Digging is already underway at the Brickell site which was approved for a three-tower project by Miami’s Urban Development Review Board last week.
There doesn’t appear to be any construction permit either active or pending for the site however, so the activity is likely exploratory.
Developer Mast Capital appears to be moving quickly on the project. Three towers will rise at the same time, an attorney for the developer said last week.
In addition, the developer instructed architects to design the project without requiring any exceptions from the Miami 21 Zoning code, likely making the approval process much faster.
The UDRB voted unanimously last week to recommend Miami’s Planning Department approve the project.
Three towers will rise 80, 59 and 50 stories, with a total of 1,255 residential units. The tallest tower will have condos, with the two other towers being built as rental apartments.
Mast has said they expect to begin construction by late 2022. Financing is already in place.
(photo: Paul Vereshchetin)