List of tallest buildings in Sunny Isles Beach facts for kids
This article lists the tallest buildings in the coastal city of Sunny Isles Beach, Florida, located in the northeast corner of Miami-Dade County. The ranking primarily relies on data from The Skyscraper Center, the public online database of skyscrapers by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. Supplementary data may be provided by Emporis, SkyscraperPage, or other third party news entities. Sunny Isles Beach had very few skyscrapers until the 2000s, when many were constructed on the east side of Collins Avenue, on the beach adjacent to the Atlantic Ocean. This strip historically consisted of a row of low rise hotels known as "Motel Row", mostly developed midcentury in the MiMo architectural style. Even among high-rises, the oldest such structures in the city only date to the 1960s. The wall of skyscrapers spans nearly the entire length of the city longitudinally, from the three Trump Towers located near the border of Haulover Park to the south to Regalia located adjacent to the border of Golden Beach to the north, which has strict single family residential zoning. All the skyscrapers in Sunny Isles Beach are residential and all of them are primarily concrete structurally. In general, the tallest height limit imposed by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in Sunny Isles Beach is 649 ft (198 m) Above Mean Sea Level (AMSL), due to the proximity of Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport to the west. Several proposed towers may rise to exactly this height, though the FAA reviews each building individually.
All skyscrapers in the city are located on the east side of Collins Avenue. Height given may be height above sea level (AMSL), which adds about 6 feet (2 m).
List includes known buildings over 450 feet (137 m), measured from the lowest pedestrian entrance to the architectural top, including spires but not radio masts and antennae. The year indicates the year the building was completed. An equals sign (=) indicates multiple buildings that share the same height. Floor counts rely on reported numbers and may not account for skipped floors such as the thirteenth floor.
|1=||Muse||649 (198)||47||2018||17141 Collins|
|1=||Turnberry Ocean Club Residences||649 (198)||52||2020||18501 Collins|
|1=||Residences by Armani Casa||649 (198)||60||2019||18975 Collins|
|4||Mansions at Acqualina||643 (196)||47||2015||17749 Collins||Image shows building topped out in 2015 on the right, adjacent to Acqualina Ocean Residences.
Sixth-tallest building in Florida, behind only buildings in Miami.
|5||Ritz-Carlton Residences||642 (196)||52||15701 Collins||Located one property away from southern border of city|
|6||Porsche Design Tower||641 (195)||57||2016||18555 Collins||Robotic car parking system will bring vehicles up to each unit.|
|7||Jade Signature||636 (194)||57||2017||16901 Collins|
|8||Jade Beach||574 (175)||51||2008||17001 Collins||Right tower in photo.|
|9||Trump Palace||551 (168)||43||2005||18101 Collins||Tallest building in center of photo|
|10=||Acqualina Ocean Residences||550 (168)||51||2004||17875 Collins||Façade has a clock on it|
|10=||Trump Royale||550 (168)||43||2008||18201 Collins||Almost identical to adjacent Trump Palace|
|12||Jade Ocean||545 (166)||51||2009||17121 Collins||Left tower in photo|
|13||The Regalia||485 (148)||43||2014||19505 Collins||Borders Golden Beach, Florida|
|14||The Pinnacle||476 (145)||40||1998||17555 Collins||Features a prominent spire|
|15=||Trump Towers I||461 (140.5)||45||2008||16001 Collins||One of three identical adjacent towers|
|15=||Trump Towers II||461 (140.5)||45||2008||15911 Collins||One of three identical adjacent towers|
|15=||Trump Towers III||461 (140.5)||45||2008||15811 Collins||One of three identical adjacent towers|
|18||Chateau Beach||449 (136.8)||34||2015||17475 Collins|
Includes buildings between the foundation work and topped-out phases. Topped-out buildings may be included in the main list.
|1=||Estates at Acqualina Tower 1||643 (196)||50||2020||17901 Collins||Height approved up to 692 feet.|
|1=||Estates at Acqualina Tower 2||643 (196)||50||2021||17901 Collins||Height approved up to 692 feet.|
|1||Proposed Dezer Development||743 (226)||18401 Collins||Height for future tower approved up to 743 feet by FAA.|
Skyline of Sunny Isles Beach viewed from the south with the skyline of southern coastal Broward County shown in the background
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