Plans have been filed with Miami City Planners for the 76-story Ora by Casa Tua tower at 1210 Brickell Avenue.
A 7-story parking garage will be demolished to make way for the new tower. A 20-story office building on the site will remain.
The new tower is proposed to rise 930 feet, short of supertall status (supertalls are defined as being 300 meters, or 984 feet).
The development is proposed to include:
- 540 residential units
- 53,841 square feet of office
- 24,260 square feet of commercial
- 955 car parking spaces, and 1,980 bike parking spaces
There will be three basement levels with subterranean parking. There will also be around 10 floors of above-ground garage parking (around 206 spaces are needed for the existing office building under zoning rules). The car parking space quotas required by zoning are being reduced through an exchange for bike spaces.
Commercial space will be located on levels 1, mezzanine, 9, 10, and 75.
Amenity areas will be located on levels 9, 10, 11, 43, 44, and 76. Pools will be located on levels 9 and 75.
Residential will be located on levels 12 through 42, and 45 through 74. Office is planned on levels 2 through 8.
A sky garden is planned on level 44, with additional landscaping on level 75.
Planters with hanging landscaping are planned on the office levels. Garage screening is planned through the use of perforated metal stamped with an image.
Arquitectonica is the architect. Fortune International is the developer