Photos: Irma Broke A Few Windows In Brickell

In Brickell, there was some broken glass caused by Hurricane Irma, although not nearly as bad as in 2005 during Hurricane Wilma.

At the under-construction Panorama Tower (Florida’s tallest), some missing glass and tarps were visible last week. It isn’t clear if panes actually blew off, or if they were just never installed yet:

Minor damage at buildings near Panorama, including Plaza on Brickell and Four Ambassadors:

Four Seasons also lost some glass:

(all above photos: phillip pessar)

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Franck Dossa @ Plaza Brickell
4 years ago

Yes the windows panels flew from Panorama. I saw them myself. I can share the photos with you if you want. I wanted to take a video but I was stuck by fear because these panels are big and coming from high in the sky.

Anonymous
4 years ago

There were windows and frames flying off of Panorama, it was on CNN and FOX and we also have videos. The building across the street has damage from Panorma’s windows flying off as well as windows damaged!

Annonymous
3 years ago

Brickell Townhouse is another target for developers sitting on almost nine acres with only 360 units. The property is the same size as 25th Road which has five condominium buildings. It was the first condominium built on Brickell in 1963. Some people are buying as an investment to sell when developer comes a knocking. It’s a nice building but the property is wasted on one building. The parking lot is huge and a part of it could be developed as another Condo.

Marc305
4 years ago

I wish a developer would just buy Four Seasons pay everyone off, demolish it and built something modern in its place. The location is amazing to have such an eye-sore.

Anonymous
4 years ago

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bitg
4 years ago

Marc more than likely meant the Four Ambassadors, in which case i would agree wholeheartedly

Marc305
4 years ago

Yes, sorry I meant the Four Ambassadors, still not up to speed after Irma.

mondocondo
4 years ago

Could be there are too many existing apartments there. Cheers

Anonymous
4 years ago

Not necessary more modern, rather something better. The Four Embarrassments represents what was wrong with modernist urban planning from the 1960s.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Shesshh…man, where do you experts come from……