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: