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With a population of 21.31 million people, Florida has become a popular choice for high-rise structure developers and investors. Here are ten high-rise structures and luxury apartments that will undoubtedly define Miami’s future skyline.
Waldorf Astoria Hotel and Residences
This marvel will be the tallest skyscraper south of Manhattan, standing at 100 floors and 1,040 feet. The condos in this one-of-a-kind, architectural marvel are formed like bricks stacked on top of one another and have already begun to sell.
Arquitectonica’s ultra-unique skyscraper will reach a height of 1,045 feet and will be mostly utilized for entertainment. It is scheduled to open in 2023 and will offer exciting attractions and entertainment.
The South Tower of this twin-tower structure will have 750 hotel rooms and 50,000 square feet of retail space, while the North Tower will have 800,000 square feet of office space and 50,000 square feet of retail space. Both are projected to reach a height of 991 feet.
One Bayfront Plaza
One Bayfront Plaza will consist of residential, hospitality, office, and retail space. It will be the city’s tallest structure, at 95 floors tall and 1,049 feet over Biscayne Bay.
The Towers by Foster + Partners
Up to 660 residences and 220 hotel rooms will be available in this spectacular twin-tower building (81 and 79 stories, respectively). Its developer has appealed for FAA permission for a height of 1,049 feet.
This project recently reached the 60% sold mark, and reservations are being converted into contracts. The developer has also petitioned to install makeshift toilets for construction workers. Three towers will eventually be built.
Legacy Miami Worldcenter
This 50-foot, 691-story skyscraper sold out all its residential flats in 2021. The project began in August 2021, with a $340 million construction credit obtained in December.
This $300 million, 734-foot, 50-story office tower is currently under construction, with a 2022 completion date. It will be Miami’s second tallest office skyscraper and its most contemporary when completed.
On Biscayne Boulevard, this 646-unit apartment complex is approaching completion, with a Spring 2022 move-in date.
In 2021, a $345 million project loan was approved, and the building is presently ongoing. This will be South Beach’s tallest building at 546 feet.
The ongoing developments in the Miami high-rise sector make it one that speculative investors should watch in the future. So, if you are an investor or a resident looking to move into one of these luxury apartments reach out to us today.