Hint Of Activity This Month On The Skyrise Construction Permit

A construction permit was applied for earlier this year to build the Skyrise tower in downtown Miami. It then lay dormant, until this month.

Records show that someone requested to activate the permit on November 6.

Although the permit has been applied for, the actual plans for the building are still not in for review – so it remains a long way from approval.

Here’s a rundown of all the activity on the permit for this year.

On January 22, 2020, an application for a construction permit was submitted.

Then on January 27, an Arquitectonica employee filed to modify the permit and change the contractor. The new contractor is Brad Meltzer of Plaza Construction.

Sometime later in the year, the application may have expired.

On November 6, a request was made to reactivate the permit (but the actual plans still haven’t been submitted). That is the most recent activity that is visible.

The total usable area that is being built at Skyrise is listed at 115,780 square feet, with a $200m cost of construction. Here’s how it breaks down, according to the newly filed application:

  • Recreational – 85,790 square feet spread across 12 floors
  • General Commercial – 12,000 square feet on level 2
  • Juice Bar/Coffee Shop/Bakery/ Deli/Ice Cream Shop/Cigar Bar – 1,150 square feet
  • Restaurant – 4,000 square feet
  • Retail – 12,760 square feet

 

 

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Anonymous
11 months ago

Feel like I’m the only person here that likes it sometimes

Anonymous
11 months ago

Might be because you like toe nail clippers?

Anonymous
11 months ago

How can anyone not like this?!? It’s stunning and a beautiful tourist attraction. This will enrich Miami’s skyline and it will make it iconic. But what are they waiting for??? Build it already!

Anonymous
11 months ago

Just the tip

Anonymous
11 months ago

Puta

Anonymous
11 months ago

Don’t forget elysee and okan 👀

Anonymous G
11 months ago

Would be unique addition to the skyline for sure.

POLO
11 months ago

I have a fealing sooner, or later , this thing will come out of the ground.

Anonymous
11 months ago

And it will be amazing!!!!!

Anonymous
11 months ago

This is a game changer for Downtown Miami. Can’t wait!!! And I love the look of it too❤️

Anonymous
11 months ago

Hopefully once this is built, we can get rid of that idiotic wheel. Or at least we could build another one to compete the penis🤗

Anonymous
11 months ago

How much longer?

Anonymous
11 months ago

2032 start

Anonymous
11 months ago

I hope never.. this thing is ugly!

Anonymous
11 months ago

Sir, did you straighten slinkies as a kid?

Anonymous
11 months ago

No.. but I straightened your sister…..

Shawn Kouri
11 months ago

Hello. I seen pictures of some construction activity but why hasn’t anything been done. They probably have been permits filed. But why haven’t we heard about anything about this project ever cents. Just build for Pete’s sake.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Because there is no point of this project other than to erect a phallic skyscraper; pun intended. If this project had a huge ROI projected, it would have been vertical by now.

Shawn Kouri
11 months ago

OK so someone tell them to get it done. I seen pictures of the foundation and everything. I’m sure permits were already filed. When is this thing supposed to be done? Why do they keep delaying the project? Why? Why? Construction was supposed to begin in 2015 and be completed in 2018. Look at One Bayfront Plaza. They should’ve started construction years ago and they said years later that they were going to break ground in 2019 with completion in 2021 or 2022. Here we are and all they are doing is sitting around eating trash. They just got FAA approval but no building permit pending.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Hopefully they build it and hopefully they revamp Bayside Market with it.

Anonymous
11 months ago

wasn’t it originally supposed to be done by next year. LOL

Anonymous
11 months ago

i don’t like the design of this tower but i don’t want to be like The melo haters that always look at the negative side of things, this tower will bring entertainment and create jobs so it wll be positive for Miami

Anonymous
11 months ago

Well build it in South Miami or Homestead somewhere, just don’t put it front and center in downtown Miami.

Anonymous
11 months ago

You sound stupid why the hell would you build it way out there dummy!

Anonymous
11 months ago

Because it’s ugly as you are and I wouldn’t have to throw up looking at it every time I’m on the freeway.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Game Changer! Miami Winning! But Miami still needs a Gentings Resort Casino.

Anonymous
11 months ago

We could have both

Anonymous
11 months ago

Love it.
Please get the ball rolling on this one. This will definitely be a boon to downtown Miami

Anonymous
11 months ago

I’ve Looked at this structure at least 100 times an still don’t understand why people hate it so much? It’s not like there are beautiful bulidings in Miami to look at that’s any better, maybe 2 or 3 but mostly white boxes with balconies! I guess I can understand if it was residential or an office building but It’s an entertainment venue. A place you can go and have a good time so it’s not going to look like the usual buildings we see around Miami. I for one don’t mind the design but for those who don’t like it I’m interested in knowing how you think it should look?

Anonymous
11 months ago

I would rather have Genting’s resort casino.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Agree. But why not have both? If we can’t have one, than at least the other. But, the Genting resorts casino should be built without question!

Anonymous
11 months ago

The only thing holding this project up is a clear path for Berkowitz to defraud taxpayers.

Anonymous
11 months ago

TNM needs a “HaHa” choice as well as thumbs up and down.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Berkowitz taught Trump a thing or two about conning. That dude knew how gullible a lot of people were in Miami and threw up some quirky looking tower and called it “Skyrise” and lames in MiamiDade fell for it.

You’re right, Berkowitz is “defrauding and laughing” at the taxpayers of MiamiDade.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Miami will win with this one.
Build it soon.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Next updates needed:

• Okan Tower
• Waldorf Astoria

🥰

Anonymous
11 months ago

Yesterday someone asked The Next Miami to give an update on Skyrise well today they delivered! Today i’m going to ask The Next Miami to cash app me $100 to $mrflorida7 ok TNM don’t let me down!

Anonymous
11 months ago

I sent you $10!

Anonymous
11 months ago

Wow! Thanks I was wondering who sent that… I didn’t expect it but Thanks I definitely needed it!

Anonymous
11 months ago

Lmao I sent you a money request for the time I wasted reading this post

Anonymous
11 months ago

Im assuming this isnt going to happen, yay!

Anonymous
10 months ago

This doesn’t annoy me as much as that stupid wheel. That kind of tacky stuff is for Daytona or Myrtle Beach.

Anonymous
8 months ago

Hope they start this soon. Great thing for Miami.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Look.. redesign this ugly crap or scrap it.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Shows us your ideas

Anonymous
11 months ago

When the Eiffel Tower was erected, everyone thought it was ugly and they even protested against it. They lacked vision and apparently so do you🤭

Anonymous
11 months ago

If you’re comparing that ugly Skyrise crap to the Eiffel tower, then you have very pitiful taste.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Again, you find it beautiful now but it was considered ugly at conception and for the first years it was erected.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Look, the Eiffel tower was constructed in the 1800’s.. this is year 2020. The Eiffel tower is not in Downtown Paris. Funny how you don’t compare this horribly designed Skyrise tower to Toronto’s CN tower?.. or Las Vegas’s Stratosphere tower?.. and many others.

Anonymous
11 months ago

I can compare it if you want and I think this is nicer and more unique.

Anonymous
11 months ago

It’s not what I want.. you’re the one who compared this ugly duckling to the Eiffel tower. The Eiffel tower, the CN tower, and the Stratosphere tower along with the Space Needle in Seattle, all are designed to appeal for the next hundred years and many more after that into the future. This funny designed thing will get Miami laughed at for decades and decades if built.. mark my word.

Anonymous
11 months ago

At least Skyrise doesn’t just look like a giant radio/tv antenna tower.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Those needles are ugly, this is so much better.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Um yeah, sure.. go to any of those cities and ask the people there which one they would rather have.

Anonymous
11 months ago

Spoken like the human equivalent to an old pair of Adidas.

Anonymous
11 months ago

I wear Pradas

Anonymous
11 months ago

The new Island Gardens.. we’ll all be underwater before Berkowitz figures this out.

Anonymous
11 months ago

What a joke

Anonymous
11 months ago

Hopefully they get it done. I think it will look great and it will bring a ton of tourists to the area.

Anonymous
11 months ago

What, like your life?

Anonymous
11 months ago

I was really referring to the orange man you voted for.