Tequesta Point

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Three Tequesta Point
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General information
Type Residential
Location 848 Brickell Key Drive, Miami, Florida, United States
Construction started 1998
Completed 2001
Opening 2001
Height
Roof 480 ft (150 m)
Technical details
Floor count 46
Design and construction
Architect J. Scott Architecture, PA
Two Tequesta Point
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General information
Type Residential
Location 808 Brickell Key Drive, Miami, Florida, United States
Coordinates 25°46′10″N 80°11′00″W / 25.7694°N 80.1833°W / 25.7694; -80.1833Coordinates: 25°46′10″N 80°11′00″W / 25.7694°N 80.1833°W / 25.7694; -80.1833
Construction started 1996
Completed 1999
Opening 1999
Height
Roof 410 ft (120 m)
Technical details
Floor count 40
Design and construction
Architect J. Scott Architecture, PA
One Tequesta Point
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General information
Type Residential
Location 888 Brickell Key Drive, Miami, Florida, United States
Construction started 1993
Completed 1995
Opening 1995
Technical details
Floor count 30
Design and construction
Architect J. Scott Architecture, PA

Tequesta Point is a complex of residential high-rises in Downtown Miami, Florida, United States. It consists of three skyscraper buildings located on Brickell Key, an urban island to the east of the Central Business District. Three Tequesta Point, the tallest of the three, was completed in 2001. It is 480 ft (146 m) tall, and has 46 floors. Two Tequesta Point, the central building of the complex, was completed in 1999. It is 410 ft (125 m) tall, and has 40 floors. One Tequesta Point, the original building of the complex, was built in 1995. It contains 30 floors and is at the northern end of Brickell Key. The buildings, when opened, were some of the tallest Miami had to offer; however, since the start of the building boom in the early 2000s, many skyscrapers which are much taller than the Tequesta Point buildings have been built. Nevertheless, because the complex is located directly on Biscayne Bay, the buildings can still be seen from Miami Beach and from boats in the bay.

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