A twin-tower Brickell megaproject known as One Southside Park has just been approved by the Federal Aviation Administration.
One Southside Park is proposed to include twin 62-story towers.
The approval by the FAA was issued on December 22, and will allow the towers to be built up to a height of 773 feet above ground.
At that height, the towers would be the third tallest in Miami, behind Panorama Tower (868 feet) and Four Seasons (789 feet). However, Aston Martin Residences is currently under construction with a planned height of 816 feet, and many others are planned above that height.
One Southside Park will include 1,175 residential units, 200,000 square feet of office space, 200 hotel rooms, 100,000 square feet of health and wellness use, 11,000 square feet of commercial space, a new fire station, and 1,000 parking spaces.
The project is adjacent to the Underline. James Corner Field Operations, which is designing the Underline, is also doing landscape design for the project and a planned rebuild of Southside Park.
Shop Architects is designing the project.
JDS is the developer, and the FAA approval letter was issued to an affiliate of the company.