List Of Tallest Buildings In Miami
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List of Tallest Buildings in Miami
The Downtown Miami skyline in May 2011 with the bayfront buildings tagged.
Brickell skyline from the south showing the previously tallest Four Seasons Hotel and Tower center
Downtown viewed from the north in 2011.
Downtown and Brickell skyline from the west in 2012.

The U.S. city of Miami, Florida has the country's third-tallest skyline with over 300 high-rises, 70 of which stand taller than 400 feet (120 m), mainly according to Emporis,[1]SkyscraperPage, and The Skyscraper Center, which is the online database of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. The tallest building in the city is the 84-story Panorama Tower, which rises 868 feet (265 m) in Miami's Brickell district and on March 24, 2017 surpassed all other buildings in height. It is to be completed by the end of 2017. Eight of the ten tallest buildings in Florida are located in Miami. By 2020 there will be 10 more buildings in Florida with more than 65 stories each.

Background

History

Miami's history of high-rises began with the 1912 completion of the six-story Burdine's Department Store, although the Freedom Tower, built in 1925, is Miami's best-known early skyscraper and remains an icon of the city. From the mid-1990s through the late 2000s, Miami went through the largest building boom in the city's history. In what was dubbed a "Manhattanization wave", there were nearly 60 structures proposed, approved or under construction in the city that were planned to rise over 492 feet (150 m) in height. As a result of the construction boom, only two of the city's 25 tallest buildings were completed before the year 2000, and the city has one of largest skylines in the United States, generally ranking only behind New York City and Chicago.[2] The boom, however, ended abruptly around 2008 when the real estate market crashed and the late-2000s recession began. By 2011 the market began to return, with new office and condominium projects such as Brickell House announced for construction beginning in 2012.[3] This was followed by a second boom that is currently active As of January 2015. This second boom has more proposed towers for the region than were built in the first boom from 2003 to 2010.[4] Only 10 buildings out of 75 on the list were built before 2000, and only 18 were built before 2005.

Present

The tallest skyscraper currently under construction is Panorama Tower in Brickell. It has reached the height taller than any other building in Miami, (Aug 2017) and will continue to rise.[5] The tallest active proposals include One Bayfront Plaza (OBP)[6] and One Brickell City Centre (OBCC),[7] both of which may rise over 1,000 feet (305 m). One Bayfront Plaza is a mixed-use building proposed for 100 South Biscayne Boulevard, approved for construction since 2007, and scheduled to be completed as early as 2018. Since then, it has gone through several design changes and does not have a reliable construction date. By the end of 2016, there were about ten proposals for supertall buildings in downtown and Brickell. In addition to OBCC and OPB, these included The Towers by Foster + Partners, One MiamiCentral, 300 Biscayne, Capital at Brickell (CCCC Miami), World Trade Center of the Americas, Skyrise (tower), as well as the more speculative Sky Plaza and One Fifth.[8]

FAA height limits

One Bayfront Plaza[9] was for many years the tallest building ever to be approved for construction in the city, at the maximum FAA height limit of 1,049 feet (320 m), though several other buildings were approved at similar heights in the mid-2010s. It was later reduced and is expected to rise 1,010 feet (308 m), with 80 floors.[10] It also has the distinction of being the first skyscraper over 1,000 feet (305 m), known as a "supertall", to be approved in Miami. Several other buildings have been proposed to rise over 1,000 feet (305 m), including One Brickell City Centre, but have been reduced by the FAA. Approvals for comparably tall buildings in Miami are very rare due to the proximity of Miami International Airport (MIA). The main runways of MIA align planes taking off and landing directly over the greater downtown area, and for this reason the Federal Aviation Administration sets precise height limits for construction in Downtown Miami. The fate of high rise construction in Miami was greatly threatened by a "One Engine Inoperative" (OEI) policy proposed by the FAA in 2014. This proposal would drastically reduce the maximum permitted height of structures around 388 airports in the country, even causing existing structures to be modified.[11] In the end, the FAA did not go forward with the extreme limitations and even began giving quicker approvals to buildings with heights up to 1,049 feet (320 m) above sea level, leading to many proposed and approved supertall projects.[8]

Tallest buildings list

This lists ranks the tallest buildings in Miami that stand at least 400 ft (or 122m) tall, based on standard height measurement. This includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts.[A] An equals sign (=) following a rank indicates the same height between two or more buildings. The "Year" column indicates the year in which a building was completed or topped-out. Where applicable, floor counts are given by the observed measurements, as reported floor counts may include many skipped floors, not limited to floor 13.

Rank Name Image Height
ft (m)
Floors Year Neighborhood Notes
1 Panorama Tower Panorama Tower top out banners.jpg 868 (265) 82 2017 Brickell Tallest building in Miami and Florida since 2017.[12]
2 Four Seasons Hotel Miami Four Seasons Miami complete 20100206.jpg 789 (240) 70 2003 Brickell 62nd-tallest in the United States; had been the tallest building in Miami and Florida since 2003. Tallest building built in Miami and Florida in the 2000s.[13][14] The building's total Building Area stands at 690,000sq.ft.[15]
3 Southeast Financial Center Southeast Financial Center, June 2016.jpg 764 (233) 55 1984 Downtown Tallest all-office building in the city and the state; tallest building built in Miami in the 1980s. The building has won the TOBY Building of the Year Award in 1990, 1996 and 1999, and in 1997 was chosen by the Wall Street Journal as one of the 50 best buildings in the US. Most floors have 9 corner offices, with the top twelve floors having as many as 16.[16][17]
4 Marquis Marquis Miami 20100526.jpg 679 (207) 63 2009 Park West [18][19]
5 Wells Fargo Center Met 2 Miami (Wells Fargo Center).JPG 655 (200) 47 2010 Downtown Formerly known as Met 2 Financial Center[20][21]
6 900 Biscayne Bay 900 Biscayne Bay.jpg 650 (198) 63 2008 Park West Tallest all-residential skyscraper in Miami and Florida.[22][23]
7 SLS Lux SLS Lux TO November 2016.jpg 24.0648 (198) 57 2017 Brickell This is the third tower in the Brickell Heights development project. Construction began in 2015 and will include 450 condominiums and a 60-room SLS Hotel. Site work began in June 2014.[24]
8 Echo Brickell Echo Brickell construction September 2016.jpg 01.0 635 (193) 57 2017 Brickell Announced in Spring 2013. Topped out early 2017.[25]
9 Mint at Riverfront Mint-at-Riverfront.jpg 631 (192.3) 55 2008 Downtown [26][27]
10 Infinity at Brickell Infinity at Brickell at dusk.jpg 630 (192) 52 2008 Brickell [28][29]
11 Miami Tower Bank of America Miami 20100206.jpg 625 (191) 47 1986 Downtown Designed by I.M. Pei & Partners. Formerly known as CenTrust Tower and Bank of America Tower. The building contains the Knight Center Metromover station. 216 ultra-modern LED fixtures placed on the setbacks and rooftops of neighboring blocks light the tower in multicolored displays.[30][31]
12 Marinablue MarinaBlue, June 2015.jpg 615 (187) 57 2007 Park West [32][33]
13 Plaza on Brickell Tower I Plaza on Brickell I.jpg 610 (186) 56 2007 Brickell [34][35]
14 Epic Epic skyscraper Miami 20100211.jpg 601 (183) 54 2009 Downtown [36][37]
15 SLS Brickell SLS Brickell November 2016.jpg 24.0599 (183) 52 2016 Brickell Announced in Fall 2012. Construction began in January 2014, topped-out by early 2016 for late 2016 occupancy.[38][39]
16= Icon Brickell North Tower Icon Brickell North Tower from Wachovia Financial Center parking garage.jpg 586 (179) 58 2008 Brickell [40][41]
16= Icon Brickell South Tower Icon Brickell South Tower from the west.JPG 586 (179) 58 2008 Brickell [42][43]
18 Ten Museum Park Ten Museum Park.jpg 585 (178) 50 2007 Park West [44][45]
19 Paramount Bay at Edgewater Square Paramount Bay 20080510.jpg 555 (169) 47 2009 Edgewater Designed by Arquitectonica Architects, Creative Vision by Lenny Kravitz for Kravitz Design Inc.[46][47][48]
20= 50 Biscayne 50 Biscayne 20100707.jpg 554 (169) 55 2007 Downtown [49][50]
20= Quantum on the Bay South Tower Quantun on the Bay.jpg 554 (169) 52 2008 Omni Tallest building in Omni[51][52]
22 Biscayne Beach Biscayne Beach under construction March 2016.jpg 24.0550 (168) 51 2016 Edgewater Residential apartment tower began construction in May 2014. Tower will have 399 units and a private "beach club." Topped of summer 2016.[53]
23 Brickell Heights Tower I Brickell Heights construction.jpg 24.0549 (167) 52 2016-2017 Brickell Formerly announced in 2006 as Premiere Towers. The project was cancelled by the Great Recession and re-announced in October 2013 as a twin 690 unit residential tower. Construction began in June 2014.[54]
24= 1010 Brickell 1010 TO 7.jpg 548 (167) 50 2016 Brickell 352-unit residential condominium tower. The tower is to be built on the current parking garage of the 1010 Brickell office building. The tower is set to begin construction with the demolition of the existing parking garage by Spring 2014.[55]
24= Paraíso Bay Tower I Paraiso Bay construction.jpg 24.0548 (167) 55 2016 Edgewater Announced in early 2013. Part of Paraiso Bay complex.[56] Approved in July 2013. This twin residential tower project is located on NE 31st Street on the Biscayne Bay waterfront. Site work construction began June 2014.[57]
26 Opera Tower Opera Tower.jpg 543 (165) 56 2007 Omni [58][59]
27 Viceroy Viceroy Hotel & Spa Tower from Brickell Ave.JPG 542 (165) 50 2008 Brickell [60][61]
28= Vizcayne North Tower Vizcayne-Everglades on the Bay north and south towers.JPG 538 (164) 50 2008 Downtown [62][63]
28= Vizcayne South Tower Vizcayne-Everglades on the Bay north and south towers.JPG 538 (164) 49 2008 Downtown [64][65]
30 Quantum on the Bay North Tower Quantun on the Bay.jpg 536 (163) 45 2008 Omni [66][67]
31 Brickell Heights Tower II Brickell Heights construction.jpg 24.0529 (161) 52 2016-2017 Brickell Formerly announced in 2006 as Premiere Towers. The project was cancelled by the Great Recession and re-announced in October 2013 as a twin 690 unit residential tower. Construction began in June 2014 and topped out fall 2016.[68]
32 Jade at Brickell Bay Jade at Brickell Bay 2012.jpg 528 (161) 48 2004 Brickell [69][70]
33 Plaza on Brickell Tower II Plaza on Brickell.jpg 525 (160) 48 2007 Brickell [71][72]
34= Santa Maria Santamariabuilding.jpg 520 (158) 51 1997 Brickell Tallest building constructed in Miami in the 1990s[73][74]
34= Rise Rise Brickell City Centre.jpg 520 (158) 46 2015 Brickell Brickell City Centre project also includes construction of 48,310 m2 (520,000 ft2) of retail, and two office towers with a height of 80 meters (262 feet) each.[75][76]
36 EAST East Brickell City Centre.jpg 516 (158) 44 2015 Brickell Project also includes construction of 48,310 m2 (520,000 ft2) of retail, and two office towers with a height of 80 meters (262 feet) each.[77][78]
37 The Ivy Miami The Ivy.jpg 512 (156) 45 2008 Downtown [79][80]
38 Stephen P. Clark Government Center Government Center building from the Miami Main Library.JPG 510 (155) 28 1985 Downtown Also known as Government Center and Miami-Dade Center[81][82]
39 Brickell House Brickell House topped out.jpg 509 (155) 48 2014 Brickell Building topped out in January 2014.[83][84]
40 Reach Reach Brickell City Centre.jpg 503 (153) 44 2015 Brickell Brickell City Centre project also includes construction of 48,310 m2 (520,000 ft2) of retail, and two office towers with a height of 80 meters (262 feet) each.[85][86]
41 JW Marriott Marquis Miami Met 2 Miami 20110307.jpg 502 (153) 41 2010 Downtown Connected to the Wells Fargo Center.[87][88]
42 Wind Wind Tower Miami se.jpg 501 (153) 41 2008 Downtown [89][90]
43 1450 Brickell 1450 Brickell reflection.jpg 500 (152) 34 2010 Brickell Formerly known as Park Place at Brickell II. 1450 Brickell has been certified GOLD by The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System.[91][92]
44 One Biscayne Tower One Biscayne Tower from the southeast.jpg 492 (150) 39 1973 Downtown Tallest building built in Miami in the 1970s. Surpassed as tallest by Wachovia Financial Center (now Southeast Financial Center) in 1984.[93][94]
45 The Bond at Brickell Bond at Brickell under construction.jpg 24.0491 (150) 44 2015 Brickell 323-unit residential tower at 1080 Brickell Avenue. Announced in Fall 2012. Broke ground in January 2014.[95][96]
46 Brickell Arch Espirito Santo Plaza Downtown Miami 20100206.jpg 487 (148) 36 2004 Brickell US headquarters of Espirito Santo Bank. The building also contains a Conrad Hotel and 116 luxury condos. Designed by Kohn Pederson Fox Associates, the front façade features a concaved arch intended to symbolize the gateway to Latin America.[97][98]
47= Brickell World Plaza Brickell Financial Centre I (Brickell World Plaza) March 2011.JPG 484 (148) 40 2011 Brickell Topped out in early 2009; previously known as Brickell Financial Centre I[99][100]
47= Miami Center Miami Center-Citi building.JPG 484 (148) 34 1983 Downtown [101][102]
49 Asia Asia tower.jpg 483 (147) 36 2008 Brickell Key Tallest building on Brickell Key.[103][104]
50 Brickell on the River North Tower Brickell on the River South.png 482 (147) 42 2006 Brickell [105][106]
51= Three Tequesta Point Tequesta3.jpg 480 (146) 46 2001 Brickell Key [107][108]
51= Avenue on Brickell East Tower Avenue (Miami) west tower.jpg 480 (146) 47 2007 Brickell [109][110]
53 Latitude on the River Latitude River.png 476 (145) 44 2007 Brickell [111][112]
54 1100 Millecento 1100 Millecento Miami 2016.jpg 470 (143) 42 2015 Brickell Residential tower with 382 condominiums located at 1100 South Miami Avenue. Construction began in September 2012. Topped off in early 2014.[113][114]
55 Melody Melody Miami building.jpg 467 (142) 36 2016 Omni Located at 245 NE 14th Street, across from the Arsht Center. Construction began in May 2014. Will include 497 apartments, 591 parking spaces, and 10,000 square feet of commercial space for ground floor restaurants. Topped out January 2016.[115][116]
56 One Miami East Tower Onemiami.jpg 460 (140) 44 2005 Downtown [117][118]
57 701 Brickell Avenue Bank of America building, 701 Brickell Avenue, Miami, Florida.JPG 450 (137) 33 1986 Brickell Formerly known as The Lincoln Center[119][120]
58 One Miami West Tower Onemiami.jpg 449 (137) 45 2005 Downtown [121][122]
59 Icon Bay Icon Bay under construction.JPG 448 (137) 42 2015 Edgewater Residential tower with 300 apartments located at 452 NE 29th Street. Construction began in September 2012. Topped off in July 2014.[123][124]
60 Met 1 Met 1 Miami 20100206.jpg 440 (134) 40 2007 Downtown [125][126]
61 The Loft 2 Loft II.jpg 433 (132) 35 2007 Downtown The Loft 2 straddles the Metromover, being built with a 7-story clearance over the rail and without disrupting train service during construction.[127][128]
62 Sabadell Financial Center Sabadell Financial Center.jpg 430 (131) 31 2000 Brickell Also known as Barclays Financial Center; formerly known as Mellon Financial Center[129][130]
63 Centro Lofts Centro Lofts Miami.jpg 24.0428 (130) 36 2015 Downtown Announced in Fall 2012. Construction began in December 2013. Topped out in 2015, opening in 2016.[131][132]
64= 500 Brickell East Tower 500 Brickell southwest.jpg 426 (130) 42 2007 Brickell [133][134]
64= 500 Brickell West Tower 500 Brickell southwest.jpg 426 (130) 42 2007 Brickell [135][136]
66 Blue on the Bay Blue on the Bay.jpg 425 (130) 36 2005 Edgewater [137][138]
67= Vue at Brickell Vueatbrickell.jpg 423 (129) 36 2004 Brickell [139][140]
67= 1800 Club 1800 Club Miami.jpg 423 (129) 40 2007 Omni [141][142]
67= Brickell on the River South Tower Brickell on the River North.png 423 (129) 42 2007 Brickell [143][144]
70 The Mark on Brickell Mark at Brickell.JPG 420 (128) 36 2001 Brickell [145][146]
71= Axis at Brickell Village North Tower Axis at Brickell Village Towers.jpg 418 (127) 40 2008 Brickell [147][148]
71= Axis at Brickell Village South Tower Axis at Brickell Village Towers.jpg 418 (127) 40 2008 Brickell [149][150]
73 One Broadway One Broadway 20100206.jpg 413 (126) 40 2005 Brickell Formerly known as Park Place at Brickell[151][152]
74 The Club at Brickell Bay Club at Brickell.JPG 411 (125) 42 2004 Brickell Also known as Brickell Bay Plaza[153][154]
75 Two Tequesta Point Tequesta2.JPG 410 (125) 40 1999 Brickell Key [155][156]
76 Carbonell Condominium Carbonell condo.png 407 (124) 40 2005 Brickell Key [157][158]
77 Courthouse Center Courthouse Center, 175 NW 1st Avenue, Miami, FL.jpg 405 (123) 30 1986 Downtown [159][160]
78 The Palace The Palace.png 400 (122) 42 1981 Brickell [161][162]
Brickell skyline as seen from the Rusty Pelican in 2014. Downtown and Brickell Key visible to the right.
Downtown skyline as seen in 2011 from the Port of Miami.

Summary

>=1,000 ft >=900 ft >=800 ft >=700 ft >=600 ft >=500 ft >=400 ft Total
0 0 1 2 11 29 35 78

Tallest buildings in each neighborhood

This lists the tallest building in each neighborhood, district, or sub-district of Miami. Note that all buildings over 400 feet (120 m) are within the Greater Downtown area between the Julia Tuttle Causeway and Rickenbacker Causeway, east of Interstate 95. The "Year" column indicates the year in which a building was completed or topped-out for still under construction or stalled buildings.

District Name Height
ft (m)
Floors
Year
Source
Brickell Panorama Tower 868 (265) 82 2017
Central Business District (downtown) Southeast Financial Center 764 (233) 55 1984 [163]
Park West Marquis Miami 679 (207) 63 2009 [164]
Omni Quantum on the Bay 554 (169) 52 2008 [165]
Edgewater Paramount Bay at Edgewater Square 555 (169) 47 2009 [166]
Brickell Key Asia 483 (147) 36 2008 [167]

Tallest under construction or approved

All of the planned high-rise buildings that were not constructed by the 2008 financial crisis were either put on hold or cancelled altogether until 2011 as the market was becoming stable once again.

Under construction

This lists buildings that are currently under construction in Miami and are planned to rise at least 400 feet (122 m). Buildings that have already been topped out are moved to the main list.

Name Height
ft (m)
Floors Year*
(est.)
Neighborhood Notes
Panorama Tower 03.0868 (265) 83 2017-2018 Brickell Originally announced in 2006, revised in 2012. Project was approved by the City of Miami in 2013. Site work construction began in November 2013. Tower began going vertical in June 2014. Panorama Tower will be the tallest building in Miami and Florida, surpassing Florida's current tallest, the Four Seasons Hotel Miami.

Tower will include 821 rental apartments, a 208-room hotel, 100,000 square feet of medical office space, 50,000 square feet of commercial ground floor retail and a public rooftop observation deck.[168][169]

Aston Martin Residences 01.0 817 (249) 66 2021 Downtown Will be one of Miami's tallest buildings when completed. The 391 condominiums will combine breathtaking design aesthetic with an ideal location, featuring spectacular panoramic vistas of Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean.[170]
Brickell Flatiron 01.0 750 (229) 65 2018 Brickell Residential tower with 549 condominiums and 3,716 square meters of ground floor retail. Site is located on the corner of South Miami Avenue and Brickell Plaza. Typical of Miami residential construction, financing will use the Latin American finance method. Construction began in March 2016.[171][172]
Paramount Miami Worldcenter 738 (225) Unknown 2019 Park West Residential tower with 444 apartments as part of the Miami World Center development. Broke ground in late 2015.[173]
One Thousand Museum 03.0721 (219) 62 2017 Park West 83-unit residential condominium tower. The tower was designed by world-renowned architect Zaha Hadid. Construction began in December 2014.[174]
Missoni Baia 01.0 649 (198) 57 2021 Edgewater Construction began in October 2017.[175]
Elysee 01.0 644 (196) 57 2018 Edgewater Construction began in March 2017.[176]
One Paraíso 24.0600 (183) 55 2017 Edgewater Announced in early 2013. Part of Paraiso Bay complex.[56] Approved in July 2013. This twin residential tower project is located on NE 31st Street on the Biscayne Bay waterfront. Site work construction began June 2014.[177]
GranParaíso 24.0548 (167) 55 2017 Edgewater Announced in early 2013 as part of Pariso Bay complex.[56] Approved in July 2013. This twin residential tower project is located on NE 31st Street on the Biscayne Bay waterfront. Site work construction began June 2014.
Solitair Brickell 555 (169) 50 2017 Brickell 438-unit residential condominium tower. The tower is being built where the parking garage of the Brickell Bayview Center office building had been located. Construction began in July 2015.[178]
Met Square 24.0545 (166) 42 2017 Downtown 391-unit rental apartment tower. Tower will contain restaurant space and 1,778-seat movie theatre. The tower will also contain a Tequesta Indian display after artifacts and structures of the tribe were unearthed at the site. Construction began in July 2015.[179]
Aria On The Bay 03.0535 (163) 50 2017 Omni 647 Unit condo tower by Melo Group. Construction began in April 2015.[180]
Paraiso Bayviews 500 (152) 44 2018 Edgewater Construction began in 2015.[181] Part of Paraiso Bay complex.[56]
Seventh Street Apartments Tower I 24.0442 (135) 43 2018 Downtown Part of the Miami World Center Development. Construction began in June 2017.
Seventh Street Apartments Tower II 24.0413 (126) 40 2018 Downtown Part of the Miami World Center Development. Construction began in June 2017.
300 Biscayne Rentals 24.0409 (125) 36 2018 Downtown Also known as Vice. Construction began in 2016.
Canvas 24.0403 (123) 37 2018 Omni Construction began in 2017.

* Table entries with dashes (--) indicate that information regarding expected building dates of completion has not yet been released.

Approved

This list contains buildings that are approved by the city for construction and are planned to rise at least 400 feet (122 m). Many of these buildings were approved during the 2000s Miami Skyscraper Boom, but were put on hold during the Great Recession and have been announced to start construction in 2013 and early 2014.

Name Image Height
ft / m
Floors Year
(est.)
Neighborhood Notes & References
One Brickell City Centre 01.01,049 (320) 82 2020 Brickell Announced in November 2013. Since its approval in 2014, the tower would be the 12th-tallest tower in the United States upon completion, the 64th-tallest in the world, and the tallest American tower in terms of roof height outside of New York City and Chicago.[182]
One Bayfront Plaza 01.01,049 (320) 92 2018 Downtown Miami Announced in 2010. One Bayfront Plaza would be the tallest office tower in Miami and Florida.[183]
SkyRise Miami 01.0990 (301) 2018 Downtown Announced in November 2013. SkyRise Miami will be an observation tower. While not a habitable building, towers may be included for comparison purposes; however, they are not ranked.[184][185]
Brickell Financial Centre II 903 (275) 68 n/a Brickell Announced in 2005. Phase II would surpass the Four Seasons Hotel Miami as the tallest building in the city and the state upon completion.[186][187]
North Squared 520 (158) 45 2017 Brickell Announced in Spring 2012. Phase I of BCC has broken ground and consists of a shopping center, 2 residential towers, smaller office and a wellness center. This property is part of an approved Phase II at the vacant site between SE 5th and 6th streets, and is not yet under construction.[188]
Elysee 649 (198) Unknown 2018 Edgewater The tower is soon to start construction before the end of 2016.[189]
Marriott Marquis at Miami World Center 635 (194) 55 2017 Park West 1,800 room Marriott Marquis hotel to be built at 700 North Miami Avenue as part of the Miami World Center development. Will include a convention center and a 1,500 theatre. Official height of building and floor count has not been publicized. To break ground in late 2014.[190][191]
Miami World Center Residential Tower II 450+ (137+) Unknown 2017 Park West Residential tower with approximately 400 apartments as part of the Miami World Center development. To break ground in late 2014.[]
Miami World Center Residential Tower III ~450 (~137) 40 2017 Park West Residential tower with approximately 400 apartments as part of the Miami World Center development. To break ground in late 2014.[]

Timeline of tallest buildings

There have been several buildings in Miami that have served as the tallest building in the city. While the 5-story Burdine's Department Store was the first high-rise building in the city, the Freedom Tower is generally regarded as Miami's first skyscraper. From 2003 to 2008, the Manhattanization of the city led to a huge amount of new development. Several buildings were under construction, and many that were approved or proposed could have earned the title of tallest building in the city upon completion. However, other than the Four Seasons Hotel (2003), none of them made it before the market crashed in 2007. In 2017, Panorama Tower will overtake Four Seasons as the tallest in the city and the state. In a second building boom from 2014 to 2017, many more skyscrapers in excess of 800 feet (240 m) were approved by the FAA, including several 1,000-foot (300 m) supertalls.

Name Image Street address Year(s) as tallest Height
ft / m
Floors Reference
Burdines Department Store Macy's downtown Miami, historic Burdine's Department Store building.jpg South Miami Avenue and SW 1st Street 1912-1917 N/A 6 Now Macy's[192]
Ralston Building [B] Ralston Building, Carrion Jewelry MFG, Downtown Miami.jpg 40 NE 1st Avenue 1917 88 / 27 8 [193]
McAllister Hotel McAllister Hotel.jpg 50 Biscayne Boulevard 1917-1925 120 / 37 10 This building was destroyed in 1988 and is now the location of 50 Biscayne.[194][195]
Freedom Tower Miami Freedom Tower by Tom Schaefer 3.jpg 600 Biscayne Boulevard 1925-1928 256 / 78 17 Tallest building in Miami 1925-1928. Tallest building in Florida upon completion until surpassed in 1926 by the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables.[196][197]
Dade County Courthouse Dadecountycourthouse.jpg 75 West Flagler Street 1928-1972 360 / 110 28 Tallest building in Florida 1928-1967.[198][199]
One Biscayne Tower One Biscayne Tower from the southeast.jpg 2 South Biscayne Boulevard 1972-1984 492 / 150 39 [93][94]
Southeast Financial Center Southeast Financial Center, June 2016.jpg 200 South Biscayne Boulevard 1984-2003 764 / 233 55 Tallest building in Florida 1984-2003.[16][17]
Four Seasons Hotel Miami Four Seasons Miami complete 20100206.jpg 1441 Brickell Avenue 2003-present 789 / 240 64 Tallest building in Florida 2003-present.[13][14]

See also

Notes

A. ^ a Due to strict zoning in the City of Miami and the FAA approval needed for each building, none of the tallest buildings in Miami have a defined spire.
B. ^ a This building was originally known as the Ralston Building, but has since been renamed the Carrion Jewelry Center.

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