MIAMI | 86 SW 8th St (Solitair) | 555 FT | 48 FLOORS


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Renderings:

Status : Approved
Address : 86 S.W. 8th. Street , Miami, FL. 33130
Height : 504 ft. | 154 meters
Floors : 48
420 Units
Building type : Residential | Ground floor retail
Developers : ZOM Development in Joint venture with AIG Global Asset Management
Architect : Jonathan Cardello | ADD Architecture
Construction Firm : Balfour Beatty
Construction Start : September 2014
Public transit : Yes | Metrorail Brickell station 3 blocks south | Metromover 8Th. Street station 1 & 1/2 blocks directly east.

Reference:

  1. http://www.exmiami.org/index.php/brickell-bayview-center-approved-begin-construction-september/

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Current Status:


Credit: QuantumX @ SSC


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Work About To Begin On ZOM’s 438-Unit Solitair Brickell

Work About To Begin On ZOM’s 438-Unit Solitair Brickell

Site work will soon begin on ZOM’s 48-story Solitair Brickell rental tower at 86 SW 8 Street, across from Brickell City Centre (the project was formerly known as Brickell Bayview Center).

ZOM now has a permit to demolish a ramp that connects to the parking garage of the neighboring Brickell Bayview Center office tower. A construction permit to begin work on the new tower is pending.

The developer plans 438 residential units, 440 parking spaces, and 7,649 square feet of ground floor retail space. Solitair is approved by the FAA at a height of 555 feet.

Zom also has another downtown Miami rental project, the 462-unit Monarc at Met 3, currently under construction above the newly opened Whole Foods market. That brings the total number of apartments that ZOM is adding to the downtown rental pool to 895 units.

ADD Inc is the architect, and Balfour Beatty is the construction contractor.


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Credit: Iconosquare


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Never been to Miami but when all these projects are done I probably will want to visit. Just for the Zaha tower hahaha.


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This one is rising a little slow compared to the surrounding u/c towers. This being by Brickell Heights which are those two, twin towers next to it. 5 Major towers btw u/c in just 2 or 3 blocks radius. All over 500 ft.

Credit: Nicole Beauchamp