Contractor Coastal Construction has installed a sign at the site where the 41-story Hub Miami is planned, according to Ryan RC Rea.
The development was previously known as Miami Station.
Several brokers are now advertising on their websites that units at Hub Miami will be sold as luxury condos. Buyers will be able to rent the units on a short-term basis on sites such as Airbnb, the websites say.
Office space is planned on the lower levels of the building, with residential on the upper floors.
Plans filed with the city by a previous developer showed the project would include 306 residential units, 245,000 square feet of office, and just over 7,000 square feet of retail.
Earlier this year, the “shovel ready” site was sold to Chicago developer The John Buck Company, BH Group, Florida Value Partners, and Pebb Enterprises.