Construction appears to have been delayed by title issues. A permit was applied for last year, but was not approved. The project site spans multiple folios, and AMLI has obtained a tentative replat (including a street closure). A covenant in lieu of unity of title was filed on February 28.
According to the permit, 512 apartments are being built, with a construction value of $114 million. The tallest building tops off at 14 stories (a height restriction was placed on the deed to protect the views in Midtown).
In order to access Midtown Miami, residents will need to cross the Brightline tracks. At some locations, the rail company has posted signs that pedestrians and bicycles are prohibited.
Zyscovich is the architect. John Moriarty is listed as the contractor.
The Boca Raton firm Landscape Design Workshop is the landscape architect for this project.
Read the original article by The Next Miami staff reporter.