Tallest Structure South Of Brickell Has Now Topped Off At The Douglas Road Metrorail Station

There’s a new tallest tower south of Brickell.

A residential tower at Link at Douglas has now topped off at 36 stories, according to shell contractor L&R Structural.

The building’s roof slab was planned to reach a height of 389 feet above ground, or 404 feet above sea level, according to a 2019 FAA filing. The building’s parapet was proposed to reach 393 feet above ground, or 408 feet above sea level.

In total, five towers are planned at Link at Douglas on a property adjacent to the Metrorail station there.

Two apartment towers are already under construction, at 22 and 36 stories, both of which have now topped off.

An additional two residential towers are planned but not yet under construction, bringing the total residential count to 1,422 units.

An office tower called 3705 South is also planned.