Museum Tower (Miami)

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Museum Tower
Museum Tower from the Government Center Station
General information
Type Office
Location 150 West Flagler Street, Government Center, Downtown Miami, Florida
United States
Coordinates 25°46′25″N 80°11′49″W / 25.77362°N 80.19707°W / 25.77362; -80.19707Coordinates: 25°46′25″N 80°11′49″W / 25.77362°N 80.19707°W / 25.77362; -80.19707
Construction started 1983
Completed 1986
Opening April, 1987
Management Gaedeke Group, L. L. C.
Roof 377 ft (114.9 m)
Technical details
Floor count 29
Design and construction
Architect Spillis Candela & Partners, Inc.
Developer Codina Group and Prudential Financial, Inc.
Main contractor Southeast Banking Corp.

The Museum Tower is a high-rise office building located in the Government Center district of Downtown Miami, Florida, United States. As its name implies, the building is situated across the street from the Miami Art Museum[1] (MAM) and HistoryMiami (former Historical Museum of Southern Florida), which are both part of the Miami Cultural Plaza. The visibility of Museum Tower from I-95 provides it a valuable location.

The building has 29 stories and stands at a height of 377 feet (115 m), and excluding the restaurant at its lobby, Fresh Grub, the Museum Tower is used completely as class A office space.

Bank of America and AT&T (formerly BellSouth) are Museum Tower's principal tenants.


  1. ^ Cardin, Jordan (August 9, 2013). "Miami Art Museum -Hours & Information". Miami Arts & Culture. Miami, Florida, United States. Retrieved July 22, 2014. 

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