Top 10 tallest towers in Miami
Miami is a major city within the US, incorporating some of the largest towers within America. We take a look at the top 10 tallest towers within the city, which contain luxury apartments, offices and shops.
1. Four Seasons Tower
Designed by Gary Edward Handel and Associates and Bermello Ajamil & Partners, the Four Seasons Tower was completed in 2003 at a cost of $280,000,000, becoming the tallest building within Miami.
The mixed use tower incorporates the hotel up to the 36th floor, in addition to luxury apartments up to the 70th floor.
2. Southeast Financial Center
Originally built at a cost of $180 million, the Southeast Financial Center was awarded LEED Gold in 2010.
At 765ft, the tower incorporates 53 floors for office use, but the first and second floors house retail stores, alongside the Miami City Club and parking.
3. Marquis Tower
Designed by architect Arquitectonia, the Marquis Tower is 679ft.
4. Wells Fargo Center
Built in 2010, the Wells Fargo Centre is 647ft high.
5. 900 Biscayne Bay
Unlike the majority of mixed use skyscrapers within Miami, 900 Biscayne Bay has become a residential build, incorporating 800 parking spaces.
Incorporating 63 floors, the 650ft tower comprises of luxury homes, in addition to retail shops and several eateries.
Designed by Key International and architect Revuelta Vega Leon, the 631ft tower comprises of three sections, all of which were completed by 2010.
7. Infinity at Brickell
Completing in 2008, the mixed use Infinity at Brickell tower is 630ft, incorporating over 50 floors. The tower was built by architects Adache Group and Borges and Associates.
8. Miami Tower
One of the most iconic towers within Miami, the build projects different colours to celebrate the holidays and seasons.
Also built by Arquitectonia, the Marinablue Tower is 615ft, incorporating 57 floors.
10. Plaza on Brickell
Completed in 2007, the Plaza on Brickell comprises of a retail centre and two towers within its build.
At 610ft, the tower is the 10th tallest tower in Miami.
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