A phased vertical construction permit has been approved for a major downtown Miami apartment tower, according to Building Department records.
The phased permit was approved on October 12, and issued on October 13. It was originally applied for about a year ago, in October 2022.
According to the main building permit it is attached to, a total of 680 multi-family rental units are now being built in the first tower, along with 5,356 square feet of retail and five floors of parking. The main construction permit is still in review.
Eventually, the project will include two 43-story towers, according to a UDRB filing, with a combined:
7,984 square feet of retail
336 parking spaces
John Moriarty is listed as the contractor on the permit.