Three New Residential Towers Rising 74 & 56 Stories Planned On Capital At Brickell Site

A developer is planning three new residential towers at the site former Capital at Brickell site, according to the Herald.

Mast Capital submitted plans for the project to Miami’s Planning Department and Office of Zoning, the paper reported.

The project will include:

  • 74-story tower
  • 56-story tower #1
  • 56-story tower #2
  • retail space
  • 1,648 parking spaces

Mast is being represented by Greenberg Traurig’s Iris Escarra in the application.

In Miami Beach, Mast recently revealed plans for a tower designed by Rem Koolhaas’ OMA.

The site was previously owned by Chinese developers, who submitted plans in 2016 for twin towers with 1,264‬ residential units, 99,234 square feet of retail, 242 hotel rooms, multiple levels of retail, hotel ballrooom, restaurant, and amenity spaces, and 1,683 parking spaces.

The 2016 proposal included two towers rising 75 and 73 stories at heights of 948 feet and 919 feet.

Before that, it was proposed to become the home of the twin-tower Capital at Brickell project. A developer even began excavating the site, before the great recession hit.

 

Capital at Brickell proposal from the mid-2000s:

CCCC Towers proposal from 2016:

The newly submitted ground floor plan from Mast Capital:

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Anonymous
5 months ago

Been planned for decades, no utility deals means not happening

Anonymous
5 months ago

Mast has money investing in projects right now — look around at Miami, we’re building, but not building fast enough.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Nice project on the river!

Azarius
5 months ago

Based off the ground floor design could be a interesting building I would love to see them maximize the height allowed

Anonymous
5 months ago

The article said the developer is planning three new residential towers, not one.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Been a dead zone for far too long directly in the middle of the core…just hope this actually moves forward.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Middle of the core…dude what? This building site is literally on the edge of building parcels for sky scrapers, the farthest possible from “the core” for tall buildings

Anonymous
5 months ago

You’re both off: not directly in the middle or farthest possible. It’s in a dense area and significantly underutilized.

Anonymous
5 months ago

There are exactly 2 parcels to the south of this site and the nine acre Simpson Park. Then S. Miami Ave is Single Family Residential.

DEFINITELY not directly in the middle.

Anonymous
5 months ago

That’s not what that anonymous meant.

...dude what?
5 months ago

With the addition of One Southside Park, this lot now sits in the middle of skyscrapers. It’s two blocks from the Financial District

Anonymous
5 months ago

You’d have have a much better case saying that the old Macy’s at Flager Street & Miami Ave is the middle.

This site is 14 blocks south or about a mile from the middle.

Anonbttm
5 months ago

there’s T3 and T6-8 literally half a block away, moving away from Brickell. This is definitely not middle of the core…

Anonymous
5 months ago

Should be taller

Anonymous
5 months ago

Capital Towers were stunning so I knew they were not happening. I won’t believe anything further until I see the first shovel.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Would like a single max hight tower, or even a spacial hight at property is located south enough that FAA approval might have allowed. But I’m happy with the three tower, plan, will fill in the skyline which is also nice.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Boy, that’s a lotta gobbled shit!

Anonymous
5 months ago

The block is huge, hence why multiple towers on a shared pedestal.

Anonymous
5 months ago

If this project ever gets off the ground, we need Andy Dwyer and MouseRat to sing

The pit
I was in it, the pit
You were in it, the pit
We all were in it, the pit

Anonymous
5 months ago

You had enough cocaine today, save some for tomorrow.

Jesus
5 months ago

First proposal was a beauty. Sucks it never came to be 😩

Anonymous
5 months ago

I wish this developer would but the Capital at Brickell proposal and build three towers with one taller than the next.

Anonymous
5 months ago

*would buy*

POLO
5 months ago

The old proposal looks like the Legacy.

Anonymous
5 months ago

This should help spruce up this area of Brickell.

Anonymous
5 months ago

You mean, it’s rundown looking right now?

Anonymous
5 months ago

Not run down, but it could be improved.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Seems like a miss on the ground floor, lost of ramps and drive aisles. Would love to see some every day stores like Trader Joes, Target etc in Brickell and not another high end italian or asian fusion restaurant

Anonymous
5 months ago

We want another high end Italian-Asian-Peruvian fusion, and we’ll call it Nove-Casa-chento Nusr-SexyPaper-Et-fish

Anonymous
5 months ago

Look, if there’s not an Indian restaurant in that, I’m calling it “racist.”

Anonymous
5 months ago

yes! we need indian food. wtf is going on

Anonymous
5 months ago

Not enough public toilets.

POLO
5 months ago

Where are the renders?

Anonymous
5 months ago

looks like a dated version of the legacy tower on the first render (just a little)

Anonymous
5 months ago

Good news I hope this becomes a reality this time around, I think the surface parking lot across the street will go very soon

Tom
5 months ago

Great ! Urban living is so important for the environment…. Urban sprawl is the vicious problem…. Cities for people, nature for nature

Anonymous
5 months ago

Without office space brickell will be a ghost town in 2025~2030

Anonymous
5 months ago

That’s funny…off to homestead it is then right?

Anonymous
5 months ago

There’s always Doral and Miramar. The darlings of today and where office and businesses are moving to. Go figure

Anonymous
5 months ago

Brickell has acres of office space, with more coming.

Anonymous
5 months ago

“Without office space brickell will be a ghost town in 2025~2030”

So, there’s more residential right now than ever before and the area is building more residential as we speak, but you predict Brickell will be a “ghost town without more office space in 2025-30?”

I think you’ll come out better predicting what age you’ll be when you have to start relying on Viagra.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Office space is a waste of money in that area and especially now with everyone working remote post-pandemic