Developer Crescent Heights applied for a construction permit this week to begin work on a mixed-use project with a supermarket and apartments in the Midtown Miami area.
The permit application was submitted on June 21.
A nationally known organic supermarket chain has signed a lease to anchor the project, the developer said last year.
According to the permit application, the tower will rise 38 stories and include 588 apartments.
The estimated hard construction cost is listed at $164,982,826.
The supermarket will be located within a total of 42,030 square feet of retail, according to a utilities agreement signed with the county last month.
At least one other tower is planned on the property, but architectural plans for any additional phases have not yet been submitted to the city for review.
The apartment building will be named Nema.
Stiles is listed on the permit as the construction contractor.