A site work permit has been filed for the $185M Riverside Wharf complex in downtown Miami, with a contractor attached.
The site work permit application was filed on October 15, and lists Moss & Associates as the contractor.
It is the latest progress on a project that is likely to transform the area.
In late July, a seawall permit was issued, with a Notice of Commencement filed for the seawall work in August.
In September, a closing party was held for The Wharf Miami to make way for the development.
Also in September, the developer signed a utilities deal with Miami-Dade’s Water & Sewer Department to supply the new development.
According to the utilities agreement completed on September 5, the new Riverside Wharf project is planned to include:
MV Real Estate Holdings in conjunction with Driftwood Capital and Merrimac Ventures are the developers.
Cube3 is the architect, with landscape design by Savino-Miller Design Studio.