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Work Underway At Site Where 31-Story Grand Station Tower Planned

Work Underway At Site Where 31-Story Grand Station Tower Planned

Contractors began moving dirt for the first time yesterday at the Grand Station property, where a 31-story is planned.

Records show that a construction permit is still being worked, despite being submitted multiple times since last March. The developer has now resubmitted the plans to Miami’s Building Department six times, with the most recent resubmission on November 13.

Construction cost is estimated at $41 million on the permit.

The developers already have approval from the FAA for a building height of 322 feet above ground, according to a ruling issued by the agency earlier this year.

They also have obtained approval to connect 300 apartments and 5,000 square feet of retail to the county’s water and sewer system.

Grand Station Partners is developing the property in a deal with the Miami Parking Authority, which owns the land.

 

 

 

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Downtown population will double in next 5 years.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Good info. Okay Okan Group, don’t let us down.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The city won’t move their asses to approve anything unless it’s Related or one of these other developers that’s buddy buddy with the city.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Don’t forget Milo.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Ridiculous how they already submitted it six times.

Anonymous
Anonymous

It would look better without the red cheap and nasty clutter around the windows, or if it was in an orderly pattern.

Anonymous
Anonymous

disagree. gives the bldg a little age, some maturity. Not your typical Miami light color with some balcony “variant”

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Anonymous

Nope, it’ll age terribly just like all the buildings with such disregard for architectural principles built in the past ten years.