Archaeologists continue to comb through the 444 Brickell site in search of historic and prehistoric artifacts, a new photo shows.
A report released on May 10 stated that discoveries at the site in the past month included drilled shark teeth and pottery shards that could be anywhere from 500 to 1500 years old.
The findings could allow for a better understanding of how the native Tequesta lived.
Developer Related Group is planning a three-tower complex on the property, rising 57 stories, 77 stories, and 82 stories. The tower heights are to reach as tall as 882 feet, among the tallest in the city.
The development is to have the Baccarat Residences brand.
In total 1,400 residential units are planned, along with a 250-room hotel, retail, office and parking.
The archaeological discovery was made shortly after a building on the site was demolished to make way for the first tower.