Construction About To Begin On Dock Behind One River Point

Activity at the One River Point site is about to get underway.

On December 8, A Notice Of Commencement was filed stating that tree removal would begin. City records show that a permit is active allowing for the removal of 20 trees.

On December 14, a restrictive covenant was filed with Miami-Dade. The agreement allows for the construction of a dock, with space for a single boat. A construction permit was filed with the city December 11, listing the cost of construction at $7,500.

One River Point launched sales in fall 2015, and began converting to contracts earlier this year. A $3.5 million sales center also opened this year.

The twin tower project is proposed to include 418 units. The 60-story towers would rise 928 and 933 feet.

 

 

 

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Anonymous
3 years ago

Hopefully those 20 trees will get replanted somewhere.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Not if it’s up to Bernie from Arquitectonica.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Like the “forest” in place of the FPL substation from rendering of a proposal west.

Anonymous
3 years ago

For what it’s worth, I saw the workers wrapping the root balls of each of the 20 or so coconut palms in plastic before trucking them away. Seems like they’re being preserved for something–maybe they’ll even come back to the same site in a few years.

beep beep
3 years ago

water taxi?

Anonymous
3 years ago

best view will be for Brickell On The River

Anonymous
3 years ago

No one seems to care or wonder about the “One boat” comment much except for beep beep?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Looks super nice—but hate looking in other peoples windows

Anonymous
3 years ago

Must be putting in a dock to create a pop-up (Wharf style) until they break ground for the building’s construction in 5 years.

Anonymous
3 years ago

For your information there are breaking ground at the end of this month

Anonymous
3 years ago

i live in wind. this is going to suck. a lot of units will have blocked views and property values will go down.

Anonymous
3 years ago

That is why I can’t understand why this developer refused to put these towers on the opposite side of your and the Mint buildings. In my opinion it would be a much better look, and he would be seen as a more caring developer.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Caring Developer? Are you from this planet?

Anonymous
3 years ago

If this developer build these towers and block those other two towers views of the Miami river, then yes, that shows he doesn’t giveash*t.

Now if this developer were to move this planned project to the opposite side of these towers and build a walkway that’s connected to a four story center that everyone in these four towers can use, then yes, he would appear to be a “more caring developer.”

Sheessh… must everything be explained to people like you?

Anonymous
3 years ago

The fundamental issue with your statement is the phrase “more caring developer” is an oxymoron.

Monica
3 years ago

For you, your property values will go up considering how inexpensive your unit cost.. if anything it will increase the value of each unit in the neighboring buildings… you should be thanking them!