Tibor Hollo Calls In 1000-Foot Cranes To Build Panorama Tower

Tibor Hollo is planning to bring in several big cranes to help build the 822-foot Panorama Tower, where construction is already underway.

Crews will be installing a crane at the site will rise to a height of 1,047 feet (or 1,052 above mean sea level). A second 1,016 foot crane will provide high mast illumination, while a third 385-foot crane will also be installed at the site.

Panorama will become the tallest residential building on the East Coast south of New York.

Another nearby tower, the 548-foot 1010 Brickell condo tower, will also begin construction soon. A temporary construction crane there will reach a maximum height of 628 feet.

 

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Daniel
6 years ago

Sweet! Get ‘er done!!!!!!!!!

Marc305
6 years ago

Awesome! Slowly becoming the Manhattan of the South.

Anonymous
6 years ago

That’s something I’m sure it will happen.

Dan
6 years ago

I believe so too. I’m sure Miami will be the next ‘Manhattan’. Within the 10-20 years, Miami will be filled with skyscrapers.

global reach
6 years ago

Now Miami just needs a rail system that connects the entire county….

Anonymous
6 years ago

Yes, and that will happen too. Look for an eventual expansion of the already-in-place heavy rail system, Metrorail, as opposed to the oft-discussed light rail or street car system and the like.

Very possibly there will be a light rail system running one day from South Beach to Bal Harbour then possibly inland down into Midtown or the Design District. But if so, such a system would only be a complement to the Metrorail and not a cheap-o attempt to extend commuter rail without the expenditure necessary for heavy rail. In spite of all the naysayers who insist that the “money isn’t there,” the money can be easily made to be there if and when the incentive is there. And the citizens can demand that they be provided what they voted for years ago, not the bait and switch that they have gotten so far. But looking into the future, it seems as if a public-private partnership involving the county and possibly state and/or federal government entities in conjunction with private corporate interests will step up to the plate to get the vitally-necessary rail transportation system expansion rolling again.

Anonymous
6 years ago

A system connecting Miami would be plenty right now.

marc
6 years ago

The way things work around here we’ll wait till building any rail will be even more expensive.Then the politicos will say we really need to do something.

Hatem
6 years ago

How much the feet?

marc
6 years ago

I think 831′.

Paul
6 years ago

The heights of those cranes bodes well for us eventually having a Supertall

Leon
6 years ago

the FAA said the cranes were okay then?