Developer Of 80-Story Cipriani Residences Applies For Foundation Permit, Contractor Named

A three tower complex in Brickell is moving ahead with foundation permitting.

On September 9, contractor Moss Construction applied for a permit to begin foundation work at the 80-Story Cipriani Residences condo tower, Miami Building Department records show.

There’s also now another foundation permit in process at the property, for the area where two additional apartment towers are planned to rise 50 and 60 stories.

The second foundation permit for the shorter towers was also submitted by Moss, and was created on September 12.

Miami Dade’s DERM issued a dewatering approval needed for foundation work on September 12, records show.

The project will include three towers rising 80, 60, and 50 stories, with the tallest at 950 feet. According to a utilities agreement the combined project will include:

  • 1,300 residential units (420 condos)
  • 18,300 square feet of full service restaurant

 


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Anonymous
2 months ago

This lot has been missing something for decades…and here it is finally!!

Not Anonymous
2 months ago

Great to see development in this area! After this project, South Brickell will be transformed. The St. Regis will follow suit. Thank goodness that this area is not being ignored with the constant development of Overtown and Park West.

Anonymous
2 months ago

And still lots of room for re-development on Brickell Avenue to follow! Out with the old and in with the new!

Anonymous
2 months ago

Apart from a few more older towers, not really. Redevelopment opportunities are most likely along the bay, particularly Point View, parking garages of office towers, the First Miami Presbyterian church parking lot, and if one wants to dream, The Four Embarrassments.

Anonymous
2 months ago

South Brickell is one of Miami’s most exclusive areas, so I wouldn’t be surprised to see more 1960s and 1970s mid-rises redeveloped for more Una and St. Regis-style towers.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Yep. Brickell Place for starters. And there are lots of low-rise older buildings on the opposite side of Brickell Ave that need to go.

Anonymous
2 months ago

A great ankor for the southern part of Brickell’s South Miami Ave.

anonymoose
2 months ago

Anchor

Vincent
2 months ago

Learn to spell.

BB1
2 months ago

It seems there is almost nothing you can do to make these parking podiums really look like they belong. But still, looking forward to seeing this rise.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Look, give it a break, okay?

Not Anonymous
2 months ago

They are JUST a podium. They are necessary and expensive to hide. It isn’t like they are so ugly the burn your corneas. As long as we use cars, these podiums will exist.

Anonymous
2 months ago

One Biscayne Tower is over fifty years old and still look fine without a giant mural or random pieces of metal or concrete slabs covering it. None of these towers will age as well.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Aren’t you glad that that isn’t something you have to worry about when it comes to any of these towers?

Fuckcats
2 months ago

Don’t use a car. Demolishing these ugly garages and building more luxury apartments.

brickeller
2 months ago

Give us, ideas…c’mon, go ahead

Anonymous
2 months ago

Bye bye vacant lot! Been waiting a long time for this.

anonymous
2 months ago

Outrageously sized parking podiums.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Geez will people like you just shut up about parking podiums!!!

Anonymous
2 months ago

So what?

William
2 months ago

GO MIAMI!!!!

Anonymous
2 months ago

This looks delicious!😊

Original
2 months ago

Yes… Miami, don’t muck it up!

YEET
2 months ago

Glad to hear Moss has been named as GC. They will do great as usual. Like Brickell Flatiron, 57 Ocean etc.
Also super happy to see progress is being made here

Conno Sir
2 months ago

I knew their sales were hot strong so it’s a natural to move on. I’ll be thrilled to see activity in this no mans hole

Red Tape Disrespector
2 months ago

Daily reminder that local zoning is unconstitutional and property rights are federal. City council – get a real job.

Anonymous
2 months ago

If you had a house you paid $1 million for in a nice residential neighborhood of single family homes and then someone wants to put a Wawa in the middle of the subdivision…naah nevermind, enjoy your roommates and landlord.

NDR
2 months ago

Should be a great property assuming they don’t build any buildings blocking the eastern/northeastern views to the bay. Curious how it will be like with the addition of 1200 new condo/apartments on that parcel