Another mixed-use tower is being planned in downtown Miami.
Trammell Crow Residential has been working on approvals for a project at 16 Southeast 2nd Street, a document obtained by The Next Miami shows.
If approved, the tower would rise 43 stories, or 483 feet above ground. It appears to include mostly residential use, with ground floor retail.
The proposed building would occupy just the western portion of the lot next to the Third Street Metromover Station, taking up less than half of the Lynx site, another document shows. The remainder of the property (across from Miami Tower) would be free to be developed with a tower that could potentially be as tall as 1,049 feet, the maximum permitted by the FAA.
A surface parking lot has been operating on the site for decades. In the early 2000s, a mixed-use project called Lynx was proposed for the site, designed by Pei Partners and Chad Oppenheim.