In Brickell, signs have just been installed at the site where a developer is planning a 61-story tower called Brickell Gateway.
According to the signs, ultra-luxury apartments are planned, along with retail.
Logos for developers Gazit Horizons and Atlantic Pacific Communities are seen on the signs.
In July, Miami-Dade Planners issued an approval letter for the project after it passed through Administrative Site Plan Review.
In August, the developers completed a utilities agreement for 504 apartments and 18,287 square feet of retail. A garage with 344 parking spaces is also planned as part of the project, plans filed with the county show.
Also in August, the FAA issued approval for a permanent tower height of 761 feet above ground, or 772 feet above sea level.
Corwil is the architect.
(photos: Rob Newcorn)
The site, where demolition was completed last year: