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  • Writer's pictureJordan Hinsch

5 Buildings Shaping Miami's New Skyline

Miami's Skyline has changed quite a bit over the past few decades. I moved here in 2017 and have witnessed dramatic change in these 4 short years. Here are the 5 buildings (new and old) which are playing a key role in shaping Miami's Skyline for the future.

Miami's Skyline / Jordan Hinsch


  • Neighborhood: Brickell

  • Year Built: 2017

  • Height: 868 feet

  • Floors: 85

Panorama is the tallest residential building south of New York City and it sticks out like a sore thumb! It's not the most stunning architecture, but it serves it's purpose. It's the tallest building in Miami by 70 feet and ranks #40 in the country. It has 821 rental-only units and 100% of them a currently rented, wow.

Panorama /

Paramount Miami Worldcenter

  • Neighborhood: Park West

  • Year Built: 2019

  • Height: 700 feet

  • Floors: 60

Paramount Miami is part of the Worldcenter complex. You've probably seen the bright lights from I-95 at night as you're driving south. The residential building and complex plan on playing a large role in the future of Miami's downtown area.

Paramount Worldcenter / Source Unknown

One Thousand Museum

  • Neighborhood: Park West

  • Year Built: 2019

  • Height: 709 feet

  • Floors: 62

Built by legendary architect Zaha Hadid, One Thousand Museum features some of the most expensive real estate in Miami. With only 84 units in the whole building, you're spending at least $5 mil to live here. The building has a very unique design on the exterior with flowing vertical lines.

One Thousand Museum / Source Unknown

Elysee Miami

  • Neighborhood: Downtown

  • Year Built: under construction

  • Height: 649 feet

  • Floors: 57

Elysee is just about finished and is gorgeous. With only 100 units it is going to be one of the most expensive places to live. The smallest unit is 2,200 square feet and residents will essentially have a private elevator experience. Elysee's design is one-of-a-kind in Miami featuring floors which get wider as the building gets taller.

Elysee Miami / Source Unknown

Southeast Financial Center

  • Neighborhood: Downtown

  • Year Built: 1984

  • Height: 764 feet

  • Floors: 55

Ever wonder what that 3-Dimensional looking building in the heart of Downtown Miami is? It's the Southeast Financial Center. Home to local offices for Goldman Sachs, Cushman & Wakefield and Wells Fargo, this building is actually pretty old. It was built in 1984, but maintains a modern Manhattan-esq look from the exterior.

Southeast Financial Center / Source Unknown


Hey! I'm Jordan, a native New Yorker who is addicted to adventure travel, photography, content creation, investing, and fitness. Read on, enjoy, and Never Run Out of First Times!

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