Construction activity spotted at One River PointApril 29, 2018
One River Point in Brickell along The Miami River is expected to go vertical in early 2019
Uruguayan architect Rafael Viñoly’s luxury project One River Point is on its way to becoming a reality, according to The Next Miami, which scoped out construction activity at the project’s site along the Miami River. The 60-story project, which includes two towers connected by a “floating sky bridge,” is now expected to go vertical in 2019.
Visionary Starchitect, Rafael Viñoly, has angled the twin towers of One River Point to maximize vistas of the Miami River, Biscayne Bay and Miami Skyline for all future residents. #OneRiverPoint #LuxuryOnTheRiver #VisionaryDesign #RiverRenaissance #2018 #ultraluxury #miamiskyline
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Development along the once-scrappy Miami River is so hot right now, the New York Times just chronicled the many projects going up — and the bait-and-tackle stores in that area that are going by the wayside.