Construction is starting to pick up in Miami after a six-year slide, the Miami Herald reports. Several large projects are moving forward, led by residential towers.
The list of new projects includes the Millecento, a 42-story tower with 382 units, the 28-story MyBrickell and BrickellHouse, a 46-story, 374-unit project.
“We’re going to see a lot of cranes popping up in the first and second quarter, and a year from now, we’re going to see cranes all over the skyline,” Tom Murphy Jr., chairman and CEO of Coastal Construction, told the paper. “I believe we as a community — South Florida, especially Miami — will build more in the next 10 years than we did in the last 15.”
Read the full story here. The Skyscraper Center’s list of tall buildings in Miami in development can be found here.