A construction permit is now being processed by Miami’s Building Department to allow for work to begin at the 43-story Lofty Brickell tower.
The full plans for the tower do not yet appear to have been submitted, so aren’t yet under review. However, payment of permit fees, estimated at $420,000, appears to have been completed on October 27.
According to the permit filing, a total of 362 residential units are being built.
Americaribe-Moriarty JV is listed as the contractor.
Lofty will top off at 574 feet above ground, according to an FAA approval issued in late October.
The developer recently acquired additional land next to the Lofty site.
There are plans for additional development beyond the initial Lofty tower, with water and sewer utilities obtained in September for 782 residential units, 11,364 square feet of restaurant, and 13,928 square feet of office.