Partial Demolition Permit Applied For At Former Omni Property

An application for partial demolition at the former Omni property has been submitted.

The demolition permit was applied for on November 2 and has not been completed, with plans not yet submitted and fees unpaid.

Partial demolition of 243,994 square feet is planned, the permit application states.

The total cost is estimated at $600,000.

BDI Construction is listed as the contractor.

 

 

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Joe CARollo
23 days ago

The bigger the wrecking ball the better for this outdated, useless eyesore…

Aye
23 days ago

Agreed

BDub
23 days ago

Too bad it’s not total demolition.

Downtowner
23 days ago

I would be happy to see just about anything take the place of that part of the property. It’s absolutely depressing to look at.

Rick
22 days ago

Anything but a Casino!

Melo is sigma and Chad
23 days ago

What part will be demo though

Anonymous
23 days ago

I think is the nothern part of the complex that will be demolish first.

Him
23 days ago

I’m going to assume the portion on 17th terrace the old JCPenney location. However I’ve been wrong before.

Anonymous
23 days ago

Partial? They need to fully demolish that turd

Anonymous
23 days ago

gentings brilliant….demolish the northeast parcel then sell it to a developer to build a tower…thats my guess….

Yet Another Anonymous
23 days ago

Hopefully after they destroy most or all of it they at least keep the Metromover Omni station connection this neighborhood is actually named for..

Anonymous
23 days ago

They should take the opportunity to run it up into Wynwood while this demo and subsequent construction is going on there anyhow

Anonymous
23 days ago

Totally, if we could get the mover to expand at least to just 20th St, that would be a total game changer

Anonymous
23 days ago

You getting a free shortbus to your overpriced bar doesn’t merit it. Metrorail, Coastal Link stops, or ever a streetcar, have better capacity and will actually take cars off the road.

Anonymous
23 days ago

Should have been demolished twenty years ago in its entirely, and including the hotel today when you consider the Hyatt will be redeveloped.

Anonymous
22 days ago

Should have never been built.

anonymous
23 days ago

When you walk past the north side of the old JCP building it smells like a paris pissoir.

nobody
23 days ago

bring back the carousel after

Anonymous
23 days ago

what are they going to build there ?

Fern
23 days ago

No plans have been submitted

Michael
23 days ago

When it opened i was working at jordan marsh in the display dept

Anonymous
22 days ago

Those walls must be full of coke and peo from the 80s