River Tower, LLC has been finalizing details needed to start construction of a downtown Miami residential tower known as Riverside Tower.
Last month, River Tower’s Brian Campbell signed a deal to connect water and sewer to the site. The developer will pay a nearly $500,000 connection charge.
Also last month, the developer received approval to install two 435-foot construction cranes on the site.
Riverside Tower is proposed as a 449-unit project at 230 Southwest 3rd Street, in front of the City of Miami Riverside Center. It would rise 34 floors, or 360 feet.
The property had been listed for sale last year with a $16.5 million asking price, shortly after city approvals had been obtained.
Studio X Architects, headed by C. Chloe Keidaish, is the architect.
Previously: 34 Floor ‘River Tower’ To Add Hundreds Of Residents To Downtown Miami