A demolition permit has been submitted at the Miami Worldcenter property where developer Naftali Group plans a 65-story tower.
The demolition permit was applied for on March 15, with the full demo plans filed on March 20.
According to the filing, a 26,946 square foot building will be totally demolished, at an estimated cost of $80,000.
The BG Group is listed as the demolition contractor.
The building to be demolished formerly served as a sales center for the completed 60-story Paramount Miami Worldcenter.
The developer is scheduled to present plans for its 65-story tower to Miami’s Urban Development Review Board on April 19.
According to the plans filed with the city, the new tower will include:
- 786 residential units
- 3,611 square feet of retail
- 591 parking spaces in an 8-story garage