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Two Slim Towers, with Sky Bridge, Coming to Miami River

March 11, 2015

A developer is proposing two 60-story residential towers with 406 residential units, 30,000 square feet of commercial space, 520 parking spaces, and 20 lodging units on an empty Miami River-fronting site, where a single tower had been previously planned. The One River Point project would fill in the grassy void next to the Ivy, Wind, and Mint buildings.

The two towers will be connected by a five-story podium that will have a large waterfall flowing over its side from a landscaped amenity deck. We haven’t seen the plans, but if the waterfall is a way to get around the skinning of the garage with activated space, then that is genius. Below the waterfall, there will be “an extra wide and lushly landscaped portion [of the Miami Riverwalk] in front of the proposed dual towers.” At the top, the towers will again be connected by a bridge, with what appears to be a second amenity deck.