Plans Submitted To FAA For 853-Foot Tower Across From Brickell’s Simpson Park Hammock

An application has been filed with the Federal Aviation Administration for yet another 800-foot tower in Brickell.

Plans for the new tower were filed with the FAA on August 3.

The tower is planned to top off at a height of 853 feet above ground, or 874 feet above sea level, the filing states.

Construction is estimated to begin in July 2023 and run through October 2026, according to the filing.

The project is known as 75 Broadway, according to the website of Ytech, the company that owns the property.

Across from 75 Broadway to the south is the Simpson Park Hammock, a nature preserve since 1913, and a remnant of what the landscape used to look like in the area .

To the north is the Cipriani Residences site, where construction on 3 towers rising as tall as 950 feet will soon begin.

 

 

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Se me paró
1 month ago

This area will see a ton of growth in the next couple of years. The Cipriani Towers are selling quite well. I hope they kick off construction soon.

Anon
1 month ago

YTech hasn’t built anything. this another flip. Maybe Kenny G/ Citadel scoop this up to

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yes. Very thin company. No body of work.

Jesus
1 month ago

Glad to see another tall skyscraper being added and right next to a few other current and future skyscrapers

Anonymous
1 month ago

In 2023 the developer will flip the property instead of building it , there is something suspicious about Ytech , no renderings at all

Anonymous
1 month ago

They’d been selling a lot of their holdings. Maybe they’ll actually build this instead of flipping it

Anonymous
1 month ago

Brickell Soaring.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The several blocks of this wedge area and sites like the Mexican Consulate General are ripe for fancy redevelopment as bookends to Brickell, with views of Simpson and and Biscayne Bay is some corners.

Anonymous
1 month ago

in*

Anonymous
1 month ago

Hopefully this will spur high-rise development south of Simpson Park all the way into Rickenbacker Causeway and even into The Roads. Miami needs a lot more multiunit properties a mile away from downtown. The land is too valuable to just support single family homes anymore and it needs to be properly utilized into much more multifamily properties within a mile radius of downtown.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Dade is losing population and a major reason is because of single family housing affordability. What you propose would make the issue worse. As someone who has spent their all their 3 decades of adult life in condos, even I can tell you most people desire a single family home at least at some point, and they will even relocate out of the region to get it.

Anonymous
1 month ago

“As someone who has spent their all their 3 decades of adult life in condos, even I can tell you most people desire a single family home at least at some point, and they will even relocate out of the region to get it”

Poor baby… he/she was forced by his/her parents to live in condos. Boo hoo hoo, what a terrible experience those parents put him/her through, and then he/she can’t shake that CONDO living mentality and continued living the CONDO life in their adult years. Life shouldn’t be so miserable for anyone to have to live in CONDOS like you.

Muhammad
1 month ago

Heaven I’ll buy it, if they are flipping it. In Real Estate it is Location, Location and Location