Total Demolition Permit Issued For One Bayfront Plaza Supertall Site

Miami’s Building Department issued a total demolition permit for the One Bayfront Plaza site yesterday.

The permit was approved on March 27. It remained approved but unissued until June 25..

A 19-story office building occupying a full city block in the heart of downtown Miami is being demolished to make way for a supertall tower.

Demolition is estimated to take between 9 months and a year.

The owner of the property is planning a landmark 1,049-foot supertall tower on the site, with offices, a convention hotel, residences, and a shopping mall.

 

 

 

 

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Make Miami Great Again!
24 days ago

Release the building renderings NOW! I want to salivate! Haha

Anonymous
24 days ago

Miami changing.

Anon
24 days ago

Why so slow to demolish this? Obviously this is in the middle of the city, but surely it can be done faster than this, no? the small office tower being demolished @ 1428 brickell is moving very fast.

Anonnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn
24 days ago

Faster = nearly killing ppl like One BCC

Anonymous
24 days ago

IKR, the Everglades Hotel took seconds to demolish by implosion, and should have been restored instead. It would have been a great Waldorf Astoria, with the next block north of course being the residences being constructed today.

Anonymous
23 days ago

FECR has been slow walking this alleged project for literally decades anyway. Why hurry now?

Anonymous
24 days ago

Any news on the final design for this tower?

Anonymous
24 days ago

Finally, time to get rid of this eyesore

Alpina
24 days ago

…a year?? block by block probably…only in Miami

Anonymous
24 days ago

Yup, and it’s pretty much only in Miami has its skyline changed so drastically in so short a time.

Anonymous
24 days ago

What a shame they didn’t get to sue the “artists” responsible for that disgusting graffiti.

Anonymous
24 days ago

The graffiti was done on purpose for Art Basel.

Anonymous
24 days ago

Only the same event that calls a banana duct taped to a wall “art” could call locust vandal markings the same.

Not true
23 days ago

I emailed the mayor complaining about the graffiti because it leads to more graffiti. Case in point within a couple of days the office building across the street got tagged. I ended up speaking with him after my follow up email and he told me it’s not tolerated blah blah blah. It’s also why the building owner was being fined until the graffiti was removed.

Anonymous
23 days ago

Yes, I’m aware, but it was completely unauthorized.

Anonymous
24 days ago

Love the new Flagler block parties! Downtown is experiencing a renaissance

???
24 days ago

It only took 20 years to finally get the ball rolling

Wall Street South
24 days ago

Miami > NYC….NYC wishes they could build this much

ulok
24 days ago

they already have and much better quality finishes and design. nobody perceptive person would ever mistake trashy downtown and Brickell for Manhattan.

glue kid
24 days ago

*no perceptive person, lol. ironic, but kinda true

Miamians
24 days ago

NYC who?? Stop comparing them to us, we’re vastly different and have different cultures/values than them.

Anonymous
24 days ago

If it’s so much better than NYC, why chose a moniker like “Wall Street South?”

Anonymous
24 days ago

This site is taking an eternity to build something

Anonymous
24 days ago

I know we are the “6th Borough”. but we really need to stop referencing Manhattan.
We are Miamians and strong – so much better with our breezes.

No more big buildings
22 days ago

I like the graffiti building the way it is. Put more graffiti on buildings.

Street Graffiti is Degenerate
12 days ago

Nah, beauty is objective and isn’t akin to a bunch of scribbly lines. Graffiti isn’t art — it’s degenerate child-like drawings o based on a letter. Moreover, and more importantly, it 100% devalues property.