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24-Hour Construction As Hollo Hits Accelerator At 82-Story Panorama Tower

24-Hour Construction As Hollo Hits Accelerator At 82-Story Panorama Tower

Tibor Hollo’s Florida East Coast Realty is rushing to get the 82-story Panorama Tower out of the ground and will accelerate the pace of construction.

Crews working on piling installation at the site will soon begin 24-hour shifts, an increase from the current 16-hour work day.

FECR is targeting a mid-2017 opening date.

 

 

 

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Ed
Ed

Hmmmm…this is a direct violation of the city noise ordinance.
Could they possibly have gotten a special exemption? I wonder if the city/developer spoke to the management and residents of the Mark, Oakwood, JW Marriot etc. whose bedrooms are all within earshot of the construction? My guess is not.

Anonymous
Anonymous

There’s always someone looking to create problems. Shut up.

John
John

agreed, please welcome to a city

Anonymous
Anonymous

Bahhaha noise ordinance. There is at least 5 projects in Miami that are or were running 24 hrs do you really think they give a s×it about the residents!

Gordon Lee
Gordon Lee

Then what’s the point of a noise ordinance that has as one of it’s provisions a section prohibiting 24 hour construction?

Luchiano Montero
Luchiano Montero

Dear Ed,
First of All, We live In a city and those are things that you’re just going to have to deal with. In my opinion, this was an excellent idea because the faster a skyscraper is built, the faster we can start on NEW Projects.

Ed
Ed

Dear Luchiano,

If this is such an “excellent” idea as you say, then you rent an apartment at the Mark facing the site for the next two years. Then after you are awakened by the back-up sirens at 2am, nightly concrete pours, are blinded by flood lights at all hours of the night, have construction dust cover your car, are blocked in traffic from constant lane closures and street detours, have flat tires in your car from the construction, etc etc etc. then you get back to me about how “excellent” your idea is.

You may never have heard, but there is such as thing as RESPONSIBLE construction with REASONABLE construction hours that balances the needs of city/developer with those of the surrounding residents.

Luchiano Montero
Luchiano Montero

Dear Ed,
I’ve lived in 2 buildings in the past 19 years and so far I haven’t had any problems and Yes they have both been near construction work. I understand completely where you are coming from, but theirs Not much that we can do.

b2downtown
b2downtown

i’ve learned the hard way that the city basically allows anything

Luchiano Montero
Luchiano Montero

I wouldn’t be so sure of that! In fact, Miami is considered being one of the strictest cities in the U.S towards buildings Height. Find out yourself: I have literally Lost count of how many skyscrapers that have been proposed in the city of Miami that were 1,000 Feet or Higher, but the FAA Always ends up reducing the Height of every building. Theirs NOT 1 SKYSCRAPER in the City of Miami that reaches 1,000 feet!

Developers are in jail
Developers are in jail

The reason at least one of the prior 1,000′ tall towers was not built is because the two proposed developers are in jail. For tax evasion. Plus, the vacancy rate downtown hardly justifies massive new construction. Plus, you have more salesmen who want to pave the downtown park site east of the AA Arena called Parcel B. More concrete?

William
William

I live next door to the site and can confirm that Saturday night and all Sun there was nobody insight, so not 24/7 construction