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SkyRise Miami to Break Ground in May

SkyRise Miami to Break Ground in May

by Sep Niakan | February 21, 2014

The plan for the 1,000-foot observation tower in Miami has already received zoning approval, and is awaiting further authorization by the city commission to begin construction in May.

Featuring three observation decks, a moving theater, and other attractions, the structure will be the second largest observation tower in the U.S. and the sixth largest in the world.

SkyRise Miami will be a major business stimulator and a top-20 employer for the city.

 

 

 

Source: exmiami.com

Photo credit: SkyRise renderings huffingtonpost.com

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