Demolition Permit Now Pending At Site Where 65-Story E11EVEN Hotel & Residences Planned

The developer of Park West’s E11EVEN Hotel & Residences has applied for a demolition permit.

The application was filed for on September 15, but the permit isn’t yet in review. The city’s Building Department is waiting for the full demolition plans to be submitted before beginning the review process.

The property is currently being used as surface parking.

According to the demolition permit, total demolition of 12,500 square feet of area is planned, at a cost of $7,500.

Construction contractor John Moriarty & Associates is listed as the contractor on the demolition permit.

The 65-story E11EVEN tower is said to have sold out in just a few months. Sales began earlier this year.

There will be a total of 400 residential units.

The tower is planned to rise 699 feet above ground, or 709 feet above sea level.

There does not yet appear to be a construction permit pending.


 

 

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NYC Loves Miami
27 days ago

Looks like the innovation district and convention center are the final big puzzle pieces for this area. Time to make it happen!

Anonymous
27 days ago

Not happening
Too creative and nice designed buildings.
Not a Miami thing.
It’s boring cheap looking square boxes or else, it will be scrapped

Azarius
27 days ago

Not to forget the revamp of Overtown as well linking everything together to Wynwood

Anonymous
26 days ago

Overtown will be the new Midtown!!

Azarius
26 days ago

Just hope parts of OT stay low income and affordable/ workforce housing. From Brickell to Design District we have more than enough market rate housing. Let’s not end up with high homeless rates.

Grady Muhammad
26 days ago

It won’t. I was born and raised in Historic Overtown. Gentrification is here. Investors are buying everything up.

Anonymous
26 days ago

The low income residents can move to Homestead, Miramar, South Dade… No need to waste prime real estate with low income housing.

Anonymous
27 days ago

So what other plans would the city need to “demolish” a parking lot? This one’s gonna be exciting!

POLO
27 days ago

Yeah, I was thinking the same thing. It’s just a parking lot.

Anonymous
27 days ago

Parking lots are to Miami government officials what churches are to Evangelicals. Parking lots are sacred to them.

Anonymous
26 days ago

Ohh, so edgy… You have to have a building permit to replace a driveway, so of course you need one to replace a parking lot with a skyscraper.

Anonymous
27 days ago

If they sold in record time
What s taking so long to start building.
At the rate of inflation we are suffering next time they reconvene it will be double for materials

Anonymous
27 days ago

Because they took a ton of reservations at $10,000 a pop, but when it was time to put up the 10% hard deposits, half the reservations backed out.

Anonymous
25 days ago

How do you know that?

Anonymous
27 days ago

Project sold much faster than anticipated. Architect and engineers held start of construction. Breaking ground with phased permit in October.

Anonymous
27 days ago

Are Space’s days numbered?

Anonymous
27 days ago

Probably

Anonymous
27 days ago

never

Anonymous
27 days ago

Why? I’d think that with increase population downtown, Space’s future is pretty good.

Anonymous
26 days ago

I will be surprise if stays open. Their level of noise is incredible, I can hear it on the 50th floor two blocks away, I can’t imagine these two buildings coming up just next to them.

Anonymous
26 days ago

I can hear it from space…

Anonymous
26 days ago

It’ll move to greener, meaning cheaper and less NIMBY pastures, like Allapattah.

Anonymous
26 days ago

Most likely.
Probably E11even too. Although perhaps walking distance to a Strip Club is one of the amenities included

Jetsons
25 days ago

Beautiful sunny Miami winning!