Vertical construction is underway on this Edgewater residential condo tower, and the building recently had its first glass windows installed. As of this week the tower is at level 37, and contractors are adding one floor per week.
Developer Kushner Group says this 396-unit apartment project will break ground in 2021. Two additional tower are planned by the developer across the street at 1900 Biscayne, with a combined 1,100 units.
This 453-unit project with a mix of condo and hotel has topped off and is nearing completion.
The towers from last year’s list that weren’t tall enough to make the cut for 2021 include Modera Biscayne Bay, Grand Station, CitizenM Brickell, AC Hotel By Marriott and Element By Westin Hotel Brickell, and Smart Brickell. All of those buildings are still under construction.
Okan Tower and Virgin Hotel Brickell were removed due to uncertainty over their status.
On our radar
There are still other tall towers that could break ground this year in Miami’s urban core, but weren’t added due to a lack of certainty over their timing.
The list includes Kenect Miami Worldcenter, Island Bay, Miami Station (Related), The District (Related), Gallery at West Brickell, One Southside Park, TSG & Continuum’s 70-story Brickell tower, Marriott Marquis Miami Worldcenter, Hines Miami Worldcenter, Crescent Heights’ towers at the Arsht on School Board land, Galwan’s Wyndham Brickell, Embassy Suites/Home2 Brickell, Gazit’s 90 SW8 in Brickell, Nexus Riverside, and the Miami Innovation District.
There are still more projects in planning, including supertalls. The supertalls include the Waldorf Astoria, The Towers by Foster and Partners, One Brickell City Centre, One Bayfront Plaza, Brightline’s twin supertalls at MiamiCentral, Skyrise, and World Trade Center of the Americas.