Site Work Underway At 31-Story Parcel B Apartment Tower

Grand Station Partners LLC is “moving fast” to begin development of a 31-story downtown Miami apartment tower called Parcel B, according to Miami Today.

Site work is now said to be underway, with the developers having installed fencing and working on tree permits.

Records show that a construction permit is still pending approval, and has been resubmitted to the city three times, the most recent in late July.

In April, the developers said they hoped to have the construction permit approved in July, followed by an August groundbreaking.

(photo: phillip pessar)

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Anonymous
3 years ago

YES!!!!!! DEVELOPMENT REACHING THE CENTRAL BUSINESS CORE THANKS TO THE TRAIN STATION!! THIS DESOLATE AREA IS GONNA BE MIAMIS NEXT BIG GROWTH AREA!!!!! GET READY MIAMI, TIME TO CUM!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Uh, why are you SHOUTING!!!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Time to cum? WTF?!?!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Dude masturbates too much.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Remember when Mana wanted to buy this land because he owned the adjacent land?

I suppose we’ll see an announcement that he’s breaking ground on the neighboring land in 15-25 years.

Anonymous
3 years ago

55 years

Anonymous
3 years ago

If ever.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Nice infill and hope those feral cats living on that lot found a nice home.

Anonymous
3 years ago

If you’re that concerned, take em home.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Awww.. poor guy/girl has hurt feelings…..

Anonymous
3 years ago

We need more office space, not apartments

Anonymous
3 years ago

Well, get to building more office space if that’s what you want.

Anonymous
3 years ago

beautiful infill

Anonymous
3 years ago

Banana republic style corrupption. Maybe we can give some libraries and some public schools to private developers?

Parcel B is on the Bay
3 years ago

Parcel B is the 3-4 acre site on Biscayne Bay between 6th and 8th the Heat promised to renovate into a park.

Anonymous
3 years ago

The base looks good for a parking garage, despite being right next to one. Too bad the black “ribbons” around the building make it look cheap.

Anonymous
3 years ago

there goes the green space

Anonymous
3 years ago

Take a trip to the Everglades. You’ll get tired of looking at so much green space to the point where you’ll jet back to the city.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Cities need green spaces as well.

Anonymous
3 years ago

If you can’t find green space in Miami, then that mean you don’t get out much.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Green space??? Its currently a surface parking lot…the only thing I’m sad to see go is the old 1-story retail building at the southwest corner, I wish they would’ve integrated it into the development

Anonymous
3 years ago

That one story building did nothing aesthetically wise for the area or site… let it go.

Anonymous
3 years ago

No, it was a nice pocket park.

Anonymous
3 years ago

If you lust for park space that much, take a trip to Museum or Bayfront Park, they’re only a coupla blocks away from this project.

ILoveMiami
3 years ago

In his or her defense, there appears to be GREEN in the pics. I’ve never actually seen this site but judging from the photos, it does look like a park. Of course all you savvy millenials who wander the alleys downtown in search of knowledge and truth in an effort to educate the helpless masses keep us well informed. I for one, thank you.