A groundbreaking ceremony for the 44-story Lofty Brickell tower could be just days away, according to a filing yesterday with the city.
The Special Events permit was filed on January 25, records show.
The permit lists Lofty Groundbreaking, with a date of January 31.
Earlier this month, the developers told the Herald that construction would get underway in February.
Permitting for full construction has been underway since October, and demolition at the site has been completed.
The $300 million tower is only the first phase planned by the developer.
Eventually, additional housing towers are planned on property owned by the developer adjacent to the Lofty site, the Herald reported.
As of earlier this month, a total of 320 of 362 condos at Lofty (or 88% of units) have been sold, the developer told the paper.
Newgard is the developer, with Arquitectonica the architect.