Downtown Miami’s One River Point towers will be be built after all, and two additional phases will be added to the project, the developer announced last week.
One River Point is planned as two 60-story, 817-foot towers, designed by architect Rafael Viñoly. The two towers are to include a combined 300 units.
City records show that the project has been actively moving through the construction permitting process over the past few months. The construction permit was first applied for in 2015, but is still not approved.
In addition to the riverfront One River Point parcel, developer KAR Properties owns two additional parcels that can be developed.
The two parcels are north of the Ivy and Wind condo buildings.
Previous plans for the two northern parcels from the early 2000s included a 45-story tower and 22-story tower. At the time, the 22-story tower was proposed to have offices while the 45-story tower would have been residential.