The Brickell CitiCentre Complex is a proposed complex of skyscrapers in downtown Miami, Florida. It was an “approved” project, as was approved by both the City of Miami and the Federal Aviation Administration, but the entire complex was canceled in 2008. It was expected to begin in late 2007 or early 2008, with completion in late 2009 or early 2010. If it was built, the three main buildings would have ranked in the top ten of the tallest buildings in Miami. Brickell CitiCentre III, the tallest of the three, was to be 808 ft (246 m) tall, and contain 76 floors. The 76 floors would have tied it with Met 3 for the lead in the tallest building in Miami in terms of floors. The second main building in the complex is Brickell CitiCentre II, which was 769 ft (234 m)-tall, equivalent to 72 floors. Brickell CitiCentre I, the shortest of the three, was g oing to be 69 floors and 740 ft (226 m) tall, and located on the west side of Miami Avenue, across the street from the other two buildings.
The CitiSquare center, connecting the buildings at their bases, was planned for construction after the three main towers are completed. The complex was set to be built at the corner of South Miami Avenue and Tenth Street, in the western Brickell Financial District of Miami. The Tenth Street Metro Station was one block west of the complex. The architect of the buildings was Arquitectonica.
The Brickell CitiCentre has a long history that goes back to 2005 when the project was first conceived before plans were scrapped in 2008. The project has since been resurrected by Swire Properties, a developer based in Hong Kong.
Brickell CitiCentre will have over 400 Miami condos as well as more than 200 hotel suites plus office space Each of the buildings will be interconnected allowing easy access between what is sure to be a huge and attractive complex.