A developer has unveiled plans for what it says will be Miami’s “most iconic class-A office tower.”
A smaller office building at 848 Brickell Avenue will be demolished to make way for the new tower.
According to a filing last week, the new office tower is planned to rise 50 stories, or 756 feet above sea level at the top parapet and include:
750,901 square feet of Class A office space
40,000 square-foot amenity level
6,506 square feet of food/beverage establishment on level 1
1,006 parking spaces in a 10 level garage
Key International, led by Inigo and Diego Ardid, is the developer.
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, the firm that designed Burj Khalifa in Dubai and One World Trade Center in New York, is the architect.
The building is planned as a beacon of architectural excellence, a press release said.
The development is being reviewed by Miami-Dade planners under the Rapid Transit Zoning plan, rather than going through City of Miami review. A zoning application for the project was filed on October 12.