36-story Block 45 Tower Finishes Review By Miami’s Planning Department

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.

 

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Anonymous

I hope they can start building ASAP
The area desperately needs to build up.
Nice tower for the area.

Anonymous

Look, I am from Overtown and I must say, this is one beautiful tower. Hurry up and approve and commence construction of it.

Anonymous

JUST BUILD IT

Anonymous

LOL, in the most transit dense area of the City, County and possibility the state. It should have ZERO parking.

Anonymous

Lol.. well we know you definitely won’t be living there.

Anonymous

I bet his driveway in Little Havana has plenty of parking.

Anonymous

Ridiculous statement.
“616 apartments and have zero parking.”
My bet is he is drinking moonshine.

Anonymous

Another County owned property whored out to the highest bidder !! When I’m King ALL residential appropriate county owned land will reserved for affordable and/or workforce housing !!! #PrisonForCrookedPoliticians

Anonymous

I thought financial diversity was good for a neighborhood? There has been a good number of affordable units constructed in Overtown; including new retail.

Anonymous

Plenty of $150K condos along Kendall Drive for workforce housing. You simply cannot expect to have cheap new construction in the middle of a big metro’s downtown center or along a coastline.

Anonymous

If you become “King” none of the land would be county owned because YOU would own all of it and then we’ll all go back to living as if we were in 1700’s Europe.

Anonymous

Um, you do realize urban planning consensus is NOT to encourage concentrations of housing of one income level? Why do you think failed housing projects like Pork and Beans are being redeveloped to include market-rate units?

POLO

Another box with lipstick!

Anonymous

I bet you’re one cutie when you wear lipstick.

Anonymous

That is the point. You are very smart.

Anonymous

Compared to other crap like that Swerdlow proposal and one laughably calling itself “luxury,” this is beautiful.

Anonymous

Absolutely hideous design.

Anonymous

Yeah, I told them you had a better design but they just ignored me.