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dave8721 Sep 20, 2013 6:09 PM

MIAMI | One Brickell CityCentre | 1,040 FT | 80 FLOORS
 
Swire purchased the 700 Brickell Ave adjacent to its U/C massive 7 tower Brickell CityCentre complex. They plan on adding this parcel to the complex and building a mix use 80-story tower and connecting it to the Brickell CityCentre complex. No word on the height yet.

Name: One Brickell CityCentre
Address: 700 Brickell Ave
Developer: Swire Properties
Architect: Arquitectonica


http://www.bizjournals.com/southflor...r-planned.html

(http://swireproperties.us/)
http://swireproperties.us/wp-content...CityCentre.jpg

Quote:

Arquitectonica-designed tower planned at 700 Brickell

Oscar Pedro Musibay
Reporter-South Florida Business Journal

Swire Properties plans an 80-story, mixed-use tower at the 700 Brickell Ave. site it purchased recently for $64 million.
The Arquitectonica-designed high-rise would serve as the entrance to the Brickell CityCentre project currently under construction on both sides of Miami Avenue, immediately west of the 700 Brickell site.
The tower, to be called One Brickell CityCentre, will include retail, Class A offices, condominium units, and a hotel with a restaurant and lounge, according to a statement released Friday. The plan also envisions grand plazas and retail shops connected to Brickell City Centre.
Upon its completion in 2015, Brickell CityCentre will comprise a luxury shopping center, two residential towers, the EAST Miami hotel by Swire Hotels, serviced apartments, a wellness center and Class A offices.
Swire Properties intends to work with the city of Miami to have One Brickell CityCentre approved as an extension of the existing Special Area Plan. The site is currently home to Northern Trust Bank, which had an interest in the sale of the property.
“In creating the vision for One Brickell City Centre, we are mindful of the legacy of the sellers of 700 Brickell Avenue, heirs of the pioneer Brickell family and Northern Trust Bank, a great corporate citizen,” Swire Properties President Stephen Owens said in a statement. “Our goal is to develop a structure that will be artful in its mix of uses and will advance Brickell Avenue’s stature as Miami’s premier destination.”
One Brickell CityCentre is a tower that, by its design and dramatic contours, creates views above the current Miami skyline,” Arquitectonica principal Bernardo Fort-Brescia said in a statement. “With sightlines that stretch from land to sea, the building’s glow will act as a welcoming lantern for downtown Miami and a portal to Brickell from all approaches.”
Owens told the Business Journal in August that Swire may hold off on developing the site until after the Brickell CityCentre project is complete.

chris08876 Sep 20, 2013 6:23 PM

A love the usual trippy looking Arquitectonica designs. :) From the renderings i'd guesstimate 850'.

Onn Sep 20, 2013 7:15 PM

Wow, that would be huge for Miami! Look 900ft+ to me! Build it!

shakman Sep 20, 2013 7:42 PM

I love that notch on the upper floors. Its amazing how such a simple design can break the monotony of a typical box shaped structure.

This should also add more depth to the Miami skyline.

Dale Sep 20, 2013 7:48 PM

Here we go now.

chris08876 Sep 20, 2013 7:51 PM

Mabye its just the rendering but it reminds me of the Citigroup Center. Not the top portion but the rest of the tower. It just, somewhat brings the thought of the Citigroup Center.
http://en.wikiarquitectura.com/image...oup_Center.jpg
http://en.wikiarquitectura.com

bobdreamz Sep 25, 2013 2:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chris08876 (Post 6274178)
A love the usual trippy looking Arquitectonica designs. :)From the renderings i'd guesstimate 850'.


It's really hard to say how tall this will be since it will be a mixed used tower instead of a office building. If it were just an office building it would be over 900 feet but I think there are height restrictions in the area since the Four Seasons down the street was supposed to be 850 feet to but was cutdown to 794 feet.
Either way great news for Miami!

dave8721 Nov 5, 2013 6:54 PM

Swire is submitting a height of 1102 feet to the FAA for approval (1111 feet above sea level). Lets see if the FAA cuts off less than 102 feet.

Anyway to change the thread title?

http://exmiami.org/index.php/one-bri...sler-building/

bobdreamz Nov 6, 2013 11:12 PM

^ To do what? Add in the new height? Since you started the thread can't you edit your own post or will a Mod have to do it?
Anyways this is incredible news if the FAA allows that height!

NYguy Nov 6, 2013 11:26 PM

I like it...


http://www.pbase.com/nyguy/image/153258003/original.jpg

SkyscrapersOfNewYork Nov 7, 2013 12:15 AM

Look at that logo...the new Umbrella Corp. Headquarters.lol

MiamiSpartan Nov 7, 2013 3:53 PM

I would love how the tallest building in the city would be more centrally located between downtown and the taller buildings on the
south part of Brickell…

:tup:

UrbanImpact Nov 7, 2013 4:36 PM

This would be the tallest building outside NYC & Chicago in the USA! :righton:

brickell Nov 7, 2013 9:08 PM

So this will be phase 3 of City Center I suppose. I wonder which one will break ground first OBCC or OBP (if either ever do)?

supertallchaser Nov 7, 2013 11:05 PM

so this and 1 bayfront plaza? i like

bobdreamz Nov 8, 2013 3:18 PM

One Brickell City Centre photo shop pic
 
http://i.imgur.com/jNe69fa.jpg


For a reference point the light brown areas in the background to the left & right of the tower are the runways for Miami Int'l. Airport hence the FAA height limits.
Photo shop pic by Funkyskunk2 @ SSC. Original image by QuantumX

N830MH Nov 11, 2013 8:08 PM

Hasn't they gotten approved yet? When it will start to build?

NYguy Nov 13, 2013 2:14 AM

http://www.miaminewtimes.com/2013-11...-for-brickell/

Tallest Building in the South Planned for Brickell


By Chuck Strouse
Nov 14 2013


Quote:

The Federal Aviation Administration is reviewing plans for a 1,100-foot-tall monstrosity at 700 Brickell Ave., currently the Northern Trust Bank building. One Brickell City Centre would be taller than any skyscraper in Miami, Atlanta, or anywhere else in Dixie.

It would even be loftier than Manhattan's Chrysler Building. And it would be a helluva lot higher than Miami's now number one, the Four Seasons Hotel, which is a pitiful 70 stories and 789 feet, or Atlanta's 1,023-foot, 55-story Bank of America Tower.

ExMiami reports the site for the high-rise at 700 Brickell Ave. will combine land bought by Swire Properties for more than $13 million and land next door, which cost more than $64 million.

It would be the second stage of the enormous — and now-under-construction — Brickell City Centre just to the west. That project will include a luxury shopping center, two residential towers, apartments, offices, and a wellness center, featuring an innovative $20 million "climate ribbon" that will provide air flow, according to Curbed Miami.

Like the mixed-use monstrosity next door, the new tower is being designed by Arquitectonica. Steven Owens, Swire's president, said in a release: "The site is of great strategic importance for the development of Brickell CityCentre because it provides the project with a critical front door onto Miami's most significant boulevard.''

Whether it will be tall enough to withstand the flood created by global warming remains to be seen.

dave8721 Nov 18, 2013 7:58 PM

Another new rendering, One Brickell CityCentre on the right:
http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5484/1...fab12652_b.jpg
IMG_0637 by mikediamond424, on Flickr

MrDreTheOne Nov 21, 2013 5:16 AM

Renderings suggest HSBC could be a tenant at 1 BCC
 
Quote:

Newly released Arquitectonica renderings imply that developer Swire Properties may have landed a major tenant for the proposed 1102-foot One Brickell City Centre tower.

The possible tenant? HSBC Bank. In multiple renderings, the HSBC logo is clearly visible atop the proposed tower.

HSBC and Swire both have deep roots in Hong Kong. HSBC provided $140m in financing for the first phase of Brickell City Centre construction, and HSBC has partnered with Swire to finance other projects in China. Additionaly, HSBC recently signed to occupy 43% of the office space at Taikoo Hui, a project similar to Brickell City Centre that Swire built in Guangzhou.

HSBC currently leases space at the Four Seasons Tower. The Brickell location is one of only two HSBC Private Bank International offices in the U.S. (the other is in New York).
By exmiami.org

http://exmiami.org/index.php/hsbc-si...l-city-centre/

The prominence this building will have makes for a very desirable branding opportunity.

More renderings showing the logo at the above link

dave8721 Dec 10, 2013 7:31 PM

Looks like those views from the top will actually be available to anyone. Floors 79 and 80 will be a restaurant and lounge and floors 70 to 78 will be a hotel. How many hotel rooms exist in the world over 1000 feet up?

http://exmiami.org/index.php/80th-fl...l-city-centre/

dave8721 Feb 27, 2014 2:36 PM

Excerpts from a Miami Herald article today:


http://www.miamiherald.com/2014/02/2...lanned-to.html

Quote:

The newest to jump in: Swire Properties, developers of Brickell Key and the gargantuan, multi-block Brickell City Centre complex now under construction west of Brickell Avenue. Their plan for a new mixed-use tower on Brickell Avenue, to be reviewed Thursday by the Miami City Commission, calls for a 1,049-foot cloud-buster that would be tied in to the new complex.

If Swire wins final approval — no sure thing because the site sits directly below air lanes to Miami International Airport — its One Brickell City Centre tower would dwarf the current champ, the Four Seasons on Brickell, by a skyscraper’s height.

But Swire has close competition: veteran Miami developer Tibor Hollo’s Florida East Coast Realty, which already has approval for a long-planned 1,010-foot tower on Biscayne Boulevard across from Bayfront Park, is asking the Federal Aviation Administration to allow them to up the building’s height. To 1,049 feet.

That’s the height Hollo wanted, but couldn’t get, when the One Bayfront Plaza project was first approved in 2007.

“Good luck to them,” the courtly Hollo said of Swire, with a chuckle. “But I don’t think the FAA will permit 1,049 feet on Brickell Avenue.”

Swire executives say they’re “pretty confident” they can get their tower approved by the FAA and Miami-Dade County’s aviation department, but stress they’re not deliberately going after the crown. They say it’s unlikely that any height record would stand for long in any case.

“We’re not trying to build the biggest or tallest of anything,” said Swire president Stephen Owens. “There’s no particular benefit to saying, ‘At one point, we had the tallest tower in Miami.’ If you look at Miami 20 years from now, there’s going to be lots of these tall buildings.”
Quote:

Like Hollo’s, Swire’s mega-tower wouldn’t be done until the end of the decade — tentatively 2019, Owens said. It would encompass four distinct uses: Retail at the base, offices, condos and a luxury hotel at the very top.

On two sides, the sleek glass tower would have giant square “notches” or cutouts, one 120 feet tall and another 350 feet. Not mere architectural flourishes, they serve to minimize wind loads on the building, reducing the need for structural reinforcement, Owens and Swire senior vice president Chris Gandolfo said. The tower would boast a first for Miami: all loading would take place two levels below ground
Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2014/02/2...#storylink=cpy

NYguy Feb 27, 2014 3:47 PM

I can never get these two towers straight.

dave8721 Feb 27, 2014 6:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by NYguy (Post 6471260)
I can never get these two towers straight.

As if One Brickell CityCentre and One Bayfront Plaza aren't confusing enough, a 3rd massive proposal is in the works called...One Brickell.

Zapatan Feb 27, 2014 7:19 PM

Miami with 3 supertalls would look damn good... could be a reality too :)

MiamiSpartan Feb 28, 2014 3:52 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Zapatan (Post 6471759)
Miami with 3 supertalls would look damn good... could be a reality too :)

...and don't forget the super tall observation tower just behind Bayside...

chris08876 Feb 28, 2014 4:37 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Zapatan (Post 6471759)
Miami with 3 supertalls would look damn good... could be a reality too :)

I wish the Empire World Towers would become a reality. Old proposal but awsome. BTW, notice Miami, and how much it has grown based on the old image in this rendering. :slob: Amazing change.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...rld_Towers.jpg
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...rld_Towers.jpg

N830MH Mar 3, 2014 5:26 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chris08876 (Post 6472731)
I wish the Empire World Towers would become a reality. Old proposal but awsome. BTW, notice Miami, and how much it has grown based on the old image in this rendering. :slob: Amazing change.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...rld_Towers.jpg
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...rld_Towers.jpg

You found something? How? How they didn't built a supertall towers? So what happened to them? Hasn't they gotten approved?

chris08876 Mar 3, 2014 5:41 AM

^^^^
No, no find. I was just saying I wish they had built this as intended. I used the image just for a reflection between what the skyline in the photo looked like at that period to what it is now. In other words, Miami grew so much, it looks completely different.

It never got built. Killed off by the recession as well as being tied by the courts.

jd3189 Mar 3, 2014 7:01 AM

Miami having twin towers would really bring back that classic type of skyline to the US after the loss of the original WTC. NYC might never host something like that again. Chicago might also be a more realistic contender if the Old Post Office redevelopment plan happens.

chris08876 Mar 29, 2014 8:19 AM

Rendering: Whole Complex when it is finished ----> Brickell CityCentre | 1102ft |520ft x 2 | 516ft (Including other towers in the complex)

Possible redesign of the super tall based on the rendering.

http://i1270.photobucket.com/albums/...pscb902843.png
http://i1270.photobucket.com/albums/...pscb902843.png

http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3788/1...07119b50_c.jpg
Credit: Viper1165 @ SSC (©)

chris08876 Apr 3, 2014 7:38 PM

New renderings and images as of April 3rd: Total Project heights: Brickell CityCentre | 1102ft |520ft x 2 | 516ft
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http://cdn.cstatic.net/images/gridfs...009a66/519.jpg
http://cdn.cstatic.net/images/gridfs...009a7a/110.jpg
http://cdn.cstatic.net/images/gridfs...009a27/119.jpg
http://cdn.cstatic.net/images/gridfs...009a48/219.jpg
http://cdn.cstatic.net/images/gridfs...009a34/311.jpg
http://cdn.cstatic.net/images/gridfs...009a70/112.jpg
http://cdn.cstatic.net/images/gridfs...01cce6/113.jpg
http://cdn.cstatic.net/images/gridfs...038805/179.jpg
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http://miami.curbed.com/archives/201...2ea142be0177b9

chris08876 Apr 4, 2014 8:17 PM

I think a mod should rename this thread to just Brickell City Centre.

This project is similar to the ones in China where there are many towers involved. Plus, the fact that they have many towers that sound the same makes it a tad bit confusing.

Something along the lines of:

Brickell CityCentre | 1102ft |520ft x 2 | 516ft

As it accounts for the supertall, and the smaller towers in the complex.

The renderings above only has the supertall in one of them (Daytime image), but the project itself consists of many smaller towers as well. Well, not really small as 500+ isn't small, but hopefully a mod will understand my point. Its more for just being organized. :)

LeftCoaster Apr 4, 2014 8:23 PM

I'm confused, why is it One Brickell CityCentre, this building's in the states, shouldnt it be Center?

Or have you guys finally learned to spell? ;)

Surrealplaces Apr 4, 2014 8:27 PM

Lots of exciting stuff coming down the pipe in Miami from the looks of it.

Orion1 Apr 4, 2014 10:13 PM

CITC in Philly will be slightly taller....

chris08876 Apr 4, 2014 10:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LeftCoaster (Post 6526680)
I'm confused, why is it One Brickell CityCentre, this building's in the states, shouldnt it be Center?

Or have you guys finally learned to spell? ;)

Nope, Centre lol. Name of the project. Not sure why they decided to say "Centre" instead of Center. The whole project is a little confusing in general because all of the names are very similar. Its like in the Bellevue thread. Every other new tower coming out has the word "Bellevue" in it.


Also in post #32, you can see the rendering for other buildings in the development that have "Centre" in it.

chris08876 Apr 4, 2014 10:34 PM

Some extra information: (See post #32 for renderings of Phase 1 and the site for phase 2 (The supertall).

Quote:

Project statistics

625,000 square-foot shopping center
128,580 square feet of Class A offices
131,651 square-foot wellness center
820 condominiums in two towers
263 hotel rooms
89 serviced apartments
2,600 parking spaces
An environmentally sophisticated and innovative Climate Ribbon™ architectural feature that will provide active and positive climate control
Phase II: One Brickell City Centre mixed-use tower


The highlights of the project include:

9.1 acres along South Miami Avenue between Eighth Street and Sixth Street
5.4 million square feet of office, residential, hotel, retail and entertainment space, in addition to a two-level underground parking garage that spans seven acres below the property
An environmentally progressive Climate Ribbon™ architectural feature that will provide innovative climate control so shoppers can walk in comfort between stores and restaurants
Incorporates key transportation centers with the Miami Metromover while offering easy access to Interstate 95

Economic Impact

Approximately $1 billion in overall economic impact
Approximately 1,700 construction jobs on average per year for four years
Approximately 3,700 direct jobs and 2,500 indirect jobs after construction completion
$5.4 million in ad valorem taxes for the City of Miami
$1 million in annual revenue from parking surcharges for the City of Miami
$6.1 million in permit and impact fees for the City of Miami
$9.6 million annually in ad valorem taxes from Miami Dade County
$1.2 impact fees for Miami Dade County
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http://brickellcitycentreconnect.com...t-description/

chris08876 Apr 19, 2014 6:36 PM

A first look at Brickell City Center's upcoming hotel

http://imagizer.imageshack.us/a/img850/4634/64ug.png

Quote:

Swire Hotels said it plans to open the East Miami hotel at Brickell City Center in fall 2015.
The company released renderings this week that show what the 263-room hotel will look like as it towers over Swire Properties' $1.05 billion mixed-use project.
East Miami will be Swire Hotels' U.S. first property and the third hotel under the East brand, following locations that opened in Hong Kong in 2010 and Beijing in 2013.
RELATED CONTENT: Swire's Miami tower planned to top 1,000 feet
Designed by Arquitectonica, East Miami will also feature 89 serviced apartments known as East Residences. The tower will also house two restaurants, a poolside bar and lounge, a rooftop bar, fitness center, and a banquet hall.
Phase one of Brickell City Center is currently under construction in the heart of Miami's Brickell district. It will include a luxury shopping center, two residential towers, a wellness center and Class A offices. The first phase is expected to be finished next year.
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Shaun Bevan
Apr 18, 2014
http://www.bizjournals.com/southflor...ter-hotel.html

chris08876 May 2, 2014 1:28 AM

An extra rendering, and some extra information:

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Swire Hotels To Open First Hotel In United States EAST, Miami

http://www.hospitalitynet.org/picture/153047118.jpg

Quote:

Swire Hotels announces the 2015 opening of EAST, Miami at Brickell City Centre, Swire Properties Inc's $1.5 billion mixed-use development in Miami's Brickell downtown district. It will be the hotel group's first property in the United States and the third hotel under the EAST brand, after the successful openings of EAST, Hong Kong in Island EAST in 2010 and EAST, Beijing at INDIGO, Beijing in 2013.

"Interest on the part of premiere hospitality companies in flagging a Brickell City Centre hotel was robust due to their desire to secure a prime location in the tony Brickell market and due to the inclusion of luxury retail in our project," said Stephen Owens, president of Swire Properties Inc. "We were ultimately able to select from among ten upscale hotel brands in choosing Swire Hotels' EAST for our flag.

About Brickell City Centre

Brickell City Centre is a landmark $1.5 billion, 5.4 million square feet, mixed-use development in downtown Miami from Swire Properties Inc, one of South Florida's leading international developers of real estate known for its $1 billion master-planned development of Brickell Key. The project's first phase includes a luxury shopping center, two residential towers, a hotel with serviced apartments, a wellness center and a Class A office building. The project is LEED®-registered for Neighborhood Development – currently one of the largest in the U.S. Sustainability elements include the exclusive CLIMATE RIBBON™, and elevated trellis composed of steel, fabric and a continuous surface of glass that will connect all components of the development and create a comfortable microclimate for shoppers. As the largest private-sector project currently under construction in Miami, Brickell City Centre began vertical construction in 2013 and the first phase of completion is scheduled for the end of 2015. A second phase of construction will begin in the first quarter of 2016.
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http://www.hospitalitynet.org/news/4064988.html

Zapatan May 2, 2014 1:40 AM

So if I didn't miss something... from that last rendering there will be no 1100 foot skyscraper as it's been replaced by a 5 or 600 foot hotel.

Shocker

chris08876 May 2, 2014 1:48 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Zapatan (Post 6561445)
So if I didn't miss something... from that last rendering there will be no 1100 foot skyscraper as it's been replaced by a 5 or 600 foot hotel.

Shocker

No lol... The supertall in in phase 2. Phase 2 starts in 2016. One Brickell CityCentre (Supertall), is expected to be finished in 2018. ;)

Although I do not agree with the thread title. It really should reflect the overall project. This is in a sense like Paraiso Bay, Portside Miami, and World Centre, this is a mega development.

Its a couple of posts above this one where it states that. I try to limit the amount of reading material and get right to the point. :tup:

See post #38. :)

Zapatan May 2, 2014 2:06 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chris08876 (Post 6561460)
No lol... The supertall in in phase 2. Phase 2 starts in 2016. One Brickell CityCentre (Supertall), is expected to be finished in 2018. ;)

Although I do not agree with the thread title. It really should reflect the overall project. This is in a sense like Paraiso Bay, Portside Miami, and World Centre, this is a mega development.

Its a couple of posts above this one where it states that. I try to limit the amount of reading material and get right to the point. :tup:

See post #38. :)


Aah okay haha nevermind then don't listen to me, I'm dumb.

chris08876 May 2, 2014 2:09 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Zapatan (Post 6561485)
Aah okay haha nevermind then don't listen to me, I'm dumb.

No its okay, don't be harsh on yourself. Better to ask than to be confused. :)

Zapatan May 2, 2014 3:08 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chris08876 (Post 6561488)
No its okay, don't be harsh on yourself. Better to ask than to be confused. :)

Nah I was just kidding, I'm not actually dumb.


This girl on the other hand

http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_ma...ro5_r1_250.gif

chris08876 May 4, 2014 5:44 PM

^^^^
Yes I could imagine. Some woman out there might have the looks, but brains, are missing. All I gotta say is run! :haha:

Anyways, here are some updates on Brickell CityCentre. I hate to be repetitive, but this is a mega development. The supertall is in phase 2. The thread title should reflect the project. It wouldn't make sense making another thread for it when we have a good one here.

This is for the hotel portion:

http://i1270.photobucket.com/albums/...psc6b6a724.jpg
http://i1270.photobucket.com/albums/...ps18546c54.jpg
Credit: QuantumX at SSC

chris08876 May 16, 2014 4:35 AM

News Update: May 15, 2014

Swire about to buy more land for City Centre

Quote:

Swire Properties is on the verge of picking up another 22,000 square feet for its Brickell City Centre development.

Miami commissioners are expected to vote next week on a resolution authorizing Swire’s purchase of two parcels at 602 and 614 South Miami Avenue. The city plans to spend about $4.9 million to acquire the properties from a state agency. Swire would kick in nearly $4.2 million for that investment, with the rest of the purchase price covered by $700,000 in street easement fees provided by the developer.

Once the city completes its purchase, it would immediately sell the properties to Swire for $4 million, according to exMiami. One of the parcels is home to an office of Florida’s Department of Juvenile Justice.
Swire intends to use the properties to “enhance the public right of way” around City Centre.
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http://therealdeal.com/miami/blog/20...r-city-centre/

chris08876 May 20, 2014 7:35 PM

City Centre's Metromover Station & Hotel Pool Deck

http://cdn.cstatic.net/images/gridfs...mage01copy.jpg
http://cdn.cstatic.net/images/gridfs...mage02copy.jpg

Master Plan:
http://cdn.cstatic.net/images/gridfs...siteplan-2.jpg
http://cdn.cstatic.net/images/gridfs...thumb.php.jpeg

Metromover Station
http://cdn.cstatic.net/images/gridfs...azaandpark.jpg
http://cdn.cstatic.net/images/gridfs...tlvl03_rgb.jpg
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http://arquitectonica.com/geo/portfo...tel-pool-deck/

dave8721 Aug 26, 2014 7:55 PM

..And the FAA wants the height reduced :brickwall:

http://www.exmiami.org/index.php/faa...-flight-rules/

chris08876 Aug 26, 2014 8:11 PM

Rubbish. :(

I wonder if they would be fine with a 1000 ft height. FAA is really annoying. Does that height really interfere with flight routes? More headaches and delays for quality developments.


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