A phased construction permit now appears to be pending for the 42-story Miami Station tower.
Building Department records show an application for a Phased Class I Full Vertical permit was created on April 26.
Coastal Construction is listed as the contractor.
The main construction permit for the tower was first created in December 2021, and also lists Coastal as the contractor.
In February 2023, Chicago-based developer The John Buck Company – Florida Value Partners, and BH Group with PEBB Enterprises purchased the site for $39.5 million. The property had been marketed as being shovel ready.
Also in February, the construction permit was reactivated, with a note saying that drawings will be ready for cycle 2 of review.
In March, equipment was spotted at the site, possibly conducting soil testing.
A demolition permit for the site was issued in early 2022.
The Miami Station property is entitled for the development of 301 residential units, 244,000 square feet of office, and just over 7,000 square feet of retail.
ODP is the design architect.