CLIENT NEWS: Hotel & Residential Tower with 104 Floors Submitted to Zoning Review

April 10, 2024

The developer planning the 130 Biscayne tower in Downtown Miami submitted the project to zoning review yesterday.

The tower is planned to top off at 104 stories and 1,049 feet, the maximum permitted by aviation rules in the area, the filing states.

It will also include a rooftop pool and amenity area for residents on the 104th floor.

For now, the tower is known as 130 Biscayne. According to the latest filing, it is planned to include:

1,074 residential units

252 hotel keys

1,013 parking spaces

The average residential units is planned at 1,172 square feet, while the average hotel unit is planned to be 579 square feet.

Separate hotel and residential lobbies are planned on the ground floor.

Hotel rooms are planned on levels 22 through 30, while residential units are planned on levels 31 through 103.

Levels 12 through 16 will include amenities. Ballrooms, restaurants, bars, fitness, and a spa are among what is planned for those floors.

Miami-Dade County is reviewing the plans under their Rapid Transit Zoning process, rather than the City of Miami.

Zyscovich is the architect. An affiliate of RFR is the developer.

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