Another tower at the Miami River complex is set to move to the permitting phase.
Miami Building Department records show that a construction permit process was created for the second tower in May. It is not yet in review, with full plans still not submitted.
The second tower will rise 54 stories or 648 feet, according to the construction permit filing. That is identical in height to the first tower now under construction.
Tower 2 will include 468 residential units, and 6975 square feet of retail.
As with the first tower, GT McDonald is listed as the contractor.
The first two phases at Miami River are already under construction, with Tower 1 now around five stories out of the ground. In addition to a residential tower, multiple commercial buildings and a riverwalk are being built.
Eventually, the project will have 1,678 residential units, 330 hotel rooms, 196,882-square-feet of retail space, and 98,040-square-feet of office space, according to a utilities agreement.
Chetrit Group is the developer, with Kobi Karp the architect.