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Photos: Soil Testing At Site Where Oko Plans 712-Foot Tower

Photos: Soil Testing At Site Where Oko Plans 712-Foot Tower

Soil testing appears to be underway across from Brickell City Centre, on property owned by Russian developer Vladislav Doronin’s OKO Group.

Last month, the developer demolished a building on the property. Previously, a 70-story tower was announced for the site.

OKO has the 56-story Missoni Baia under construction in Edgewater, and owns another waterfront Edgewater property purchased from the Jesuits in 2016 for $54 million. They have also launched sales for the 45-story Una condo tower in Brickell, on property that was purchased for $48 million.

 

 

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Something tells me this “soil testing” is gonna take a soooome time and will most likely be finished when the condo market in Miami comes back in a few years after all this current available condo inventory is abosorbed…..

Anonymous
Anonymous

Russian owned Turkish company or what?

Anonymous
Anonymous

In Soviet Russia, soil tests you.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Please make it office! Thanks for your consideration.

Anonymous
Anonymous

When the chicken kitchen gets tore down then it I know they’re ready to build a tower.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Gotta a feeling this will get build.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I happen to be by Missoni Baia site every week, and as recently as 4 days ago there was no activity there. Don’t know what the author means by “under construction” since nothing is being constructed.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Did they miss the memo about the market downturn?

Anonymous
Anonymous

More Una, less Missoni Baia here, please.

Anonymous
Anonymous

More of everything please.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yes!