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Empire World Towers

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Empire World Towers

Empire World Towers
General information
Type Residential
Location 330 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida, United States
Opening 2015 (est.)
Roof 1,022 ft (312 m)
Technical details
Floor count 93
Design and construction
Architect Kobi Karp Architecture
Developer Maclee Development

The Empire World Towers are two proposed supertall skyscrapers to be built in Miami, Florida in the United States. The complex consists of the Empire World Tower I and the Empire World Tower II. If completed, both towers would stand at 1,022 feet (312 m), with 93 stories each. They would surpass the Four Seasons Hotel Miami and become the city and state's tallest buildings, since the approved One Bayfront Plaza has been reduced to a height of 1,010 ft.


The Empire World Towers were originally proposed to rise 1,200 feet (366 m) and 106 stories.

In December 2007, the height of the towers was decreased to 1,022 feet (312 m). It is probable that the height decrease was brought on due to the concerns raised by the Federal Aviation Administration about the proposed buildings' heights.

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