The twin-tower One River Point project is still moving through the construction permitting process as of this month – six years after the permit was first applied for.
In March 2021 alone, the construction permit has been reviewed by at least six reviewers in Miami’s Building Department, records show.
The plans were checked by Mechanical, Plumbing, Gas, Public Works, and Zoning – all of which denied approval.
According to the construction permit, a total of 300 units are being built at a cost of $210,094,325.
The permit was first applied for in 2015, and has been reactivated four times since then after falling dormant.
A separate permit is pending for a phased foundation permit.
The project received FAA approval in 2019 for a height of 817 feet above ground.
Developer Kar Properties is also building the 38-story 2000 Ocean tower in Hallandale Beach, which is nearing completion.