A site work permit has just been approved at the Brickell property where the 80-story Cipriani Residences is planned.
The permit was approved on June 14, Building Department records show.
Moss & Associates is the contractor attached to the permit.
The permit is for excavation/piles/site and soil improvement, with an estimated value of $3,436,000.
A separate permit for vertical construction of the tower itself doesn’t yet appear to have been issued.
On an adjacent site where multiple rental towers are planned, both site work and vertical permits still appear to be in review. Tree permits for both sites have been approved.
The 80-story Cipriani Residences tower is planned at a height of 940 feet above ground, or 950 feet feet above sea level.
The rental apartment towers are planned at 50 and 60 stories with a maximum height of 693 feet above ground, or 710 feet above sea level.
The combined three towers are planned to include:
Cipriani Residences recently unveiled its highest tier of living, with 6 penthouses and 70 high-floor luxury residences, called The Canaletto Collection.
Penthouse 1, is listed at $3,333 per square foot, which the developers say is a record price for Brickell.
It includes 4,888 square feet of interior space and 4,333 square feet of outdoor terrace, and features four bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms.
Completion is expected in 2026, the developers said last week.
New renderings of The Canaletto Collection:
(images: The Boundary)
The site on a recent night: