Plans to build a 39-Story tower called Miami Station have been revised, a new rendering released by the architect shows.
The tower’s parking podium in particular has seen an enhanced and improved design, the rendering shows.
In January, developer Related Group submitted the tower to Miami’s UDRB for review.
According to those early plans, the tower was to include 200,234 square feet of leasable office space, 309 apartments, 8,508 square feet of commercial/retail space, and 510 parking spaces.
According to an Instagram post by architect ODP released last week, the tower height will now be 461 feet (the UDRB submittal listed the height at 459 feet).
The number of floors in the tower has been reduced to 39, instead of 41.
The project remains in design development, ODP wrote.
Records show that no construction permit has yet been applied for. There is also no demolition permit applied for yet (the shell of the partially built Logik Tower is still on the property).
The project site is across from the Block 55 development, which broke ground last week.
Related Group is the developer of Miami Station.
Older renderings from the January UDRB submittal:
To be demolished – former Krystal Tower site: