In downtown Miami, the 49-story Society Biscayne tower is rising and has reached level 20.
Construction management firm Amicon posted a photo of progress on their Instagram feed last week.
Contractors are now pouring the typical upper floor levels and the pace of construction is now likely to move much quicker.
The lower podium includes 51,000 square feet of commercial space and a 22,000-square-foot redesigned First United Methodist Church of Miami.
The church will occupy 10 floors with its own separate entrance. The space will include a chapel, a fellowship hall, classrooms, offices, a basketball court, and a 3-story sanctuary with views of Biscayne Bay.
Above the podium, two floors of amenities and co-working space overlooking an outdoor pool deck is being built for future residents of Society Biscayne. The Society brand is known for having a high level of amenities.
Above that will be 646 apartment units. Tenants will have the choice of renting an entire apartment for themselves, or renting beds in a shared unit.
Society Biscayne will eventually reach a height of 49 stories, or 571 feet.
The 49-story tower broke ground in June 2019.
PMG and Greybrook Realty Partners are the developers.