TBT (July 22, 2014) - 5 years ago demolition began on the old Miami Herald building next to Biscayne Bay.
Built in 1963, the building was finally demolished in March 2015.
After starting demolition on the Miami Herald building in late April 2014, Genting has been slow to demolish the building.
Genting had plans to build a mega resort on the site, with casinos, hotels, condo and retail, but have not been able to get state approval for a casino.
Below is a video of the Miami Herald Building.
One Park Grove is getting closer to completion has the final crane has been removed from the 21 story building as the last building in the Park Grove complex in Coconut Grove.
Construction began on One Park Grove March 2018 before topping off in March of this year. The tower is expected to be completed before the end of the year.
Previous construction photos of One Park Grove can be viewed here.
The 60 story Paramount Miami Worldcenter in Downtown Miami is nearing completion as the final push until opening is being done.
The luxury pool deck is close to be finished as the pool is filled with water and cabanas are built. Paramount Miami Worldcenter will have 513 residential units.
A year ago, the building was on the 54th floor and close to top off. Construction started going vertical November 2017.
This is what the 27 acre Miami Worldcenter looked liked over 3 years ago.
Previous construction photos of Paramount Miami Worldcenter can be viewed here.
Paramount Miami Worldcenter Video 4K - July 2019
TBT (July 6, 2015) - 4 years ago, the buildings that were located along the Miami River in Brickell were demolished to make way for 4 60 story towers called Miami River. The project is to be developed by Chetrit Group and designed by Kobi Karp.
The site is still vacant today.
After receiving approval from the Urban Development Review Board, demolition has begun at the Miami River site located just East of I-95 and along the Miami River.
The buildings on the site that were demolished include the Pleasure Emporium III, Sir Speedy and several single family homes. Currently Finnegan's on the River and a few boating stores remain on the site closest to the river and should be demolished soon.
Renderings of the project can be seen here.