Renderings Show Three Towers At 600/700 Biscayne Square
An architect has published renderings of a tri-tower project at 600 & 700 Biscayne Boulevard, between the American Airlines Arena and Miami Worldcenter.
Architect Trachtenberg wrote that the project was designed in collaboration with another architect, UNStudio on behalf of developer Chateau Group. It isn’t clear what the status of the project is, however.
Three towers would rise 704 feet – the maximum that has been approved to date by the FAA in the area. They would be be connected by skybridges.
The Freedom Tower is located adjacent to where the project could be built, on land owned by Chateau.
Residential, hotel and retail are among the uses contemplated for the development.
The skybridges would include event spaces and skylounges as amenities for residents, as well as the city of Miami.
The three towers would be rotated and staggered in order to maximize views.
A total of 4.5 million square feet would be built.