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Planned Panorama would be Miami’s tallest tower

Mixed-use project by Tibor Hollo to begin marketing next year

April 18, 2013 04:00PM

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A rendering of Panorama, a project that should be Miami’s tallest tower

A veteran Miami developer is planning to build a tower to tower above the rest. Tibor Hollo’s Panorama, which would go up at 1101 Brickell Avenue, would be Miami’s and Florida’s tallest building, Miami Today reported. 

Panorama would rise 830 feet, with construction to be complete by 2016. The 85-story structure would have 941 rental apartments, 300,000 square feet of office space and 100,000 square feet of ground-level retail, according to Miami Today.

Construction at the site began last year and Hollo plans to start marketing in summer 2014, Miami Today said.

By a height of 41 feet, Panorama would dwarf the nearby Four Seasons Hotel & Tower at 1435 Brickell Avenue, which, at 789 feet, has been Miami’s and Florida’s tallest building for the past decade.

Hollo is also planning Miami’s first “super-tall” tower at 1,010 feet, the paper reported. One Bayfront Plaza has been in the works at 100 South Biscayne Boulevard for years, but construction has not yet begun. Hollo said he would re-focus on that project — and was confident it could go forward — after the Panorama project is complete. [Miami Today]Sanna Chu

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