The developers that are planning a three-tower redevelopment of the Hyatt Regency site in Downtown Miami have released new renderings of public space planned, including a riverwalk.
The developer are requesting city commission approval for a side yard setback waiver. Commissioners are permitted to approve a waiver if it is determined that public benefits are provided.
The city commission meeting is scheduled for May 11.
The $1.7B development is planned to include three towers, with the tallest at 95 stories, or 1,049 feet.
There will be 1,806 apartments, a 615-room Hyatt Regency hotel, and 190,000 square feet of meeting space.
The is proposed to look like this: