Overtown’s Block 45 project is one step closer to breaking ground after Miami’s Planning Department completed review of the project.
Now, a construction permit must be obtained before work can begin. There doesn’t appear to be any pending permit application with Miami’s Building Department.
A final decision must also be issued by the Planning Department.
The 36-story tower will include 616 apartments, 24,981 square feet of retail, and 637 parking spaces.
It was reviewed by the Urban Development Review Board in September 2019.
The developers won a bid to build on the county-owned property, and have promised an aggressive construction schedule.
Bermello Ajamil is the architect.