One Brickell

FAA Limit Height For Tall Buildings In Miami

The FAA has told Miami developers to limit the height of their buildings and disapproved of upcoming projects over 500 feet, according to the Daily Business Review.

Projects such as Auberge in Downtown Miami and One Brickell were "presumed to be a hazard to air navigation." The FAA suggested a height of 465 feet from 877 feet for Auberge and 449 feet from 646 for One Brickell. 

Florida East Coast Realty proposed tower at 1201 Brickell Bay Dr. has an FAA suggestion of 484 feet down from 995 feet. 

Developers have the option to request 60 days for the FAA to conduct further studies that would be open to public comment and take another 120 days, according to the SFBJ.

Related To Pay City of Miami $15M For Extra Density

Future Site of One Brickell

Related Group will buy over 850,000 square feet of development rights for it's One Brickell project at 444 Brickell Ave., according to The Next Miami. This means Related will have to pay $15 million to the city for the extra density. 

One Brickell will still meet the 50 foot set back that will connect the riverwalk underneath the Brickell Avenue Bridge.

Construction will begin sometime in 2015.

Plans For Related Group's One Brickell Project

The Next Miami has obtained renderings and details about The Related Group's One Brickell Project. The towers will be designed by architect Arquitectonica and will be three towers. Tower I will be 77 stories (811 Feet), Tower II 57 stories (619 feet), Tower III 82 stories (859 feet). 

The site is located at 444 Brickell Ave right on the Miami River.

According to The Next Miami the building s will be 1,400 residential units, 249 hotel units, over 41,000 square feet of office space and over 24,000 square feet of retail space.