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Construction Permit Filed For At Brickell's 613-Foot Una Tower

Construction Permit Filed For At Brickell’s 613-Foot Una Tower

Developers of Brickell’s Una tower have filed for a construction permit.

The permit was filed for on November 30, and appears to be a dry run, with Civic Construction listed as the contractor. A permit to demolish an existing building on the site hasn’t yet been filed for.

According to the construction permit, 138 residential units will be built over 47 floors. Previously filed plans show the tower rising 613 feet.

Total construction cost is listed at $50,575,000.

 

 

 

 

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Polo
Polo

GORGEOUS TOWER!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Indeed very nice tower

Anonymous
Anonymous

Metromover should continue from the Financial District station down Brickell Ave to the Rickenbacker, with a flyover so the terminus is at the Vizcaya Metrorail station. It would help connect these buildings into the mass transit system. Ideally, the mover would continue to Virginia Key and Crandon Park to give public access to the beaches and recreation space and avoid parking issues for events there and at the tennis center. But we know that Key Biscayne would never allow that.

Anonymous
Anonymous

…or you can just walk to the Metrorail station. South Brickell bordering the Grove is one of the best walkable areas of Miami covered in shade trees. There’s No point expanding a system with overlap of an existing one.

Also, while you and I might support transit, rich people living along here might not, and definitely wouldn’t want Metromover tracks squatting over the street.

Anonymous
Anonymous

security guards, maintenance workers and janitors work at those buildings.

Anonymous
Anonymous

It’s over a mile walk from this property to Vizcaya Metrorail or the Financial District Metromover station.

Anonymous
Anonymous

We need an east-west transit route, like a Coral Way streetcar, and Metrorail Orange Line extension from the airport down 27th Avenue to Douglas Road.

Jesus
Jesus

Yes. Im glad this is almost a reality. Let’s make it happen. Three more years for this to add length(of at least 500 feet) along the skyline.

Anonymous
Anonymous

A few more years and Miami will be the Dubai of the west!

Anonymous
Anonymous

But without the Sharia Law

Anonymous
Anonymous

Let’s just make Miami the new Dubai …without religion, period!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Amen to the comment above. Religion is the ruin of the world, any religion.

Anonymous
Anonymous

LOL, “amen” and “religion is bad” within the same sentence. I can feel your soy boy neckbeard through my computer screen.

Azarius
Azarius

Beautiful tower we need more density between the bay and 95 in the south of brickell area from 15th Rd to the causeway…

Anonymous
Anonymous

Nice

Master Angler
Master Angler

Not a fan of the design…appears to be structurally unsound and top heavy. Balconies are virtually non-existent. Highly unlikely this project will come to fruition this cycle.

A. Nonymous
A. Nonymous

The final image shows balconies along one entire side and others at a corner. Architects have been doing cantilevers for centuries so I’m sure it is structurally sound.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I wish I could triple down vote this

Rigo
Rigo

Thank you for your expert opinion on this building’s structural integrity. You should probably point this out to the developer.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Master of negativity maybe…Wow you are one bitter person…The building is top heavy? What kind of comment is that?

Miami Fan
Miami Fan

That Guy is a Miami Engineer

Anonymous
Anonymous

The cantilever is definitely doable. Check out the Twarda Tower in Poland, very similar setup.