Brightline’s parent company is finishing up paperwork needed to sell their supertower sites at MiamiCentral, shortly after obtaining approval to build the massive project.
On February 15, Florida East Coast Industries submitted a request to the county for an estoppel letter, which is being requested by the buyer of the properties.
Miami-Dade commissioners voted in late January to approve construction of the two towers.
J3T Ventures, LLC of Great Neck, New York has been in contract to buy the property since May 21, 2021, according to a filing with the county that was submitted as part of the approval process. The company is controlled by by Nader Damaghi along with family members.
The twin supertowers are approved to rise 83 stories, or 848 feet above ground.
They will include a total of 2,007 residential units, 49,634 square feet of retail, and 2,136 parking spaces.