Miami Timelapse Images

Miami Timelapse Images

The second largest city of the state of Florida, Miami, is known for its skyline made up of tall buildings. The city is also known as the hub of international trade and finance, having a very well-developed business district. With 203 skyscrapers and 340 high-rises, the city of Miami is not new to superstructures. In the last ten years there have been a large number of constructions going on in the city. With the help of Google Street View we have compared the city’s outline in 2007 to the streets of 2013. Check out our findings below.

1. Changes on the Miami River Park (Link to Street View)
The Icon Brickell Complex has surely changed the face of the financial district. Located conveniently on Brickell Avenue, the main road in the heart of the business district, the complex has three towers. The North and South towers have 57 floors each, while the Western tower has 50 floors, all three housing luxurious rental apartments.

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2. Avenue of the Americas (Link to Street View)
The Avenue of the Americas has also witnessed some changes since 2007, and is continuously under development. A huge skyscraper, called the Wells Fargo, has been built along with another high-rise, and a third edifice currently still under construction. The Wells Fargo Center houses commercial offices on 46 floors, and is the 38th tallest skyscraper in Miami with a height of 197.21 meters.

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3. The Mint (Link to Street View)
The mint, located in the business district on the Western part of the Riverfront, is the 44th tallest building in the city, with a height of 192 meters. The concrete edifice houses residential condominiums on 55 floors, and has its own private parking area, with 553 parking spaces for its residents.

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4. Park Place at Brickell (Link to Street View)
The Park Place in Downtown Miami on Brickell Avenue is an iconic edifice. It was constructed between 2006 and 2009, and has an architectural height of 164.59 meters. The modernist glass building has 40 floors and houses commercial offices, close to Miami South Channel.

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5. The Main Financial Center of Miami (Link to Street View)
The Brickell Financial Center, constructed between 2007 and 2009 has an architectural height of 147.52 meters. It houses commercial offices on 40 floors and has a private parking area with nearly 1000 parking spaces for employees.

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6. The Epic of Miami (Link to Street View)
Biscayne Boulevard has gained an epic edifice in 2008. The construction of Dupont Towers, also known as Epic Residences and Hotel, was finished in early 2009. Located in Downtown Miami, the residential condo and hotel complex has an estimated height of 186.75 meters and has 54 floors. The boutique hotel opened its doors in 2008, and is one of the most luxurious hotels in the city, having 411 guest rooms and suites, its own spa and conference center.

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7. MyBrickell Condos (Link to Street View)
Constructed in under a year between 2012 and 2013, the MyBrickell edifice is a block of flats of 99.36 meters. The high-rise building has contributed to the changes on 6th Street, with developments and constructions still going on today.

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