Soleil was a proposed skyscraper to be built in Miami, Florida. The building was approved in 2006 by the City of Miami and the Federal Aviation Administration, and construction was expected to begin in the summer of 2007 with construction ending in the fall of 2008. The project was cancelled due to financial reasons caused by the Great Recession. When completed, the tower was expected to be 514 feet (157 m) tall and contain 43 floors. It was to have a 50 foot spire on top making its total height 564 feet (172 m). The building was expected be the newest addition to the 3100 Biscayne Complex in Midtown Miami. The 10-story Executive Plaza Building makes up the existing part of the complex, and was completed in 1972. The site is located on Northeast 31st Street and Biscayne Boulevard.