A deal to swap Miami Riverside Center, located a 444 SW 2nd Ave could go to vote in either August or November of this year, according to Miami Today.
The City of Miami has outgrown the building and is looking to sell the building in return for a developer to build a new office for the City elsewhere.
Miami Riverside Center was initially for sale in August 2015.
In July 2016, Adler Group won a bid to replace Miami Riverside Center with Nexus Riverside Central, that would have two 36 story rental towers with 900 units, 150 hotel rooms and 20,000 square feet of retail/restaurant space.
Adler Group also owns 1.6 acres of land next to Miami Riverside Center, which they purchased for $14.25 million in February 2016.