The new Infinity at Brickell is the perfect
example of what the Miami-Dade City Council had
hoped would develop in the area.
skyscraper (set to open sometime this year)
offers office space and retail on the bottom
floors and high class residential living on the
By combining these two facets of life, this
booming area of Miami is offering the best of
both worlds to its tenants.
The idea behind
these new designs is that in addition to
creating more office space in the area, it also
allows the equal amount
of space for residential
growth. This really is a remarkable brain storm
on the part of all the city officials.
The Miami area is set up in a way that limits
its amount of expansion due to lack of land.
obvious solution was to come up with an
architectural design that would allow Miami to
expand upwards without dominating in either the
business aspect or the residential. So now,
every time you see a new skyscraper going up in
one of the more densely populated areas of
city, you can rest assured that office space as
well as residential space will be offered.
Hopefully this ongoing building boom in Miami
has the opportunity to continue on successfully.
It will be interesting to see what happens in
Miami over the next 20 years after they have
used up all available lots on land. Could the
first city on water be the next plan of the City