A total demolition permit has just been approved and issued for the One Brickell City Centre near-supertall site.
Miami Building Department records show that the permit was approved on Friday July 7, and issued later that afternoon.
The permit was first applied for on January 20, and took over six months before it was approved.
According to the newly approved demolition permit, total demolition of 221,243 square feet is planned, at an estimated cost of $1.35m.
Alpha Wrecking Group is listed as the contractor.
A separate demolition permit is still in review for a second building at 799 Brickell Plaza, which sits on part of the One Brickell City Centre footprint.
One Brickell City Centre is planned to rise 59 stories, or 977 feet, according to a UDRB application – just a few feet shy of supertall status.
The project will be mostly office space, with a restaurant and rooftop helipad.
Related Companies and Swire Properties are the developers.
Set to be demolished:
Renderings of the new One Brickell City Centre: