A presentation to Miami’s Historic and Environmental Preservation Board is scheduled today on the 444 Brickell archaeological dig.
The main architectural finding to date is postholes in the ground, and “one or possibly two circles,” the presentation shows, according to Local10. The postholes represent a foundation of homes, the report said.
Hundreds of archaeologists have been working to excavate the site, with reporting done on a weekly basis to officials.
The HEPB could vote at the meeting on a possible historic designation.
Three towers are planned on the property, rising as tall as 80 stories.
The first tower is already under construction, in an area where there haven’t been any archaeological findings.
Representatives of a neighborhood association, which represents owners who want their views preserved, will also be present at the meeting.
Last week, Jorge Perez, founder of developer Related Group, wrote in the Herald that they intend to proceed to build a “world-class” residential complex on the Miami River in Brickell.