Site & Soil Permit Filed At Baccarat Hotel & Residences Site

A construction permit application was submitted today for work at the Baccarat Hotel & Residences site in Brickell (also known as One Brickell).

The new permit filing this morning is for site and soil improvements, with an estimated construction cost of $1.5 million.

John Moriarty and Associates is listed as the contractor, while Related Group is listed as the owner.

There are multiple other permits for the site already being processed by Miami’s Building Department.

One construction permit is for a 506-unit, 47-story multi-family tower. There was also a request for a phased foundation permit for that tower, but that was denied on July 26.

Separately, there is another construction permit in review for a 352-unit, 73-story tower.

 

 

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Anonymous
1 month ago

This will be the most beautiful bridge in the USA, with the three towers of Icon Brickell, the three towers of Baccarat on one side and, on the other, Epic, Aston Martin and the three towers of the Hyatt.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Should be a tunnel with waterfront pedestrian accessibility on both sides…

Anonymous
1 month ago

The bridge is historic. Keep it for pedestrians and local traffic, and the tunnel for through traffic.

Anonymous
1 month ago

That makes no sense

Anonymous
1 month ago

Bleh on the south side, but will look fantastic on the north side, assuming the Hyatt proposal will develop according to the renderings.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Icon Brickell should not be mentioned in that sentence. It was a mediocre looking building in its prime. Now it just looks old and run down.

Hail Mary
1 month ago

Great to hear! That said, for such prominent buildings like these, I find their design kinda boring. We haven’t seen the backside yet for a reason.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Aston Martin design is not boring, it’s stunning!

Robin Stan
1 month ago

You can see if you look at the plans for Baccarat it appears to be an external circulation corridor, so it’ll probably look similar to that of Icon Bay or the Paraiso buildings.

Anonymous
1 month ago

In other words, boring.

Tropics
1 month ago

I’m so confused by this project I can’t tell if it’s one tower or up to 3

Mmmm
1 month ago

It’s 3 in phases.

Yeppers
1 month ago

What about the Snickers wrappers buried there from 1999?

Paleontologist rex
1 month ago

Yup, we are studying and using new technology to verify what idiot dinosaur or caveman dropped that wrapper. For example, tyrannosaurus or idiotsaurus rex or maybe Lucy the cave woman..

Paleontologist rex
1 month ago

Yup, we are studying and using new technology to verify what idiot dinosaur or caveman dropped that wrapper. For example, tyrannosaurus or idiotsaurus rex or maybe Lucy the cave woman..

Anonymous
1 month ago

That’s all great and everything, but will they include a rooftop soccer field?

nobody
1 month ago

imagine losing that ball, lol

Anonymous
1 month ago

It will have a Metromover extension to the top, and dedicated bike lane bridges between each tower.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Wow
That would be great.
Will it still be free?

Marisela Perdomo
1 month ago

How can all this builders have permitted, this is no NYC, we don’t have infrastructure to support Al this construction, there is a terrible traffic already in Brickell I don’t want to imagine this future, this is insane against humanity
Money is a perdition for humanity

Anonymous
1 month ago

If you’re afraid about where the city is going, move to West Virginia then. Trust me, nobody will miss you.

Marisela
1 month ago

Really… I am not thinking in my self..
I am thinking in the human ,the family and the environment … probably you have other interest