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.

 

 

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Anonymous
8 months ago

Turtles are slow, but, Miami’s Building Department has them beat.

Anonymous
8 months ago

Y’all do know that sometimes developers let permit applications sit in limbo? When investors back out or market conditions change, developers may let applications sit instead of withdrawing to save time down the line. Think of every single pipe dream project that has been proposed and never built. It’s more common than most think. Not everything is the government’s fault.

Anonymous
8 months ago

“Not everything is the government’s fault.”

But in Miami, there’s an exception to the rule.

Anonymous
8 months ago

Thank God this was in an Opportunity Zone or no one would have ever built on this block adjacent to billions of dollars of other investment. /sarcasm

Anonymous
8 months ago

Yes thank G

Anonymous
8 months ago

No strings were pulled interesting

Anonymous
8 months ago

This will probably not happen. But someone else will buy and develop in the end.
I highly doubt delays are do to city government, most likely developer stalling.

Anonymous
8 months ago

Project is Currently Dead

Robin stan
8 months ago

Now that’s a pretty interesting podium treatment with the siding and the road fitting curve; it’s also nice that the tower holds that same curve.

Anonymous
8 months ago

Good, don’t build that ugly hunk of shi……

Anonymous G
8 months ago

Love this building. I hope that it will be built one day.

Shawn Kouri
8 months ago

Get the permits approved man!!! What are you waiting for? Tell the city that.

Anonymous
8 months ago

Miami keeps winning with these modern new buildings!

Anonymous
8 months ago

Trump 2020

Anonymous
8 months ago

Apparently “2020” was the expiration date.

Anonymous
8 months ago

LOL

Anonymous
8 months ago

“Apparently “2020” was the expiration date.”

Dang.. I must admit, you beat me to it, that was one helluva comeback.

Anonymous
8 months ago

You need help.

Anonymous
8 months ago

TRUMP TO JAIL 2021!

Anonymous
8 months ago

Trump thinks the Oval Office belongs to him…

Anonymous
8 months ago

Biden win because the vote fraud

Anonymous
8 months ago

YAWN…

Anonymous
8 months ago

And you can inject bleach to kill the Covid virus in you. I know you believe that because Trump told you that to.

Anonymous
8 months ago

Troll!