Demolition plans were filed with Miami’s Building Department yesterday for a site where a 104-story tower is now in the approval process.
The plans for total demolition of existing buildings at 316 NE 2 Street and 141 NE 3 Ave were filed on August 16. The Yve Hotel, and a 12-story office building are to be demolished.
Review is now underway for those two permits.
A third total demolition permit has been applied for at 130 Biscayne Boulevard, but the full plans do not yet appear to have been filed, and review has not yet begun.
AlliedBean Demolition is listed as the contractor on all three permits.
Meanwhile the pre-application for a supertall tower on the site continues to work its way through approval with Miami-Dade County.
A pre-application meeting for the 104-story tower was scheduled on August 10, and comments from county departments were continuing through this week, records show.
Preliminary plans show the tower would include 1,074 residential units, 252 hotel keys, and 1,013 parking spaces. The gross square footage is listed at 2,294,293 square feet, with the net square footage at 1,498,802 square feet.