Related Applies For Construction Permit At 42-Story Miami Station

Another big office and residential project is moving forward in downtown Miami.

Last week, an affiliate of developer Related Group filed plans to begin building the 42-story Miami Station tower, city Building Department records show.

The plans were filed March 1. The developers are using private providers for review, which speeds the process but is more expensive.

A demolition permit to clear the site was already approved by the city in February.

According to the construction permit, Miami Station will include:

  • 301 multifamily rental units (levels 23 to 40)
  • 247,322 square feet of office (levels 11 to 21)
  • 6 floors of parking
  • 5,951 square feet of ground floor retail

A tower height of 523 feet is listed under the multi-family estimates.

Total hard construction cost is estimated at $127,352,051.

Coastal Construction is listed as the contractor.

PRH Miami Central, LLC is listed as the developer.

 

 

The most recent renderings of Miami Station from architect ODP:


 

To be demolished – the shell of the former Krystal Tower:

 

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Anonymous
2 months ago

This area is going to be tied into the most vibrant area in the next few years. Offices, retail, restaurants and residential units. A major win for downtown/overtown

Original
2 months ago

Yes.. I wanna see it tied to the hospital area and clean past the Marlins Stadium along with Coconut Grove.

Anonymous
2 months ago

The major streets crisscrossing Marlins Stadium have potential for quality mid-rise development, hopefully with less parking if Metrorail is ever extended east-west.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Way too much dysfunction for this to ever happen sadly…

Anonymous
2 months ago

Tied to Coconut Grove when what separates it from Brickell is low-rise wealthy neighborhoods where people who doesn’t want to live in a high-rise (especially a crappy Related one) live? Dream on…

Anonymous
2 months ago

Brickell still will be the best area to live

Anonymous
2 months ago

New Overtown will be waaaay different than old Overtown. Winning!

Anonymous
2 months ago

Only a matter of time before everything is 40 stories or more. With public transportation essentially downstairs, it only makes sense

Original
2 months ago

The more towers they build, the more movie makers will come knocking.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Everything is filming more in Atlanta. I don’t know about Miami gonna get that chance

Original
2 months ago

“I don’t know”

That’s right, you don’t know.

Anonymous
2 months ago

It’s all about government incentives

Original
2 months ago

How would you know that if you’ve never lived in old Overtown?

Anonymous
2 months ago

I actually grew up in old Overtown but excited to see a positive change to the area that once was. How did you assume I did not live in old Overtown?

Original
2 months ago

Because there has been no “positive change” to Overtown. The freeways they built destroyed whatever vitality the area was generating. I drive through there now and see homeless encampments. Twenty years ago, I never saw homelessness in Overtown like I see now.

Not Anonymous
2 months ago

the highway was there 20 years ago.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Overtown was already in decline before I-95 was built in the late 1950s. Most people who had the chance to move out when to Liberty City, and then Miami Gardens and the Northside area when segregation ended.

Original
2 months ago

^ Somebody who don’t have a clue to what he’s talking about. I-95 was being built in Overtown in the early to mid 1960’s.

Not Anonymous
2 months ago

why are you replying to yourself saying that you have no clue about what you are talking about

Anonymous
2 months ago

They also went to Allapahtah.

Overtown was cramped and over crowded throughout the 1960’s due to horrible Jim Crow laws and detestable politicians keeping that neighborhood’s boundaries from expanding outward. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_mayors_of_Miami

In the early 1960’s and throughout the civil rights era, people who had the means to do so moved out to less cramped and crowded areas.

The “highway is racist” myth does not pass the common sense test.

Anonymous
2 months ago

The “highway destroyed Overtown” is an Urban Legend.
NPR can’t stop making that cause and effect connection, but that isn’t really the reason.

Correlation DOES NOT equal causation.

Original
2 months ago

Sheesshhh….

Read:

thenewtropic.com › miami-overtown-i95

Anonymous
2 months ago

I’d bet this goes up extremely fast

Melo is sigma and Chad
2 months ago

Finally that lot gets developed and adds density to the brightline area. Easy access to pub subs and chick fil a.

Elpit Onaso
2 months ago

Right on chad! 🤙🏼

Anon
2 months ago

The best project in brickell/downtown

Conno Sir
2 months ago

Yes, a truly interesting building
Hope it gets started soon

Anonymous
2 months ago

Its technically located in Overtown

eymay
2 months ago

I wouldn’t say this is the best project but it is much needed (and great location too)

Elpit Onaso
2 months ago

Now this is what a good looking building looks like. Very modern, yet classy. I’m tired of seeing all these painted stucco buildings with resemblance of the Soviet era.

Anonymous
2 months ago

This is a very nice looking building.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Not bad for the area, but for a box that looks like one of MWC’s disappointment buildings except with a gimmicky zig-zag, it would be a disappointment at MWC and many other places.

Original
2 months ago

I guess you would prefer the unfinished skeleton of a building that’s been there now for over ten years?

Jack
2 months ago

Not sure if I would want to live in an office building… Yeah residential is apart of it but it looks like an office building. I always felt that was a weird combination… you live in the same building people also work in an have access to some of the amenities.