Plans for a massive redevelopment at the former Miami Arena were filed with the Federal Aviation Administration this month.
The development is planned to become the biggest residential project by unit count in downtown Miami’s history, while also including a large amount of office space, according to a pre-application submitted to Miami-Dade County planners in January.
There will be a total of three towers, the January pre-application said.
On June 17, preliminary building heights were filed with the Federal Aviation Administration.
The new filing states. that there will be multiple tower heights, ranging from 673 feet to 700 feet above sea level.
Preliminary plans from January show the three towers will rise up to 57 stories and include:
- 2,351 residential units
- 540,000 square feet of office space
- Ground floor retail, including a possible supermarket
- 2,457 parking spaces
The buildings will have a geometric green wall façade with plants and greenery, the January filing said.
Witkoff Group is the developer.
An old rendering of a convention hotel planed on the site, which is now being replaced with a new design: