It’s official! Panorama Tower, currently under construction at 1101 Brickell, is now the tallest skyscraper in the State of Florida.
“Yes, it has surpassed Four Seasons Miami,” said Sydney Hirst, spokesperson for developer Florida East Coast Realty (FECR), announced on Friday. According to the New Time’s report,
Construction workers at the Brickell skyscraper have now completed the building’s 85th floor, and by the end of the day, the structure is expected to reach 843 feet. That will exceed the Four Seasons, which, at 789 feet, has held the title of Florida’s tallest structure since 2003.
And it’s not done yet. When the tower is completed, there will be another 79 feet for a total of 868 feet.
How tall is that? Its developers claim the lights of Bimini will be visible on clear nights from the high-rise’s upper levels.
The largely residential tower will also include a pet daycare, a 208-room Hyatt boutique hotel, three movie theaters, electric car-charging stations, 50,000 square feet of high-end retail space, and 100,000 square feet of “medically oriented” office space.