FOUNDATION PERMIT APPLIED FOR TO BEGIN WORK AT UNA RESIDENCES TOWER IN BRICKELL
Brickell’s futuristic-looking 46-story Una Residences tower is one step closer to > beginning construction.
Una will rise 613 feet, making it one of the tallest in that part of Brickell.
On August 5, contractor Civic Construction filed for a permit to begin foundation work for the tower. A total of $3 million worth of excavation, piles, and site and soil improvement is planned, the permit states.
Three levels of parking will be built underground.
Two other permits are pending, including a permit to demolish an existing building on the site and another permit for vertical construction of the tower. The demolition permit has been resubmitted seven times as contractors continue to try to gain approval from city officials.
OKO Group’s Miami Waterfront Ventures, LLC subsidiary is the developer. Adrian Smith + Gordin Gill is the architect.