The Brickell skyline looks to be in for another shake-up. Plans have been submitted for The Towers by Foster + Partners, a 660-unit condo development in Brickell. The waterfront project is proposed at 1201 Brickell Bay Drive, which also just happens to be the last waterfront development site in Brickell. The Towers will be designed by Pritzer winning architect Lord Norman Foster working with ODP Architects along with the development team comprised of Florida East Coast Realty, Corigin Real Estate Group and McCourt Global Properties. The development would consist of a two towers connected by a pedestrian plaza style bridge complete with shops, restaurants, art galleries, etc. One of the towers would be 1,049 feet which would make it one of the tallest buildings in Miami. The height is already approved by the FAA. The Towers design is set for review and there is no timeframe as to sales or groundbreaking at this time.