Summit Brickell

60-Story ‘Summit Brickell’ Gets FAA Clearance To Rise 765 Feet Above Ground

Summit Brickell, a planned mixed-use development at 1015 Southwest 1st Avenue in Miami’s Brickell neighborhood, has recently secured Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approval. Filed on April 5 and swiftly approved on May 21, the tower is approved to rise 765 feet above ground or 769 feet above sea level at its highest point. Designed by Corwil Architects and developed by Lore Development Group—a joint venture between Brazilian billionaire Daniel Dantas’ Opportunity investment firm and Leste Group—the 60-story structure will encompass a total floor area ratio (FAR) of 717,740 square feet. It will feature 500 residential units, 1,583 square feet of commercial space, and 500 parking spaces.

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Lore Development Group Files Plans For 843-Foot-Tall Mixed-Use Tower ‘Summit Brickell’

Lore Development Group has filed plans for a monumental mixed-use project called Summit Brickell at 1015 Southwest 1st Avenue in Miami’s Brickell neighborhood. The 69-story tower would activate a 22,712-square-foot land parcel on the southeast corner of SW 1st Avenue and SW 10th Street, adjacent to the Brickell Metromover Station. Designed by Corwil Architects, the nearly 843-foot-tall structure would comprise 875,525 square feet of space, including 500 residential units, 2,174 square feet of ground-floor retail space, and an integrated 11-story garage with 480 parking spaces. July 17, 2023, is listed as the filing date.

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