Foundation Permit Issued Yesterday For One Brickell Site

A foundation permit is now active for the One Brickell site, after being issued yesterday.

The permit allows for excavation, piles, and site and soil improvement, with a value estimated at $1.5 million. It was approved November 21, and issued November 28.

A master building permit allowing for vertical construction of the 506-unit One Brickell Tower 2 was approved for the same property on November 10, but hasn’t yet been pulled by the contractor.

John Moriarty is listed as the contractor on both permits.

Both permits are for work at 77 Southeast 5th Street.

 

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Anonymous
2 months ago

Complete the riverwalk!!!

Anonymous
2 months ago

Yes, with a large-scale promenade and amphitheater / event space on ground level for enjoying the views. Like the new one posted about today in Coconut Grove.

As good as it gets
2 months ago

Is this the Baccarat project.
I’m confused.

Kitty W.
2 months ago

You’re confused because it’s the wrong photo, darling.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Your confused because Baccarat/Related never show all three towers

RenRich
2 months ago

Have yet to see the shorter tower supposedly under construction.

Casey
2 months ago

So are they doing two of three buildings at the start?

Anonymous
2 months ago

Yes.

Nunya
2 months ago

So this fucks Baccarat?

Anonymous
2 months ago

How many different renderings are there for one project???? I agree it’s a bit confusing

Anonymous
2 months ago

I see the same jagged monstrosities since this was One Brickell in 2015.

Confused
2 months ago

“One Brickell” Tower 2?

Diego
2 months ago

What happened with that excavation there? Didn’t they find another indigenous circle?

Melo is sigma and Chad
2 months ago

About time, another fine addition to the Miami River.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Another Related eyesore, which along with Icon Brickell, bookends what should have been an elegant gateway to Brickell, comparable to what the Wrigley Building and Tribune Tower are to Chicago’s Magnificent Mile.

Anonymous
2 months ago

There’s still another gateway to Brickell if you want to try to do something better – it’s the corner of 8th street and sw 3rd Avenue, and it’s where most visitors and residents enter Brickell.

There’s a few low rise old strip malls that seem out of place now. You could make a few grand statement buildings there, visible from all of Miami and those coming, going or passing by.

calivalle
2 months ago

3 Towers and a tunnel would be just fine, Its a nightmare when the bridge goes up..