Levarage: 10 New Towers Coming to the Miami Skyline


As the first supertall tower in Florida and claiming to be the tallest residential building south of New York City, this 1,049-foot-tall tower is set over Biscayne Bay with nine glass cubes sitting atop each other. It looks like stacked ice cubes.

“We differentiated this cube-style architecture by tilting the first cube upward, and from there, we offset the other cubes and pushed the top cube out even further, providing an illusion that the tower is even taller than it is,” said architect Charles Sieger, of Sieger Suarez Architects in Miami.