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Brickell Flatiron


The Brickell Flatiron was a planned skyscraper in downtown Miami, Florida. It had been approved by the City of Miami was construction is expected to begin in 2008. The building was put on hold or cancelled due to financial reasons due to the Great Recession. When completed, it would have been the tallest building in Miami, at a height of 794 feet (242 m), and would have contained 70 floors.

The building was to be constructed in the triangular lot at the fork where South Miami Avenue and Southeast 1st Avenue diverge in Miami's Brickell Financial District. As of June 2011 the site is still fenced off and vacant. It was planned to contain 192,860 square feet (17,917 m2) of office space and 40,000 square feet (4,000 m2) of retail.[1]

The building was designed by Enrique Norton. The developer was Brickell Flatiron, LLC.

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Coordinates: 25°45′50″N 80°11′35″W / 25.763854°N 80.192961°W / 25.763854; -80.192961


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