Phased Foundation Permit Issued At 47-Story One Brickell Site

A phased foundation permit has been issued at the One Brickell site.

The foundation permit for One Brickell Tower II was issued on June 2 to contractor John Moriarty, building department records show.

Also on June 2, a historic-preservation planner granted conditional approval for the full vertical construction permit.

According to the construction permit, One Brickell Tower II will rise 47 stories, or 476 feet, and include 506 multifamily rental units.

The construction permit application was first submitted around 18 months ago, in December 2020.

There is a separate construction permit for the adjacent Baccarat Condo tower, which is still in review.

The Baccarat tower will rise 73 stories, or 835 feet, with 352 living units, the construction permit filing states.

 

 

The project site last week:

 

 

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Rainey411
20 days ago

With this building, Aston Martin, Epic, and the proposed Hyatt project, this area around Brickell Bridge will be a sea of glass towers, will be amazing to see in 5-7 years.

Anonymous
20 days ago

Which one is Brickell Tower I?

Seabass
19 days ago

Thats what I was wondering.. I thought this site was for Baccarat

Anonymous
20 days ago

Meanwhile One River Point… tictoc, tictoc

Terry
20 days ago

I don’t think River Pointe will happen. It’ll be surrounded by buildings. Well…. If it’s super tall , maybe great views over the 45th floor. Mint , Ivy, Wind, Lofty. , Baccarat , Hyatt project ….will limit any great views.

RAIN
19 days ago

One River Point started sales in 2016 and later returned all deposits. Why does anyone still thinks this dead project is alive!

Anonymous
19 days ago

I live there (Ivy), and they are still promoting this project (at least they put images and stuff)

RAIN
19 days ago

The images are old and they don’t have a staff in the sales office selling the project.

They call me...
19 days ago

I remember when that Riverfront site was being pushed as the Marlins Stadium site.
That would have been crazy cool.

Melo’s pájaro nalgon
19 days ago

They need to move that electrical substation somewhere else. That’s a $100 million lot right on the river.

Anonymous
19 days ago

Probably more than that…

Jeff Stryker
20 days ago

There’s no renderings of the building floating around?

hawk
20 days ago

see earlier articles. This entire project is 3 buildings all with the same style of facade. The tallest is the Baccarat Residences.

Jeff Stryker
20 days ago

Right, thanks for clarifying.

Terry
20 days ago

No. The tallest building, will be forward , on Brickell ave. On the south east portion of the lot . ( the current Capital Grill office building ). It will be hotel / condo & will be about 80 stories high

Anonymous
20 days ago

Well it’s an Aquitectonica designed building, so close your eyes and just guess how it looks and nine out ten times you do it, you’re right.

Anonymous
20 days ago

A rectangular building covered in glass with balconies painted in white, gray, or blue?

Anonymous
20 days ago

ding ding ding ding… you pass go!

Spell it Right
20 days ago

Yes
Don’t forget that balconies need to galavant to complete the signature

They call me...
19 days ago

The balconies are state of the art frame less glass. They are exceptional.

Anonymous
19 days ago

Another beaut (turd) from Arquitectonica.

hawk
20 days ago

click on the tags to find earlier articles

Anonymous
20 days ago

“a historic-preservation planner granted conditional approval for the full vertical construction permit”

Geezzz I wonder how developers get anything done in this town with all the these hoops to jump through.

Ciparoo
20 days ago

*Looks around* Guess the developers are doing just fine?

Anonymous
19 days ago

And just think how much better they can be doing they’ll go through if they didn’t have to wait until some “historic-preservation planner grant conditional approval” for a full vertical construction permit…

Anonymous
19 days ago

Beautiful old pre-war buildings are being destroying in this city left and right, and historic preservation planners are busy reviewing approvals over some uncovered bones and pointed sticks? Sad…

Truth Matters
19 days ago

Best comment of the week.

Anonymous
19 days ago

HISTORIC PRESERVATION BOARD:

The Historic Preservation Board meets monthly and is tasked with designating archaeological and historic sites, reviewing permits for the alteration or renovations of historic structures, and weighing in on important historic preservation issues around the county through resolutions.

So there you go!.. they got the power from the county commissioners in MiamiDade to f__k with any project “they” deem important and do it as long as they want to.

lol…

Melo is sigma and chad
20 days ago

About time it makes progress and did they even say if those teeth were carbon dated to be only decades old or thousands of years old ?

Anonymous
19 days ago

Compared to the proposed Hyatt redevelopment, absolute shite architecture.

Jeremey Howlett
19 days ago

I sure hope phased foundation permits are not a NEW thing in Miami.

They call me...
19 days ago

I don’t understand why that’s a problem. Doesn’t that expedite the development time?

SP
19 days ago

At this rate, the skyline from Brickell to Midtown will be seamless….

Anonymous
19 days ago

I wish they would let developers extend the skyline for at least four more blocks northward.

Scott S.
18 days ago

Does anyone know the boundaries of where the 1,049′ FAA height limit ends? If a developer wanted to go to, say, 1,250″, how far north or south of downtown and Brickell would he have to build?

MIA Move
17 days ago

All the Miami development looks great! I am not from Miami, but hope to move there with my wife & son. Need to do some more planning and applying for jobs. I love reading the articles on this website as it gets me excited! Hope it works out

Melo’s pájaro nalgon
16 days ago

Is this bacarrat tower? I thought it supposed to be 75 stories