The new Miami residential tower arms race has expanded to your biceps.
As cranes dot the skyline again and developers ramp up amenities in competition -- car elevators! aleros! pools that make us feel faint! -- one planned new condo building is focusing on even more fitness, perhaps the most Miami feature ever.
While gyms and rooftop pools are de rigueur these days, the Sieger Suarez-designed 1010 Brickell will feature not only an impact-absorbing outdoor running track (!) and squash, volleyball, soccer, and basketball courts, but a two-story glass rec center on the 11th and 12th floors with a children's gym, gaming arcade and social room. According to the folks behind the project, the transparent design will ensure children can be seen by their parents from anywhere in the gym -- and come with a parent/child wristband system for additional security.
Oh, and there's also two bowling lanes, an outdoor water park, virtual golf, mini golf, co-ed hammam, plunge pools, steam rooms, yoga and massage areas, too, so basically residents will never ever ever need to leave the building except for the occasional Publix sub run.
1010 Brickell, which will replace a parking garage, doesn't officially launch until February, when one bedrooms are expected to start at $300,000 according to The Real Deal. But go ahead and check out the first interior renderings below, exclusive to HuffPost: