Plans call for 392 residential units, 66,618 sf of retail and parking
By Katherine Kallergis
Simon Karam has submitted plans to the city of Miami’s Urban Development Review Board for a 78-story tower in Brickell.
Karam’s City Center Properties LLC wants to build a mixed-use retail and residential skyscraper on the site of what’s now a Burger King-anchored shopping strip near Brickell City Centre. Between entitlements, permitting and securing approvals, the developer hopes to break ground during the middle of next year, Karam told The Real Deal last month.
He also has FAA approvals for 960 feet for the site at 10 Southwest Eighth Street. …
Karam’s plans call for 392 residential units, 66,618 square feet of retail space on four floors, 464 parking spaces and bicycle parking. Karam told TRD the units will be condos. The LEED Silver building is being designed by Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates (NBWW).
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