A construction permit application was filed this week for the Namdar Towers site in downtown Miami.
According to the November 27 permit filing, approximately $1.5 million worth of work is planned under the excavation/piles/site and soil improvement category.
A separate non-structural site work permit was approved for the property in September.
A demolition permit to clear the site is also moving through the approval process.
In addition, a permit for full vertical construction is also in review.
John Moriarty is listed as the contractor on all of the permits.
Miami’s UDRB voted in October to recommend approval of the project.
According to the UDRB filing, Namdar’s towers are both planned to rise 43 stories (around 448 feet above ground when including a design feature at the top), with:
- 1,394 residential units
- two amenity levels, including pools, fitness, bowling rooms, golf simulators, and co-working space
- 7,984 square feet of ground floor commercial space
- 336 parking spaces in a five-level garage, including EV chargers. A wind-driven kinetic screen in polished aluminum will mask the garage.
- 1,395 bicycle racks