New York developer Kushner Companies is moving forward with a major residential project in the downtown Miami area.
The company filed for a construction permit to begin building a 36-story tower at 2000 Biscayne. The 296-sheet set of plans were accepted by the city on July 25, records show.
A total of 393 residential units are planned, along with 5,500 square feet of ground floor retail and parking on levels 1 through 8. Previous plans showed 455 spaces.
The tower will top off at 418 feet. Total construction cost is estimated at $123.6 million, with 706,148 square feet to be built.
Miami’s Planning & Zoning Department already granted approval to plans with identical specs in 2017. Dorsky & Yue was listed as the architect then.
No contractor is listed yet on the newly filed permit.
The tower is the first of what will reportedly become multiple phases. The developer also controls additional property across the street.
The 2017 approval. It isn’t clear if Kushner will build the same design, but the specs on the new permit filing match: