Proposed Tower Will Be the Tallest Tower in Miami Beach
Mar 31, 2014 March 31, 2014
Related Group is planning on collaborating with Crescent Heights to build the tallest tower in Miami Beach: the Crescent Tower. Unfortunately, they have reach a small problem: it’s too big.
The companies are attempting to create a 50-story residential building designed by Perkins + Will, if only they can convince commissioners to waive the height restrictions for the project.
The Miami Beach area has a 75-foot height restriction, so the partnering companies are trying to move the development rights to the southwest corner.
The project itself will have a six-story waterfall and a three-acre park, where an old hospital and parking garage are located for the time being. The condo itself will have four units per floor, priced at $2 million each, or $10 million for the penthouses.
Crescent Tower will be next to the Alton Road flyover at the end of the MacArthur Causeway.
Photo credit: Crescent Heights renderings - miami.curbed.com