Miami’s UDRB voted to approve two Brickell towers yesterday, while rejecting a Special Area Plan in Little Haiti.
1111 Brickell Bay Drive, which will include a 61-story tower and add hundreds of hotel and apartment units, was approved by the board, according to The Real Deal. Board members asked the developer to consider adding more parking and opening up more ground floor retail however.
888 Brickell Avenue, a new 38-story office tower, was rejected by the board two weeks ago but approved at the latest meeting. Project architect Arquitectonica tweaked the design.