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:
56-story tower #1
56-story tower #2
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: