10 Downtown Miami Towers That Are Set To Go Vertical Within A Year And Rise 500+ Feet

Downtown Miami’s next generation of very tall towers is upon us.

Here is a look at some of the 500+ foot towers that are confirmed to begin vertical construction within the next 12 months.

Others may also begin construction in the next year, but the list below only includes those that are near certain.

Towers below the 500-foot mark are excluded (including Yotelpad, Caoba 2, CitizenM and Miami Plaza) as are those that are already rising or topped off. Skyrise and projects in Sunny Isles or other parts of Miami-Dade are also excluded.

 

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Anonymous

welp, not shocked to see any developments from Mana properties…

Anonymous

Mana’s properties are primarily for entertainment and arts purposes. Probably wouldn’t be on this list anyway.

Anonymous

Can’t wait for Okan’s tower to grace Miami’s skyline.

Anonymous

Don’t hold your breath.

Anonymous

The same thing was said about FlatIron in Brickell.

By the way, how often do you rely on your Crystal Ball?

Dude who bought at Flatiron!

Flatiron is going to be by far the best building in Brickell! When you don’t know about something don’t talk about it!

Anonymous

There is no way that anybody who misconstrue words the way you do can buy even a glass of water at Brickell FlatIron.

Anonymous

What about One River Point?
Such a striking project

Anonymous

maybe there FAA application is still pending… 🙄

Anonymous

…or the Miami River project, which Chetrit recently took control over.

Anonymous

They haven’t made a sale in months. Project will most likely be shelved. After the bubble of the last recession, developers had to obtain a certain threshold of pre-construction sales to obtain traditional commercial financing. When projects can’t meet that threshold, they usually table the project until they think the market can support it.

Anonymous

Nice
We need 20 more on the downtown side around MWC and the Arscht Center.
That area looks like a mini war zone

Anonymous

I wouldn’t go that far to say it looks like a “mini war zone” but you are right about needing these and at least 20 more towers on the downtown side around MWC and the Arsht Center.

Anonymous

Melo is slowly working on it. Art Plaza nearly done, Miami Plaza already going vertical. They already gave us Melody and Square Station all within the same few blocks. Gotta remember MDCPS owns land just north of 395 near Arsht Center and they’re most likely going to sell it to a residential developer, but my guess is they’ll wait till after 395 project is done because that land is already being used for staging for equipment.

Polo

Hey, they forgot the Elyse tower, which is U/C and will be 644 AGL/ 649 MSL!

Anonymous

Elyse is half completed the projects listed are still in the review process or haven’t gone vertical yet.

Oscar

nice

Anonymous

I think Melo’s Downtown 5th towers would look better with blue glass.

Anonymous

Beautiful buildings! I can’t wait!

Anonymous

Who are the GCs and Developers?

dan

Too bad they changed the 830 Brickell design. The old model of that sleek green building was so unique.

Anonymous

9 actually, Missoni is for certain in Edgewater NOT downtown.

Anonymous

Edgewater is Downtown

Anonymous

Um, not it’s not. It’s not even absorbed into the Greater Downtown Miami area like neighborhoods completely changed like Overtown and Miramar.

Anonymous

Edgewater is considered a neighborhood within downtown.

¯\_(ツ)_/¯

I know technically that’s true but why? Northern Edgewater is much closer to the Design District and Buena Vista than downtown. Why don’t they just claim their own identity?

Anonymous

It didnt used to be…it was an “area of influence” to Downtown.

Anonymous

who cares. get a grip.

Anonymous

You’re right.. the article states “Towers below the 500-foot mark are excluded (including Yotelpad, Caoba 2, CitizenM and Miami Plaza) – as are those that are already rising or topped off.”

Anonymous

Edgewater is part of Greater Downtown Miami because of Miami 21. Greater Downtown Miami encompasses most of the T6 zoning. Buena Vista and Design District are mostly T3, T5 and T6-12, whereas Edgewater is mostly T6-36. Edgewater has the zoning to allow for the density and intensity of an urban core. Just north of 195 does not.

Anonymous

Maybe the headline should read OVER 500 feet?

Anonymous

It says 500+

Find something to complain about.

Anonymous

some of the projects listed are under 500ft by about 5-10ft.

they shouldn’t be included.