A red tag appears to have been removed from a demolition permit for a building at the One Brickell City Centre site, according to Miami Building Department records.
Miami’s tallest office tower is planned on the site.
The demolition permit is now in revision, records show.
The Building Department originally red tagged the permit following a September 23 incident. A video posted to social media appeared to show a portion of the building falling into the roadway during demolition.
In a statement on September 25, the city announced the red tag, saying it would only be removed after a new demolition plan was approved, along with a raft of new safety measures.
Future demolition work would only be permitted at night and with lane closures, the statement said.
There’s also another building on the site planned for demolition at 799 Brickell Plaza. A demolition permit for that building was applied for separately and is still in review.
The new construction permit for the office tower was applied for in July and is also still in review.