Three total demolition permits have already been applied for at the Downtown Miami properties where a 104-story supertall tower is planned.
Yesterday, a pre-application was filed with Miami-Dade planners for the supertall. Multiple properties are being combined to create the development site.
The three pending demolition permit applications submitted to Miami’s Building Department are for 316 NE 2 Street, 141 NE 3 Ave, and 130 Biscayne Boulevard.
AlliedBean Demolition is listed as the contractor on all three permits.
The development site is two blocks south of the Waldorf Astoria site, where another supertall is under construction.
Affiliates of New York-based RFR Realty acquired the properties in 2022, and had them added to Miami-Dade’s Rapid Transit Zoning area later that year.
The new project will be a “responsible and forward-thinking development” that “will bring a greater sense of activity to this stretch of Biscayne Boulevard,” according to a letter sent to Miami-Dade planners on Monday.
Preliminary plans show it would include 1,074 residential units, 252 hotel keys, and 1,013 parking spaces. The gross square footage is listed at 2,294,293 square feet, with the net square footage at 1,498,802 square feet.
The adjacent 30-story New World Tower, owned by the same developer, appears to be preserved under the plans.
Zyscovich is listed as the architect for the new tower.