Kushner’s 2000 Biscayne Construction Permit Still In Review After 16 Months

Kushner Companies is planning  a 36-story apartment tower as the first of multiple projects planned in the downtown Miami area, but they still haven’t been issued a construction permit by the city of Miami.

Records show that the construction permit was filed for in July 2019, and plans were submitted the same month.

16 months later, the permit still hasn’t been issued by Miami’s Building Department.

Several departments completed their review of the plans in October 2020, city records show, but corrections are still required.

Separately, a tree permit for the property has also still not been approved.

No construction contractor is listed on the permit.

Kushner is also planning another two towers across the street at 1900 Biscayne. Records show that properties were still being assembled for the project earlier this year.

The company was once run by Jared Kushner, the son-in-law of President Donald Trump. It is still run by the Kushner family.