Developer PMG has filed an application with planners to build two residential towers in Brickell.
A pre-application was filed with Miami-Dade planners on March 10 under the county’s Rapid Transit Zoning approval process, which allows more intense usage than the City of Miami’s zoning rules. The filing was first reported by The Real Deal.
Two towers are proposed, including:
North tower (46 levels, 550 feet) – 570 residential units
South tower (31 levels, 380 feet) – 233 residential units
15,971 square feet of retail
Multiple pool and amenity levels
832 parking spaces spread over 11 floors of garage
The combined residential unit count is 803. Some of those units will line the parking garage.