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Old September 5th, 2015, 08:59 PM   #1
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Miami: Brickell and Downtown – Manhattanization


In memoriam of QuantumX.
I thank him of seeing Miami with other eyes.


Hello everybody, I would like to share with you my experience of watching, learning and tourism in my journey which took place in late July 2015. The choice of Miami is the intense architectural transformations that the city passes and they are giving to the world a new way of looking and conceptualizing the city. At the heart of these changes, two neighborhoods, Brickell and Downtown neighborhoods that house the five tallest buildings in the city according to the Skyscraper Center and who are about to receive 2 more new skyscrapers over 650 feet (200 meters). Almost all projects currently launched for Miami, also are to be built in Brickell and Downtown. There are over 25 buildings over 650 feet, 8 supertalls and one structure over 1,000 feet (300 meters).



Map of Miami neighborhoods. Author: Comayagua99 at English Wikipedia. (Brickell and Downtown in center of coastal line)


In this phenomenon, scientists and town planners are referring Manhattanization. But how a city of just over 400,000 inhabitants being the forty-fourth most populous in the United States may follow in the footsteps of the famous neighborhood of New York City? I had the opportunity to visit the largest city of the United States in the past and high-rises, skyscrapers and supertalls are concentrated in two core businesses: Downtown Manhattan and Midtown Manhattan. Compared to Miami, there are two areas that are also suffering transformations. However, unlike the vast distance separating the two cores of Manhattan, Brickell and Downtown Miami are separated only by the Miami River. I'll leave you to these historical records July 2015 and should be changed soon. This month and this year the 5 highest and completed buildings in Miami, from lowest to highest, according to The Skyscraper Center, were:


900 Biscayne Bay
900 Biscayne Boulevard, Downtown, Miami, FL 33132
63 floors and 650 feet (198 meters) tall. (The Skyscraper Center)
Home Page: http://www.miami900biscayne.com/
Architect: Revuelta Vega Leon. The seven upper floors contain four penthouses per floor. The building contains private and semi-private elevators with LCD screens in each. The building contains six levels of two-story townhomes. The foundation consists of 669 auger-cast piles driven 122 feet deep. Each condo unit has views over Biscayne Bay. (Emporis)

2015-07-26Time18.41.21-900BiscayneBay by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-26Time18.42.53-900BiscayneBay by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


Wells Fargo Center
333 SE 2nd Street, Downtown, Miami, FL 33131
47 floors and 655 feet (199.5 meters) tall. (The Skyscraper Center)
Home Page: http://www.wellsfargocentermiami.com/
Architect: Nichols Brosch Sandoval & Associates. (Emporis)

2015-07-26Time11.09.13-WellsFargoCenter by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-26Time11.12.26-WellsFargoCenter by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


Marquis Residences
1100 Biscayne Boulevard, Downtown, Miami, FL 33132
63 floors and 679 feet (207 meters) tall. (The Skyscraper Center)
Home Page: http://www.marquisluxurymiamicondos.com/
Architect: Arquitectonica. Initial unit prices range from US $600,000 to over $7 million. Typical units contain at least 1,600 square feet. A top the building's parking garage base is a landscaped deck with an infinity edge swimming pool. "Sky Townhomes" is located above the parking garage base on the 12th floor. The building features retail shops on the ground level. Penthouse units contain up to 7,500 square feet. The building features an 8,000 square foot spa. Located across the street from Bicentennial Park. Units have either bayside views or city views. (Emporis)

2015-07-26Time18.45.16-MarquisResidences by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-26Time18.43.40-MarquisResidences by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


Southeast Financial Center
200 South Biscayne Boulevard, Downtown, Miami, FL 33131
55 floors and 764 feet (232.8 meters) tall. (The Skyscraper Center)
Home Page: http://www.southeastfinancialcenter.com/home.html
Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP. The building has won the TOBY Building of the Year Award in 1990, 1996 and 1999, and in 1997 was chosen by the Wall Street Journal as one of the 50 best buildings in the United States. Designed by the renowned architectural firm Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, the building's unique design and towering height dominate the Miami skyline, offering breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean and City of Miami. Located in the heart of the Downtown Business District, it is one block from I-95, and immediately adjacent to the Bayfront Park Metro. In the immediate vicinity are several of Miami's best hotels, as well as a festive shopping center. First Union was the largest (in floor area) and tallest building in Florida until completion of the Four Seasons Hotel, also in Miami. This is currently the tallest commercial office high-rise in Florida. The building's westerly views will be impeded by Montage at Met 3, which is scheduled to be completed in 2009. The Hotel Royal Palm, once one of the most important buildings in downtown Miami, stood on this site. (Emporis)

2015-07-26Time18.22.32-SoutheastFinancialCenter by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-26Time18.24.33-SoutheastFinancialCenter by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


Four Seasons Hotel & Tower
1435 Brickell Avenue, Brickell, Miami, FL 33131
64 floors and 789 feet (240.4 meters) tall. (The Skyscraper Center)
Home Page: http://www.fourseasons.com/miami/
Architect: Handel Architects LLP. The reinforced concrete structure incorporates core shear walls, post-tensioned slabs and perimeter columns. Spans between columns reach 40 feet. A verified height of exactly 788' 9" makes the tower the tallest US building south of Atlanta and tallest US residential building south of New York City in 2003. The tower is supported by caissons six feet in diameter that run 140 feet deep, which is about 40 feet into bedrock. The building includes 200,000 ft² of office space and a 45,000 ft² fitness and spa facility. The entrance lobby features a 24-meter (80-foot) waterfall. The building contains over 20 various types of finishes, including imported Italian marble, imported stones, and floor to ceiling glazed glass. The Four Seasons is the tallest building in Florida. In addition to guest rooms for the Four Seasons Hotel, the building also contains 184 condominiums and 84 condo/hotel units. Occupancy of the residences began in August 2003 and the hotel held its grand opening October 1, 2003. Floors 30 through 40 house hotel residences, which range in size from 600 square feet to 2,000 square feet. Floors 40 through 70 of the building house the residential units, which range in size from 1,697 square feet to 6,603 square feet. (Emporis)

2015-07-26Time11.48.47-FourSeasonsHotel&Tower by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-26Time11.43.28-FourSeasonsHotel&Tower by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-26Time11.51.22-FourSeasonsHotel&Tower by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


These are the five buildings completed by July 2015 and which kept the title of the highest in the Magic City. But, it seems, the best is yet to come. With real estate booming, the city may retain in its skyline a number of major skyscrapers that the beautiful Wells Fargo multiplied by ten. All skyscrapers that I will show you have more than 200 meters high. These buildings are in different phases (projected, approved, under construction or interrupted).

I took advantage to shoot lots, construction site and get updated information this month projects. There are 36 projects of buildings of more than 650 feet (200 meters) identified in total, a significant amount relative to the amount of skyscrapers over 650 feet that the city now has precisely three so far. The Skyscraper Center has record of some of them on your page. Other projects have records threads created here in the SkyscraperCity with the identification of height and number of floors of each. Of these 36 projects, I photographed in land 21, focusing my work on Brickell and Downtown neighborhoods where they are located almost all of these projects.


Recent photos and withdrawals represent the moment situation in Miami real estate underlying the arguments about the Manhattanization phenomenon. The information is the most current possible. From lowest to highest, following the records, with data taken from the pages of developers and architects, media and database sites:


World Trade Center Miami
Port Miami, Downtown Waterfront, Miami, FL
58 floors and at least 656 feet (200 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
Home Page: http://www.worldtrade.org/
Architect: Chad Oppenheim. (The Next Miami)

The Next Miami


Center Brickell
Brickell, Miami, FL
At least 656 feet (200 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
(The Next Miami)


600 Biscayne
600 Biscayne Boulevard, Downtown, Miami, FL 33132
62 floors and 704 feet (214 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
(The Next Miami) I took one picture of the Freedom Tower area.


2015-07-26Time18.54.32-600Biscayne700Biscayne by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


One Thousand Museum
1000 Biscayne Boulevard, Downtown, Miami, FL 33132
60 floors and 706 feet (215.2 meters) tall. (The Skyscraper Center)
Home Page: http://1000museum.com/
Architect: Zaha Hadid Architects. (Emporis)

Zaha Hadid Architects


2015-07-26Time18.42.39-OneThousandMuseum by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

700 Biscayne
700 Biscayne Boulevard, Downtown, Miami, FL 33132
62 floors and 709 feet (216 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
(Curbed)


Paramount Miami Worldcenter
851 NE 1ST Avenue, Downtown, Miami, FL 33132
60 floors and 738 feet (224.9 meters) tall. (The Skyscraper Center)
Home Page: http://www.paramountmiamicondos.com/
Architect: Elkus Manfredi Architects. (The Skyscraper Center)

The Next Miami


Lynx Development
16 SE 2nd Street, Downtown, Miami, FL 33130
750 feet (227 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
(The Next Miami). I took one picture of the site when I was in the Miami Tower.

2015-07-27Time12.53.26-LynxDevelopment by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


Brickell Flatiron
1001 South Miami Avenue, Brickell, Miami, FL 33130
64 floors and 750 feet (228.6 meters) tall. (The Skyscraper Center)
Home Page: http://www.brickellflatiron.com/
Architect: Revuelta Vega Leon. Preliminary plans call for 192,860 square feet of office space and 40,000 square feet of retail. (Emporis)

The Next Miami


2015-07-28Time12.33.26-BrickellFlatironBuilding by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-28Time12.33.21-BrickellFlatironBuilding by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


Miami Riverwalk Phase 1
SW 7th Street/SW 3rd Avenue, Brickell, Miami, FL
60 floors and 750 feet (229 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
Architect: Kobi Karp Architecture & Interior Design. Mixed use with 460 dwelling units, 156 hotel rooms, and 48,820 square-feet of commercial space. (Emporis)
(The Next Miami)

Miami New Times


Miami Riverwalk Phase 2
SW 6th Street/SW 3rd Avenue, Brickell, Miami, FL
60 floors and 750 feet (229 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
Architect: Kobi Karp Architecture & Interior Design. (Emporis)


Miami Riverwalk Phase 4
SW 7th Street/SW 2nd Avenue, Brickell, Miami, FL
60 floors and 750 feet (229 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
Architect: Kobi Karp Architecture & Interior Design. (Emporis)


Miami Riverwalk Phase 5
SW SW 6th Street/SW 2nd Avenue, Brickell, Miami, FL
60 floors and 750 feet (229 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
Architect: Kobi Karp Architecture & Interior Design. (Emporis)


One River Point I
South Miami Avenue Bridge/Water Avenue, Brickell, Miami, FL
60 floors and 779 feet (237.4 meters) tall. (The Skyscraper Center)
Architect: Rafael Vinoly Architects. (Miami Today News)
(The Next Miami)

The Next Miami


One River Point II
South Miami Avenue Bridge/Water Avenue, Brickell, Miami, FL
60 floors and 779 feet (237.4 meters) tall. (The Skyscraper Center)
Architect: Rafael Viñoly Architects. (Miami Today News)
(The Next Miami)


830 Brickell
830 Brickell Avenue, Brickell, Miami, FL
70 floors and at least 800 feet (244 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
Architect: Ricardo Bofill. (The Next Miami)

The Next Miami


200 South Miami I
200 South Miami Avenue, Downtown, Miami, FL
70 floors and at least 800 feet (244 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
(The Next Miami) I took one picture of the site. It appears on the bottom right.

The Next Miami


2015-07-27Time12.53.42-200SouthMiamiI&II by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

200 South Miami II
200 South Miami Avenue, Downtown, Miami, FL
70 floors and at least 800 feet (244 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
(The Next Miami)


One Brickell II
444 Brickell Avenue, Brickell, Miami, FL 33131
70 floors and 811 feet (247.2 meters) tall. (The Skyscraper Center)
Architect: Arquitectonica & Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects. (The Next Miami) (The Next Miami)². I took pictures of the plate and of the site.

2015-07-26Time11.15.23-OneBrickellI&II by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-26Time11.15.12-OneBrickellI&II by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-26Time11.15.14-OneBrickellI&II by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


Panorama Tower
1101 Brickell Avenue, Brickell, Miami, FL 33130
80 floors and 822 feet (250.6 meters) tall. (The Skyscraper Center)
Home Page: http://panoramatower1101community.com/
Architect: Cosicher Moshe Architects. In 2012, the FAA required the height of the proposed tower be reduced from 849 feet to 830 feet (822 feet above ground level). The project will include 821 residential units and 208 hotel rooms. (Emporis)

Curbed


2015-07-26Time11.32.53-PanoramaTower by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


101 SE 1st Avenue
101 SE 1st Avenue, Downtown, Miami, FL
837 feet (255 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
(The Next Miami)


Banco Santander Tower
1401 Brickell Avenue, Brickell, Miami
52 floors and 843 feet (257 meters) tall. (The Skyscraper Center)
Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates. (Emporis). I took one picture of the current site and unit of the Spanish bank installed there.

The Next Miami


2015-07-28Time18.39.24-BancoSantanderTower by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


One Brickell I
444 Brickell Avenue, Brickell, Miami, FL 33131
80 floors and 859 feet (261.8 meters) tall. (The Skyscraper Center)
Architect: Arquitectonica & Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects. (The Next Miami) (The Next Miami)².

The Next Miami


Liquid Lofts
2000 Biscayne, Downtown, Miami, FL
76 floors and 866 feet (264 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
Home Page: http://panoramatower1101community.com/
Architect: Charles Sieger (The Next Miami) (The Next Miami)²

The Next Miami


Brickell Financial Centre Phase II
600 Brickell Avenue, Brickell, Miami, FL
68 floors and 903 feet (275 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
Architect: RTKL Associates Inc. (Emporis). I took two pictures of the current address. The skyscraper would be built next to Brickell World Plaza (Phase I).

Future Of Miami’s Real State


2015-07-26Time11.19.33-BrickellFinancialCentrePhaseII by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-26Time11.19.29-BrickellFinancialCentrePhaseII by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


River Front Parcel 5-6
Downtown, Miami, FL
928 feet (283 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
(The Next Miami)


400 S. Miami
Downtown, Miami, FL
928 feet (283 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
(The Next Miami)


World Trade Center Of The Americas
340 Biscayne Boulevard, Downtown, Miami, FL
77 floors and 953 feet (291 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
Architect: Arquitectonica (Emporis). I took two pictures of the address. The Holliday Inn is now in the site.

Miami Herald


2015-07-26Time18.33.41-WorldTradeCenterOfTheAmericas by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-26Time18.33.36-WorldTradeCenterOfTheAmericas by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


Next, the 8 supertalls projects proposed for Miami. Follows the list from the smallest one to the tallest one:

Capital At Brickell
1420 South Miami Avenue, Brickell, Miami, FL
At least 984 feet (300 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
(The Next Miami). I took one picture inside the Metromover leaving Financial District Station. The site appears in the center left.

Golden Dusk Photography


2015-07-28Time12.46.33CapitalAtBrickell by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


Villa Magna I
1201 Brickell Bay Drive, Brickell, Miami, FL
60 floors and 995 feet (303 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
(The Next Miami). (The Skyscraper Center). I took two pictures of the site. A parking operates there.


2015-07-28Time18.32.40-VillaMagnaI&II by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-28Time18.32.45-VillaMagnaI&II by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


Villa Magna II
1201 Brickell Bay Drive, Brickell, Miami, FL
60 floors and 995 feet (303 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
(The Next Miami). (The Skyscraper Center).


255 E Flagler
255 E Flagler Street, Downtown, Miami, FL
1001 feet (305 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
(The Next Miami)


One Bayfront Plaza
100 Biscayne Boulevard, Downtown, Miami, FL 33131
80 floors and 1005 feet (306 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
Architect: Terra Architecture Planning & Interior Design, Inc. The project would surpass Four Seasons Hotel & Tower as Miami's tallest building. The project would be Miami's first building over 1,000 feet tall. (Emporis). I took one recent picture of the area. The One Bayfront Plaza is going to appear on right of the Southeast Financial Center.

Florida East Coast Realty, LLC


2015-07-27Time16.47.26-OneBayfrontPlaza by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


300 Biscayne
300 Biscayne Boulevard, Downtown, Miami, FL
1041 feet (317 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
(The Next Miami).
The Next Miami


One Brickell City Centre
700 Brickell Avenue, Brickell, Miami, FL
80 floors and 1049 feet (320 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
Home Page: http://arquitectonica.com/blog/portf...l-city-centre/
Architect: Arquitectonica. (Emporis). (The Skyscraper Center). (Miami Herald). I took five pictures around number 700’s area.

Arquitectonica


2015-07-26Time11.24.44-OneBrickellCityCentre by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-28Time12.00.22-OneBrickellCityCentre by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-28Time12.00.19-OneBrickellCityCentre by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-26Time12.07.34-OneBrickellCityCentre by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-26Time11.25.28-OneBrickellCityCentre by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


Miami Central I
NW 1st Avenue & NW 3rd Street, Downtown, Miami, FL
80 floors and 1120 feet (341.4 meters) tall. (The Skyscraper Center)
(SkyscraperCity). I took one picture of the site. The plate and works started by Suffolk in Phase I.

Curbed


2015-07-28Time16.55.15-MiamiCentralI by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


Next, the structure above 1,000 feet (300 meters), future observation tower:

Skyrise Miami
Downtown, Miami, FL, 33132
1045 feet (319 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
Home Page: http://skyrisemiami.com/
Skyrise will include three observation decks. Also included: A restaurant, nightclub, private lounge and a ballroom. Other attractions planned are a moving theater, Skyplunge and Skyrise Drop. (The Next Miami). The tower would be 990 feet above ground level and 1000 feet above sea level. (Emporis). I took two pictures around the Bayside Marketplace area.

Miami Herald


2015-07-27Time16.24.40-SkyriseMiami by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-27Time16.24.47-SkyriseMiami by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


I decided to share this thread of my journey into 3 parts. In this first, you saw the pictures I took of the tallest buildings in Brickell and Downtown and areas of buildings design that will give a new skyline for Miami. Then wait listening to a cool smooth jazz, I heard a lot during this unforgettable trip


Euge Groove - Forever and a day


Althea Rene - Sunday cruise


Joyce Cooling - Come and get it
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Great job! Glad you enjoyed your trip.
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Indeed great, very nice thread about Miami
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Fantastic compilation of what is going on in Miami! In the US Miami ranks #3 currently in the amount of skyscrapers being built over 500 ft.| 152 meters plus. However a lot of Americans are not impressed since it is a lot of residential construction now even though Miami is one of the most densely populated major cities in the US.
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impressive Miami...which is one of the few American cities that's still growing.
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A cool thread.
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This is great and all but what makes Manhattan Manhattan is not the sparsely separated and large unit/low # of units-skyrises but rather the 100 year old shoulder to shoulder 5 to 30 story apartment buildings. That's the density. Not the 432 park aves with less people in them than a single brownstone. Now to be fair those super talls are large in their impact. Many jobs created plus more to service and maintain them. Also revenues generated perhaps. But the Miami and sunny isles high rises are the only thing close to premium urbanity we have here in so fla. By premium I mean not favela dense, but voluntary dense. It's what I call "accidentally urban" or "forced urbanity". Where the individual [high rise] is not inherently urban (large parking, little street interaction, sold as a luxury hidaway, etc), but put enough together and enough units are sublet (renters younger than investors, not to mention they're actually there) and/or traffic gets bad enough (people start walking or using transit) that you have a slight urban fabric created as a side effect.
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Great work, impressive photos. Thanks for sharing.
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Great pictures, I felt I goes, in these places
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Thanks for the comments. Thanks also to those who came to honor the thread with the visits. I thank the attention you had to read and appreciate the images of the first post. Thanks!

One of the things that caught my attention in Miami Metropolitan Area is that it is one of the world's urban areas with a significant land area in square kilometer, and has a low population density per square kilometer in its urban area. This facilitates mobility within the urban area, because I’ve seen in no time the main structures for good urban flow of people subjected to overload. At the same time, it’s an urban area that has a downtown that is walking to a qualified verticalization, with many large projects signed by major talents of architecture in the world. Amazing
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Miami: Brickell and Downtown – Manhattanization (Second Part)

As I have said he has a lot of cool thing about the 2015 Miami to show: In this second part, I decided to show some of the projects that I found most interesting skyscrapers up to 655 feet (199.9 meters) that are already more advanced stage and some of them already appearing at the Miami skyline. They begin to appear early in the new post cards of the town too! The ten projects follow below in ascending order of height:


Monarc At Met 3
201 SE 2nd Avenue, Downtown, Miami, FL
32 floors and 349 feet (116 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
Home Page: http://www.monarcmiamifl.com/cs/miami-fl-apartments.asp
Architect: Nichols, Brosch, Wurst, Wolfe & Associates. (The Skyscraper Center)

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Next picture, the building appears in the top left:


2015-07-27Time12.56.41-MET3 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


Miami Central Phase I
NW 1st Avenue & NW 3rd Street, Downtown, Miami, FL
Residential Tower I: 39 floors and 400 feet (122 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
Residential Tower II: 33 floors and 328 feet (100 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)

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2015-07-28Time16.55.15-MiamiCentralPhaseI by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


Centro
151 SE 1st St Miami, FL 33131, Downtown, Miami, FL, 33137
36 floors and 400 feet (133 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
Home Page: http://centromiami.com/
Architect: Sieger Suarez Architectural Partnership, Inc. (Emporis)

The Next Miami


2015-07-27Time12.57.11-Centro by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


Melody At Arsht Center
245 North East 14th Street, Downtown, Miami, FL, 33137
36 floors and 467 feet (142.3 meters) tall. (The Skyscraper Center)
Home Page: http://www.themelogroup.com/project/melody.html
Architect: Itec Design. (Emporis)

Curbed

The building with the crane in the center:


2015-07-26Time18.50.01-MelodyatArshtCenter by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


The Bond
1080 Brickell Avenue, Brickell, Miami, FL 33131
44 floors and 491 feet (149.7 meters) tall. (The Skyscraper Center)
Home Page: http://thebondatbrickellfl.com/
Architect: Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolf & Associates. Bond on Brickell was topped off on Monday, August 17, 2015. (Emporis)

The Next Miami


2015-07-26Time12.00.47-TheBond by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-26Time12.00.44-TheBond by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


Brickell City Centre
701 South Miami Avenue, Brickell, Miami, FL 33130
Reach Brickell City Centre: 43 floors and 520 feet (159 meters) tall. (brickellcitycentre.com) (SkyscraperCity)
Rise Brickell City Centre: 43 floors and 520 feet (159 meters) tall. (brickellcitycentre.com) (SkyscraperCity)
East Miami Hotel: 40 floors and 516 feet (157 meters) tall. (brickellcitycentre.com) (SkyscraperCity)
Home Page: http://www.brickellcitycentre.com/
Architect: Arquitectonica. (Emporis) (Emporis 2) (Emporis 3)

brickellcitycentre.com


2015-07-28Time12.03.41-BrickellCityCentre by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


Met Square
340 SE 3rd Street, Downtown, Miami, FL
43 floors and 538 feet (164 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
Architect: Miami’s NBWW. (The Next Miami)

The Next Miami

Construction site:


2015-07-26Time18.19.41-MetSquare by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


Brickell Heights
850 South Miami Avenue, Brickell, Miami, FL 33131
East Tower: 49 floors and 549 feet (167 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity)
West Tower: 49 floors and 529 feet (161 meters) tall. (SkyscraperCity) Home Page: http://www.brickellheights.com/
Architect: Arquitectonica. (Emporis) (Emporis 2)

investinmiami.com


2015-07-26Time12.10.12-BrickellHeighs by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-26Time12.13.11-BrickellHeighs by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-26Time12.10.16-BrickellHeighs by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


SLS Brickell
1300 South Miami Avenue, Brickell, Miami, FL 33130
52 floors and 599 feet (182.6 meters) tall. (The Skyscraper Center)
Home Page: http://www.slsbrickell.com/
Architect: Arquitectonica. The building contains 450 residential and 132 hotel units. (Emporis)

The Next Miami


2015-07-26Time11.59.10-SLSBrickell by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


Echo Brickell
1451 Brickell Avenue, Brickell, Miami, FL 33131
57 floors and 637 feet (194.2 meters) tall. (The Skyscraper Center)
Home Page: http://www.echobrickell.com/
Architect: Carlos A. Ott. (Emporis)

The Next Miami


2015-07-26Time11.45.14-EchoBrickell by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


Some of these projects Downtown photographed because they are from a later stage, appear in pictures Miami Manhattanization the English Wikipedia article.

Shooting Miami is a unique and exciting experience that motivated me to continue searching for other points that caught my attention and I'll show you. Wait for the third and final part. Meanwhile, follows another sequence of these great classics of smooth jazz. Hugs!! ...


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Here's a picture that I find quite incredible. Among aerials it is the best as far as making the cluster look dense, whereas most aerials reveal how thin and sparse the towers are compared to horizontal shots.
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Miami is one of the very few American cities that still experiencing construction boom.
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Miami might have USA:s 2nd largest skyline after New York in the future.
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wow! Miami keeps on getting massive.
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Miami: Brickell and Downtown – Manhattanization (Last part)

In this third and final part of this thread, I want to show you the Miami 2015 I saw the level of the ground and also the maximum height that I could climb it. There were several routes on streets and avenues between Downtown and Brickell, using only the feet or automated and free Metromover, air conditioning to relieve the hot humid summer temperatures that took.

The following picture is the Brickell Avenue Bridge, the main link between the two cores.


2015-07-26Time11.13.06-BrickellAvenueBridge by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

Bicycle parking Citibike of Miami in Brickell. I saw some cyclists riding with family on Brickell Avenue. Overall, there were more car for the displacements in this part of town. There were few cyclists and pedestrians (probably due to the heat, many avoid getting exposed to the sun, with higher temperatures, the car seemed to be the most visible option at that time).


2015-07-26Time11.18.11-CitibikeMiami by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

On a Sunday, I found it very quiet walk along the Brickell Avenue. Boulevards, green areas and the quiet setting was an invitation for people to escape for a walk. An accessory that did not fail to carry with me was a umbrella due to the season of summer peak, with high rainfall in the city. Already precautionary I found that there was no hurricane forecast for the days that I was in town. So I could walk without problems.


2015-07-26Time11.37.24-BrickellAvenue by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

In looking for a place to take photos of the city to keep as souvenirs, I came across a revealing fact is that I found during my visits to the main landmarks of the city. Miami has neither observation tower and observatory or above 656 feet (200 meters) at its highest buildings. Since there was no high mountain nearby, there was no way to take panoramic pictures of parts of the city. Oh yes, no lookout available on land nearby, inviting visitors to seek the services of sightseeing by air-conditioned helicopters available for tourists who do not want to wait until the construction of Skyrise Miami.


2015-07-26Time 11.40.24-BrickellAvenue2 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

In my attempt to seek an observatory in the city, I headed to one of the tourist information points in the city on Biscayne Boulevard. They had suggested me to go to Macarthur Causeway, one of the bridges connecting the mainland to the island part of the city. From the highest point of the range, I could take pictures at better angles of the city. But, besides being very hot this day, I noticed the bridge and saw it was not too high and decided not to go there. I decided to keep trying for another point to better photograph the city. I did not succeed at the Hotel Four Seasons (Photo) nor in the Southeast Financial Center, better known as Wachovia. Neither skyscrapers offer the observatory service, according to information I obtained with receptionists who worked in these buildings. With the other tallest buildings in Miami with the majority of residential, my eyes turned to the Miami Tower, located in Downtown on the Knight Center Station (47 floors and 620 feet / 190 meters), a building that had already been shown by one of the moderators of this site, QuantumX, you could go to the top and take pictures from there.


2015-07-26Time15.38.14-MiamiTower by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-27Time12.55.20-MiamiTower2 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

Arriving at the reception of the building, I got permission to visit the Sky Terrace, located on the eleventh floor, no need to pay the ticket. There, I took interesting pictures of Downtown as those that show for you…


By me


By me


By me


2015-07-27Time12.54.46-MiamiTowerSkyTerrace by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

The Sky Terrace has a reflecting pool and is a reserved place for corporate events, private parties and weddings. At night there is a set of lights that makes it very attractive building from different angles. After observing the city from there, I decided to take this picture below, next to the building, which notes the landscape care in Downtown. Sidewalks clean, ornate gardens and opulent cars. It’s very easy to go to Miami Tower using the Metromover too. http://www.event-options.com/the-mia...ace-sky-lobby/


2015-07-26Time18.16.49-MiamiTower3 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

The pictures I saw the Sky Terrace I wondered how that future Miami and I intend to come back in a few years. Several empty lots that will be occupied by bold skyscrapers that will bring a new face to the city in the aspect of building density. Of the various buildings that posted here in this thread, mostly in construction, many are already changing at this point the cityscape of the city. Three high-rises, already completed, caught my attention during my wanderings. Be the architectural quality to impress, either by imposing, or luxury. I'm talking respectively Espirito Santo Plaza (36 floors and 148 meters / 505 feet), Viscayne Towers North and South (2x49 floors and 164 meters / 538 feet each) and Marinablue (57 floors and 187 meters / 615 meters). The following photos / video in sequence ...


2015-07-28Time18.38.13-EspiritoSantoPlaza by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-26Time20.28.10-ViscayneTowers by Fabricio JF, on Flickr



For shopping, it is almost impossible not to miss the Bayside Marketplace and its outdoor walkways. There seems to be the place where the city takes place in Miami, with people around the world through there and enjoy great snack options, bars and clothing and shoe stores. These various trips I went to Bayside, took the opportunity to register two city icons. The American Airlines Arena, where plays the basketball team Miami Heat of the NBA.


2015-07-26Time18.39.03-AmericanAirlinesArena by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-26Time18.52.08-AmericanAirlinesArena2 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

And then, the Freedom Tower, a historic and remarkable building in the city dating from an early twentieth-century architecture. In Spanish Renaissance Revival, remains one of the postcards of the city. Inside it runs an arts museum. Next to the tower, there is expected to launch a major real estate development, 600 Biscayne, combining current and creativity with the past, for the Freedom Tower can coexist harmoniously with the new proposals in a more dense and progressive cityscape. The tall buildings will be the funds and the privileged position of the front tower on Biscayne Boulevard, last saw the embankment before the limit with the sea, ensure the traditional highlight of the historic tower on the city skyline images.


2015-07-26Time18.53.26-FreedomTower by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

Miami has, in general, a transport system is widely distributed. I could check that the car is the main form of locomotion. For those moving between Brickell and Downtown, the subway isn’t a necessary means of transport. The underground network mainly covers the metropolitan area, with the presence of neighborhoods not so dense and upright. Buses (Coaches) are occasionally seen and many companies that charter as this vehicle the company Champion.


2015-07-28Time12.03.36-ChampionCoach by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

Perhaps the most practical and convenient way to travel specifically in the two neighborhoods is the Metromover. Totally free, often not more than a few minutes and internal air conditioning system, the automated system doesn’t have built-in operators, allowing a good range for tourists who travel through that area and don’t want to waste time on short trips Planning schedules . In my case, an architectural tourist who wanted to focus on the Manhattanization phenomenon, use the Metromover and move where almost all skyscrapers are, it was extremely convenient. I recommend. The system also meets the Omni area. The following is a chronological record of a path I did, leaving the Financial District station in Brickell, and arriving at Bayfront Park Station in Downtown.


2015-07-28Time12.47.19-Metromover by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-28Time12.51.04-Metromover2 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-28Time12.52.43-Metromover3 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-28Time12.54.49-Metromover4 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-28Time12.56.49-Metromover5 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

The little map of the stations is available on the site.


http://www.miamidade.gov/transit/metromover.asp

As the individual car or carpooling are by far the switch means and most used transport in Miami, the Metrobus system is used by fewer people, but more than 95 lines that serve the metropolitan area. The vehicles are air-conditioned and the size of the fleet currently operated is more than 800 vehicles. http://www.city-data.com/county/Miam...County-FL.html


2015-07-28Time17.04.02-Metrobus by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

Cars, most large sedans and SUVs, dominate the scene in both neighborhoods.

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2015-07-28Time18.33.15-Cars by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

The following photos were taken when I verging Miami South Channel, on the sidewalk next to the Brickell Bay Drive. In this first photo, the right appears Brickell Key. Further to the left you can see the Downtown with the top of Wachovia highlighting and more left still appears brown with red roof, the exquisite building The Mark On Brickell.


2015-07-28Time18.22.23-SouthMiamiChannel2 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

In the two pictures below, Dodge Island to the left, where does the Port of Miami. On the right, in green, appears to Fisher Island, a place with one of the highest per capita incomes in the US.


2015-07-28Time18.22.16-SouthMiamiChannel by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-28Time18.25.03-SouthMiamiChannel4 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

Finally, targeting the South, the Rickenbacker Causeway bridge and part of Virginia Key.


2015-07-28Time18.22.39-SouthMiamiChannel3 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

The Miami airport is surprising at first sight. In the boarding area (First photo), a wide corridor runs along the counters of different airlines on one side and on the other hand are lots of shops and services. With three terminals, the South terminal houses the large Concourses J and H (Other pictures). Soft music played and the carpeted floor in several corridors mark at first.


2015-07-29Time16.37.29-MIA by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-29Time18.13.55-MIA2 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-29Time18.30.04-MIA3 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-29Time19.05.52-MIA4 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-29Time22.59.23-MIA5 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-29Time23.05.21-MIA6 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

Well that's all, folks. I hope to return in Miami soon, charming city that moved me, that has a look and a unique cultural mix in the Americas. The magical city is changing at a pace among the most impactful compared to other major American cities in urban areas. Now I'll have a reference point to go the next time you go back and check what actually occurred in the city after the great growth of the housing market that has been occurring in the city, with many approved projects being launched. Goal not accomplished in my travel plans, I think that was missing the panoramic photos of my authorship of the two neighborhoods that name this thread. When works like Skyrise are 100% completed, the observation of the city will be more accessible, although it is now possible to take a helicopter air tour, but at a higher cost than the cost of paying to access an observatory, as were those who I used in other cities like New York City.

Not to go blank air / panoramic record, follow images photographed from inside the plane, on the occasion when he was in flight and landing at MIA. I was lucky to be in the window on a wide-body aircraft, on a clear day and favorable weather conditions. I used the flight location indicator on the screen in front of my seat. In the first 4 images, a flight in the Caribbean and the beautiful islands of the Bahamas. Since arriving in Miami, it appears the island of Key Biscayne with the village, Crandom Park and Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park in the two images in the sequence. In the mainland, flew over neighborhoods in Miami, as the area of Coconut Grove, which appears in the seventh image sequence. In the eighth image sequence appears the Coral Way neighborhood. Already approaching the airport, in the ninth picture appears the West Flagler neighborhood. Finally, the last six images of terminals, concourses and gates from the international airport, which has already shown some internal photos above. To end three selected classic rhythm of this unforgettable trip. My thanks to all who accompanied and attended this thread. I would like to rewrite the history of this thread in the future in a few years. See you there. Bye, bye!!!


2015-07-25Time17.56.47-Bahamas by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-25Time18.09.24-Bahamas2 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-25Time18.23.08-Bahamas3 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-25Time18.24.45-Bahamas4 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-25Time19.17.21-KeyBiscayne by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-25Time19.17.55-KeyBiscayne2 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-25Time19.19.19-CoconutGrove by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-25Time19.19.46-CoralWay by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-25Time19.20.38-WestFlagler by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-25Time19.22.46-LandingInMIA by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-25Time19.24.08-LandingInMIA2 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-25Time19.24.28-LandingInMIA3 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-25Time19.25.07-LandingInMIA4 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-25Time19.25.38-LandingInMIA5 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


2015-07-25Time19.28.16-LandingInMIA6 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr



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Wut? Jk but it seems you have used a rough translator. Even Google (ie English to French) does better than most other translators I've ever used.
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Stylish city indeed.
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splendid! and impressive increase of really beautiful and sleek scrapers.
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Nice update !
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