Miami Dade’s DERM has issued an approval letter for dewatering wells at the Cipriani Residences construction site in Brickell.
The March 30 approval letter says that four temporary dewatering wells are permitted.
The dewatering wells are typically used during the construction project.
A tree tower was recently issued by Miami’s Building Department for the property, but another is still under review. A foundation permit and the main permit for vertical construction are also still in review.
Moss & Associates is listed as the contractor on the foundation permit.
The megaproject planned for the property includes a total of three towers. The tallest will be the 80-story Cipriani Residences, at 940 feet above ground, or 950 feet above sea level.
There will also be two rental apartment towers rising 50 and 60 stories. All three towers will rise simultaneously.
In total, 1,300 residential units are planned between the three towers.