Link at Douglas, the mixed-use, Transit Oriented Development, has reached level 15 of construction.
Shell contractor L&R Structural uploaded a progress photo of construction today.
Tower 2 at the project which is now rising will eventually reach a height of 36 stories, becoming the tallest in the area.
Co-developer 13th Floor Investments wrote that it will be the tallest structure south of Brickell.
According to a 2019 FAA filing, the building’s roof slab will reach a height of 389 feet above ground, or 404 feet above sea level. The building’s parapet will reach 393 feet above ground, or 408 feet above sea level.
The project will include 1,375 residential units, 280,000 square feet of office, and 68,000 square feet of retail.
The first phase, including the 36-story tower 2, will be complete by the end of 2021.
The Douglas Road Metrorail station is at the center of the project.
Adler Development is partners with 13th Floor on the project.
(photo: L&R Structural)
The site in March 2020, via contractor Civic Construction: