Demolition is about to begin in Brickell to make way for the ultra-modern 46-story Una tower.
Representatives of the developer told The Next Miami that demolition of an older building on the site will begin this month. A sales center currently on the property will also close this month.
An 11-story building with 61 residential units (including the sales center) from 1971 is being demolished. Developers Oko Group and Cain International paid $48 million for the property.
There will not be an implosion. Instead, the older building will be excavated floor by floor and dismantled with a gripper.
Interest and sales of condo units at Una continue to be strong. A total of 135 condo units are being sold.
Una will rise 613 feet, with architecture by the same firm that designed the world’s tallest tower, Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture.