The Crosby Miami Worldcenter Submitted To FAA At 390 Feet

The Crosby – a tower planned to be built at Miami Worldcenter, has been submitted for height approval to the Federal Aviation Administration.

According to a January 12 filing with the agency, the tower is planned to rise to a height of 377 feet above ground, or 390 feet above sea level.

The Crosby is planned to include 450 condo units and 3,370 square feet of retail, in a 33-story tower, according to a July 2022 construction permit filing.

No parking garage is planned.

Beauchamp Construction is listed as the general contractor on the construction permit filing.

DT G Block LLC, a partnership between Related Group and Merrimac Ventures, is the developing entity.

 

Photos by Ryan RC Rea showing recent activity at the site.

 



The Crosby site in July 2022, with Natiivo under construction in the distance:

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Melo is sigma and Chad
18 days ago

Good infill without a garage at Miami World Center, hope it has designated uber pick up/drop off spots though

Anonymous
18 days ago

How is it infill? MWC has basically been developed on a clean slate. We were supposed to get great buildings, not cereal boxes with zig-zag balconies.

Anon
17 days ago

The “zig-zag” balcony comment always makes me laugh lol. This guy can’t stand anything other than aligned balconies lol

Se me paró
18 days ago

It’s a beautiful project.
Build it quick
We need the density downtown

Anonymous
18 days ago

Cool

Anon
17 days ago

This is probably my favorite out of the projects in downtown. Excited to see it

Anni
18 days ago

Can we please get more unique-looking towers? Enough with the boring boxes. American designers/developers are so damn boring.

Anon
18 days ago

Does every building have to be some sort of crazy design? Paramount is unique. Legacy is unique. 1000 Museum is unique. I don’t mind having some toned down designs to let the more unique buildings shine through.

Anonymous
18 days ago

In a city with one of the largest skyline in the country to come up with only three decent looking buildings says a lot, and legacy is not there yet. Miami has the most repetitive, almost boring skyline ever.

Anonymous
18 days ago

Sure, Paramount and Legacy are unique, but those alone don’t cut it for what MWC was envisioned as, and I don’t see what is proposed for the Miami Arena site to be anything special. Still, I do hope I am wrong.

Architectural Exceptionalism
18 days ago

As an American who has traveled the world I agree wholeheartedly. We need more American architectural exceptionalism and Miami young growing spot for it.

Anonymous
18 days ago

We already have architectural heritage, but apart from RAMSA’s proposed St. Regis Residences, which is more South Beach Streamline Modern rather than mainland Mediterranean Revival and older assorted prewar styles, practically every proposed tower is another box with some excuse like “tropical modern” B.S. slapped on it.

anonymous
18 days ago

every proposed tower is a box ? in Miami we have some nice towers that are planned or are under construction and are not boxes like waldorf astoria , okan tower , e 11 eleven , 710 edge , one brickell city centre , one river point , miami river tower, 501 first , 888 brickell and 1428 brickell

Super Tall & Super Nice
17 days ago

The Waldorf Astoria is my least favorite box of them all bc it looks like it’s going to tip over haha.

The new Varabyeu Design super tall design is what every Miami supertall should strive to be.

It incorporates a green hill for the public, curves, glass, and spire. (Please disregard the long link, not many easily shareable photos yet.)

Impressed by Varabyeu Design
18 days ago

Miami should commission more works from Varabyeu Design…

The newly released rendering for the iconic supertall landmark on Brickell Key is out of this world!!! It has a mix of greenery, waves, texture, glass, and sleek lines.

Everything I’ve seen them put out captures the Miami aesthetic and pushes design forward.

Hope to see more designs by them in Brickell and throughout Miami!

Anon
17 days ago

Thats not real.

Anonymous
18 days ago

Most these developers or who bankrolls them are foreign. It’s often out-of-state developers that give us more classic and pleasing designs.

Adrian
18 days ago

Miami’s skyline is interesting because despite it being new, it already has layers of like style development… heritage buildings like the ones in older downtown, glorious 70s building on Biscayne, the 80s with SE financial center and the truly iconic Miami tower… 1990s with Santa Maria… 2000s with brickell… 2010s… now the generation of the 20s. World center, okan, citi centre, etc.

Brickell Modern Neoclassical Futurism
17 days ago

The 20s, 30s and beyond will see more advancements in design in Brickell too. I’m watching them go up every day and new plans coming out that look like nothing I’ve seen before anywhere.

Less Parking, Better Miami
18 days ago

Great design without the parking podium! MORE of this in Miami!

Anonymous
18 days ago

No parking podium, still a mediocre building.

Anonymous
18 days ago

I obviously know that there are technical issues that determine the height of buildings, so as not to harm aviation. But it is true that, very close to the MWC, there are several towers, already ready or under construction, much taller, such as 900 and
One Thoisand Museum to the east and Okan and those two huge towers planned in front of the train station.
So these new MWC buildings could be taller. This region is central and will be the middle of the city’s skyline. Something like the region between Dubai Media City and Dubai Marina, which includes four of the 100 tallest buildings in the world, such as Marina 101, Princess, 23 Marina and Elite, respectively 26, 27, 3e4 and 42.

Anon
18 days ago

The height was determined by revenue margins. Nothing more.

Anonymous
18 days ago

Really bad timing on the naming of the building especially since Crosby just passed away today

Sorry for your loss
17 days ago

Sorry for your loss. RIP Crosby 🙏

george
18 days ago

Speaking of size the living rooms of app 10x 12 are even smaller than many of the new mini condos in Vancouver BC.
Is this building another airbnb special?

Anon
18 days ago

Is anyone going to actually live in this building? Or is just a giant AirBnB?

frank
17 days ago

Its sold out!….anyones guess if airbnb or residents

frank
17 days ago

Every building has its purpose. Not every new building has to be better than the next one.

MMN
18 days ago

Diminutive little thing. Leaving a lot on the table.

Anonymous
18 days ago

Size isn’t everything

Kitty W
18 days ago

Darling, size DOES matter. You can only do so much with a hotdog in a train station.

Agreed on height. They likely sold the air rights and given the market it may have been a prudent decision considering investor return.

William J. Woof
18 days ago

There’s such a thing as too big when it comes to the erection of a building. We don’t want to block views, cause congestion, and get boring rectangle glass like NYC.

Architectural critic
18 days ago

Glass is not boring! Stucco is!

Anon
18 days ago

Both materials together like Zaha Hadid, mixed materials, shapes and scale.

Anonymous
18 days ago

I’ve seen nice stucco towers and glass towers. This glass tower is BORING.

Anon
18 days ago

Honestly I don’t want a monster directly next to OKAN, I’d rather that building actually be visible.

Anonymous
18 days ago

Okan is already next two two monstrosities, Downtown 5th.

Anon
17 days ago

Downtown 5th is only 495′, and acts as a buffer between Okan and the prison. People are saying they want the Crosby (390′) to be a supertall (1,000+’) which would totally obscure Okan (890′). I think a 390′ Crosby next to a 890′ Okan is a good mix, actually.

What were they thinking?
15 days ago

The prison downtown is capturing national attention. Why is it placed downtown? It should be on an island.