Foundation Permit Applied For To Begin Work At Una Residences Tower In Brickell

Brickell’s futuristic-looking 46-story Una Residences tower is one step closer to beginning construction.

Una will rise 613 feet, making it one of the tallest in that part of Brickell.

On August 5, contractor Civic Construction filed for a permit to begin foundation work for the tower. A total of $3 million worth of excavation, piles, and site and soil improvement is planned, the permit states.

Three levels of parking will be built underground.

Two other permits are pending, including a permit to demolish an existing building on the site and another permit for vertical construction of the tower. The demolition permit appears close to gaining approval from the city.

OKO Group’s Miami Waterfront Ventures, LLC subsidiary is the developer. Adrian Smith + Gordin Gill is the architect.

 

 

 

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marc
1 year ago

Very futuristic looking building. Love it.

Anonymous
1 year ago

In Miami, for every beautiful building, we must take four hideous ones.

Anonymous
1 year ago

What, you think someplace like Tokyo for instance is full of nothing but beautiful buildings?

Anonymous
1 year ago

“The demolition permit has been resubmitted seven times as contractors continue to try to gain approval from city officials.” ????

Anonymous
1 year ago

Not surprised. It’s no wonder why properties are taking so long to get out of the ground, and this is just for a demolition permit. Unreal!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Where’s my check?

-Joe Carollo

Bruno
1 year ago

Don’tcha know it takes over 6 months just to get a permit for a fence on your SF lot?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Best Location ever…… in but not in , Brickell , Key Biscayne, Coconut Grove, Coral Gables

olga
1 year ago

I agree!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Beauty

Anonymous
1 year ago

When it breaks ground, I hope they’ll start buying up the neighboring condos and announce phase two, “Dos.”

Anonymous
1 year ago

meanwhile, Brickell Bay Drive residents refuse any upzoning.

NaneckiS
1 year ago

Yes! We are hoping OKO will buy our condos. We have had offers from other developers but 95% of owners in each building would have to agree to sell. Hasn’t happened yet. Except for the Metropolitan, other condos on this street were built in the 1970s & ‘80s. Time to rebuild!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Some old Condo’s have large numbers of renters because owners could not sell. Developers could start buying up old Condo’s on the cheap in these Buildings with many renters and turn them into rentals untill they accumulate a sufficient number to buy out the remaining ones. The most unutilized property is next door to UNA with one building on almost 9 acres with large frontage on Bay and Brickell Ave. A 5 million dollar special assessment passed recently has upset owners and the mood to sell the building may be strong.Sell Baby Sell!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Expected completion date?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Most likely 2023

Olga Monson
1 year ago

Una will be delivered in 2022. Contact Olga Monson (in house) for more info at olgamonson@gmail.com

Anonymous
1 year ago

If it’s anything like Brickell Flatiron this will be finished by 2026. Things go up at a snail’s pace in Miami.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Love this building. Let’s hope it turns out as stunning as the renders.

Anonymous
1 year ago

they turn out to look like the renders 10% of the time

Anonymous
1 year ago

Does anyone know why this one has parking underground? I thought all parking had to be above ground for flooding reasons?

Anonymous
1 year ago

I think because the parking underground will be valet only?

Anonymous
1 year ago

But 3 levels of underground parking in a building right on the water – and in the water during hurricanes. Maybe its waterproof – new Russian technology. Good luck Vlad.

Anonymous
1 year ago

No one said that underground parking in Miami can’t be done.. it’s just very expensive to do it because of South Florida’s high water table.

NaneckiS
1 year ago

Underground parking in the condo located on the Brickell corner of this street. Floods during heavy rain, constant leaks from above, tarps placed to protect vehicles. Overall a “nightmare” scenario. We have read that UNA unique construction will avoid this problem.

Anonymous
1 year ago

In construction there are ways of building underground even in wet areas like Florida. Its a little bit more expensive to do but can be done.

Anonymous
1 year ago

I really, really like this building.

Anonymous
1 year ago

They better hurry with the process and sales before the recession hits.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Agreed

Anonymous
1 year ago

Beautiful wish it was a 100ft taller

Anonymous
1 year ago

It’ll be taller than 100ft.

POLO
1 year ago

This is a stunning looking tower. It’s a work of art!

Olga Monson
1 year ago

Thank you! Our architects designed Burj Khalifa in Dubai and many other landmark buildings all over the world.

Anonymous
1 year ago

As long as we do not have to see your 4 minute infomercials on YouTube I will be happy.

Anonymous
1 year ago

This building is the ice breaker for this area of Brickell. Will be interesting who the final buyer for the 8+ acre property hext door which has large Bay frontage. Might be a consortment of developers splitting up the property which is about the same size as all of 25th Road.You would not believe Who I think I noticed walking around the property a few weeks ago.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Who did you see??

Alfred
1 year ago

Looks pretty perfect to me, I’d like to purchase a unit. I think shall look now. Lol.

Anonymous
1 year ago

What’s up with those google reviews lol.. there’s already two 1 star ‘reviews’