The developers of the 100-story Waldorf Astoria have obtained a dewatering permit and are one step closer to full foundation work.
The Waldorf is planned to become Miami’s first supertall tower, and will top off at 1,049 feet.
Records show that a dewatering permit needed for foundation work was issued by DERM on March 11. The permit allows two temporary drainage wells to be built.
A photo of the site on March 19 by Ryan RC Rea shows that some work appears to be underway.
A full foundation permit is getting closer to approval, city records show. Just one more reviewer needs to sign off on the plans, after a structural reviewer signed off on it this morning.
(photo: Ryan RC Rea)