Dewatering Permit Applied For At Cipriani Residences Site In Brickell

A dewatering permit – typically used for foundation work – has been applied for at the Cipriani Residences site in Brickell, according to DERM records.

Correspondence indicates that the developer plans to install a temporary drainage well.

Multiple towers at the site are now in the construction permitting process at Miami’s Building Department. A tree permit is also in process.

There will be three towers rising 80, 60, and 50 stories. According to a utilities agreement they will include:

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

No construction contractor has been attached to the construction permits yet.

 


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Melo is sigma and Chad
29 days ago

Thank you for coming to Miami and building on a massive lot in the densest neighborhood that has been empty for decades.

Anonymous
29 days ago

Thank you. With this infusion of out of state people like us, that means more construction with better architect will come.

Vince
29 days ago

MAST Capital has been in Miami for quite some time.

Antennae
29 days ago

I know their sales have been strong and I’m happy they are moving forward with this project. Not only because it’s beautiful but that empty lot in such prime location is such a waste.

Anon
29 days ago

Looks like they are moving along at a quick pace

Anonymous
29 days ago

Looking at the picture of where this project is being built, this is really one bigass piece of land!

Anonymous
29 days ago

Awesome location and nice building.

Not Anonymous
29 days ago

The tallest tower is so pretty. I love it’s simple design. Sometimes architects get too out of hand and end up making the towers ugly.

Anonymous
29 days ago

We have too many “simple designs” i.e., boxes either clean and neat but still boring, or cluttered with crap. Compare the tallest tower in this development with the two mediocre boxes. Curves, crowns, and articulation make all the difference.

Anonymous
28 days ago

^
He’s an expert in building designs.

Not Anonymous
29 days ago

Love the design of the tallest tower. I love the simplicity… sometimes architects try too hard at making their building unique and it ends up being ugly. I hope the project continues moving at this pace! this will do wonders for South Brickell.

Anonymous
29 days ago

I hope the two boring boxes are changed to a taller tower of the same architectural merit as the tallest.

Anonymous
28 days ago

When he looks at a building and it doesn’t make him laugh, then its just boring.

Namely
29 days ago

These buildings will look great from planes landing on runway 30.

Anonymous
29 days ago

About six or seven 30 to 40 story apartment buildings next to the metrorail in between SW 1st ave and SW 15th Road would really be great and look good there.

Anonymous
27 days ago

Yes, but make them condos. We have enough apartments.

Yet Another Anonymous
29 days ago

Wow they took out the corrugated walls and filled in dirt sloped up they might not utilize the elevation for underground parking. This site is high on the edge of the Brickell ridge.

Giga Chad Melo
29 days ago

With single family housing a block away 😂😂. I bet Europeans think it’s hilarious

Vince
29 days ago

I’ll bet that if anyone cared about what Europeans think, you may have someone on the other side of your bet.

Andy
26 days ago

I know. It’s kinda sad actually. It’s like this all over the US. Overall terrible zoning and urban planning. From all the way to coconut grove should low rise condo buildings.

Jeremey Howlett
28 days ago

I’m curious to know what exactly that gray and white fingerprint looking facade is actually going to be made out of. Hopefully it’s not paint nor a print, because it would look really bad in person.

Jeremey howlett
26 days ago

Also if it’s not vented or screened it could only be used to garage electric vehicles.

Jeremey Howlett
25 days ago

Screens are better if it’s being used as a garage because if it’s walled off there would be strong wind on any doors opening into the building and all the car exhaust would be more concentrated, unless you take a very large duct through the tallest building and terminate it out there.

Anonymous
29 days ago

Would have been perfect for a whole foods location

Anonymous
29 days ago

Do you think about food every time there is a building proposal article on this site?

Anonymous
28 days ago

Food and Metromover…

Anonymous
29 days ago

At least we’re not getting another super-duper sports bar.