More than 20 years ago, residential skyscrapers started sprouting up in Brickell and downtown Miami, slowly replacing low-rising condo and apartment buildings, older hotels and retail buildings.
Today, Miami flaunts the third tallest horizon in the U.S., trailing just New York City and Chicago with more than 300 elevated structures.
Filled by request from well off South American purchasers and the city’s rise as a money related center for Latin America, Miami has become the city for engineers and modelers to flaunt their most recent structures and super tasks.
At any rate 10 additional undertakings have plans to be worked in Miami more than 800 feet, as per information from the Skyscraper Center. Here’s a glance at the tallest towers proposed for the Magic City’s horizon.
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