 17 marina slips, according to a utilities filing.