A construction permit has just been filed at Baccarat Residences in Brickell, revealing the height of the tower.
According to the March 16 filing, Baccarat Residences will rise 73 stories, or 835 feet.
The tower will have 352 residential units and a 10,000 square foot restaurant, the permit states.
Construction cost is estimated at $241,612,503, with John Moriarty the contractor.
Review of the permit has not yet begun, since the actual plans haven’t yet been filed.
There is a separate permit for a 47-story, 506-unit apartment tower on the site which was submitted in December 2020 and is now nearly approved.
The tallest condo tower currently in Miami is Aston Martin Residences at 816 feet. The only taller building is Panorama Tower at 868 feet.
In an email sent this month, the in-house brokers for Baccarat said the project reached 62 percent sold in 6 months, making it the “fastest selling tower in Brickell.”