Tallest Residential Building South Of Manhattan Opening March 2018

Panorama Tower, the tallest residential building south of Manhattan, will open to residents beginning in March.

Other new details:

  • Rental prices average about $3 per square foot
  • Leasing broker Edgardo Defortuna thinks the building could eventually be converted to condos, according to The Real Deal
  • The Hyatt Centric Brickell hotel in the tower will actually open sooner, in February (the Hyatt website is not yet accepting reservations until May)

Square Footage and Pricing:

· One, two and three bedrooms available

· One bedrooms range from 1,134 to 1,153 square feet. Prices starting from $2,525.

· Two bedrooms range from 1,125 to 1,630 square feet. Prices starting from $2,758.

· Three bedrooms range from 2,175 to 2,191 square feet. Prices starting from $6,736.



Florida East Coast Realty Appoints Fortune Development Sales to Manage Leasing at Panorama Tower

Brokerage firm takes over leasing for the tallest residential building south of Manhattan

MIAMI – January 12, 2018 – Developer Florida East Coast Realty, LLC (FECR) is pleased to announce it has appointed Fortune Development Sales to take over the remaining leases at Panorama Tower. Fortune Development Sales’ Leasing Director Lorenzo Rodriguez will spearhead the leasing program. The renter demographic at Panorama consists of young professionals and families seeking a luxurious lifestyle and walkability in an urban downtown setting.

“We brought Fortune on board to tap into its extensive network in order to reach new prospects and carry out the remaining leases at this development,” said Jerome Hollo, Executive Vice President at FECR. “Panorama will encompass the Brickell lifestyle with an array of social, eco-friendly, business and wellness-focused amenities and facilities. We are confident the leaders at Fortune will bring us closer to completing the most anticipated, upscale rental in South Florida.”

Ranked as number the one firm for development sales and marketing in South Florida, the company’s remarkable success is a result of its steadfast commitment to best-in-class service and unparalleled market expertise.

“Fortune is both proud to represent Panorama as well as excited for the opportunity to add this fantastic multi-family project to our portfolio. There is no doubt there is strong demand for this type of product in today’s market and we look forward to a very successful lease-up,” said Edgardo Defortuna, President and CEO of Fortune.

Rising 868 feet over the Miami skyline, Panorama is an 85-story development comprised of 821 rental apartments. More than 90 percent of the residences will provide breathtaking water views. The development will offer a variety of amenities including: “Muse Room” for live music sessions; three private movie theaters with a mixing lounge; bayview yoga/pilates studio; spa and steam room; fitness center; and pet spa with grooming services and facilities for daycare and overnight boarding. In addition, Panorama will provide reduced rent to residents who do not own cars and electric car charging stations to support the environment and promote Brickell’s walkability. Move-ins are scheduled for March 2018.

For more information on Panorama Tower, please visit www.panoramatower.com.

About FECR

Since its founding over 60 years ago, FECR has been involved in the development of over 60 million square feet of residential, commercial, retail, and industrial space, with landmark projects from New York to Nevada and throughout Florida. Repeatedly shaping and shifting the contours of Downtown Miami, FECR has drastically changed its skyline. As the very first developer to see the benefits of urban living in Miami, FECR took a bold step into the future with the development of the Arts & Entertainment District featuring its Omni and Venetia projects, an undertaking that revolutionized the area and framed one of South Florida’s most important residential, trade, and recreation centers.

Throughout FECR’s extensive history, the company has built, owned, and managed a wide array of properties, and the company’s strategy for the future includes steady, continued growth in several real estate industries. In fact, the best is yet to come, with some of the largest and most electrifying projects that South Florida has ever seen, including the new One Bayfront Plaza, a signature mixed-use project of global stature, and The Towers by Foster + Partners, a luxury residential condominium development on Brickell’s last remaining waterfront site, which will be the tallest buildings in the Miami skyline.


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This tower is not pretty.


I think people want to live in it, not date it.


agreed…not so impressive for the tallest building south of NYC….


Again, it’s the tallest “RESIDENTIAL” building south of New York City.


The tallest building south of NYC is the Bank of America Plaza in Atlanta.

Yohan Perez

So drab and bland. Looks like a giant support column.

Please dont yell

I was thinking the same thing, It looks like a support column with balconies.

Yohan Perez

So drab and bland. Looks like a giant support column. No lighting structure or crown on top. The builder Cheaped out.


Yeah Yohan, take your money and show him how it’s done.


“Panorama will provide reduced rent to residents who do not own cars” Do they just mean they will provide reduced rent units that do not come with a parking space?


I was excited when I read about it — but wow what an eyesore. Welcome to 1985.


Lol so true.


Jesus likes it. That’s all I need to know.


Did anyone see an apartment in there yet although it’s not open yet? Curious


100% typical Tibor Hollow


The same people that hate this want to jump up and down on skyrise, incredible

La Mala

It’s so Soviet…


You must’ve lived in a lot of Soviet countries.


Everything you will see from now and on will be this tall or taller …… no more land available with water views in the area and around …. that will be the skyline for the next 100 years….


Very underwhelming…

Miami is the future

What happened to Miaopolis? Watson island could be our Burj Khalifa


Miapolis was cancelled years ago.


That’s very old news. Although the architect is still holding on to that dream and possibility as far as I read. But yea, it was cancelled.


You can’t see the parking from Bay Drive. Hotel lines the street and it looks good. Also unit plans look nice… it’s a great addition to skyline.


I always liked this project yet read so many comments voicing dislike…. It’s footprint alone is impressive… And I love all the glass…..glad to have it as part of beautiful Miami skyline


Are you kidding? The footprint is a massive 16-story concrete block podium that squeezes the life out of the street with practically no setbacks to the sidewalk. It’s scandal that the city still allows these things to be built this way. That’s the true Tibor trademark. Cheers.


You mean that street had life before this building came along? I guess you walked up and down that street everyday and now this building depresses you to the point of not going anymore?


This is the most underutilized part of Brickell. Despite being perfectly located right on the water, the area is dead. This will be a welcome addition to Brickell Bay Drive, though traffic getting off this street will be an absolute nightmare.


oh great… now my view is blocked ! 🙁


That tower looks amazing. I only wished it were 1049 feet. That would have made this tower look even more spectacular than it is now.