Yet another 1,049-foot supertall has just been proposed by a developer for a property in downtown Miami.
The tower is planned to rise 104 stories, according to newly filed documents.
Preliminary plans show it would include:
The Yve Hotel, an adjacent parking garage, and a 12-story office building at 141 NE 3rd Ave would be demolished.
The adjacent 30-story New World Tower, owned by the same developer, appears to be preserved under the plans.
Zoning attorneys for 100 Biscayne, LLC, 146 Biscayne Owner LLC, 141 NE Third LLC filed a request on July 24 for a pre-application meeting with Miami-Dade planners on the development.
The companies, which are said to be affiliates of RFR Realty, control the Yve and New World Tower office building, along with the parking garage and smaller office building. All were acquired in 2022. RFR’s holdings include the Chrysler Building.
Last year, a request was filed to include the properties in Miami-Dade’s Rapid Transit Zoning plan. The move would allow for county oversight of development on the property, rather than city.
Zyscovich, which is based in the New World Tower, is listed as the architect for the new tower.