The developer Island Gardens is asking the city to approve changes needed to build the redesigned mixed-use project.
According to documents first submitted to the city in 2018, the project is now being designed by Turkish architect Tabanlıoğlu.
Miami commissioners voted in 2019 to approve a settlement with the developer that will cost the city at least 2019, according to Globest.com.
The city has also been losing millions in tax payments, since the developer has failed to build nearly all of the project since winning the rights to the publicly owned land in 2004.
Two hotel towers are now planned – a 575 foot luxury tower with 305 rooms, and a 375 foot lifestyle tower with 300 rooms.
A trellis-covered retail center will be in between with 221,000 square feet, and a parking garage would have 1,500 spaces
The proposed changes set to be voted on would allow establishments in the retail center to serve alcohol.
Miami’s Planning, Zoning and Appeals Board is scheduled to review the proposal at a meeting on October 20.