The city of Miami has fully approved a construction permit for Kushner Companies’ 2000 Biscayne apartment tower.
The developer also appears to have hired Balfour Beatty Construction as the general contractor for the tower.
Records show that the construction permit was approved in early July. Last week, the permit was modified to add Balfour Beatty as the general contractor.
The construction permit was first applied for in July 2019, and took two years to approve.
The 2000 Biscayne tower is planned to rise 36 stories, or 408 feet above ground. The FAA has approved the height.
It will include 393 rental apartments, 455 parking spaces, and 4,569 square feet of retail.
Kushner is also planning two more towers across the street at 1900 Biscayne with another 756 apartments. There doesn’t appear to be any construction permit pending for those buildings yet, however.