Miami Skyscraper Would Dwarf Dubai's Burj Khalifa
Developer Guillermo Socarras has been in talks with the Federal Aviation Administration to secure approval for the height of the tower in this superstructure proposed for Miami, called Miapolis:
"The 160 storey building would be more than 183 metres higher than the Burj Khalifa if built and would house an amusement park, observatory, restaurants, 1.96 million sq ft of shops, over 1000 apartments, 1 million sq ft office space and a 792 room hotel."
The project has been around for 10 years but the FAA movement is new, apparently.
Check out the planned location, AFTER THE JUMP...