On January 24th 2018, Agave Ponce LLC, Dover Kohl & Partners, the City of Coral Gables and the neighbors met at the Police station Meeting Room to go over the final Proposed Streetscape Improvements based on the previous sessions and meetings.
Bellow is the Dover Kohl Presentation as presented, including small revisions/changes based on the final comments from various neighbors who attended the meeting. This presentation is now with the City Of Coral Gables for their final review and approval.
As soon as this is approved by the City, Agave Ponce will start with the works which will begin with site surveying, civil and landscaping construction documents preparation and permitting both with the City and Miami-Dade County.
We will keep you posted!
Click Here to See the Final Plan for the Neighborhood Streetscape Improvements
The Plaza Coral Gables continues working on the site located between Sevilla and Palermo streets, known as “North parcel”. Keeping up with this effort, we are still targeting an early 2018 groundbreaking.
While the design and the entitlement process is ongoing “behind the scenes” for the overall project, today you can see our crews actively working on site to restore this parcel. Earthwork equipment is being used to remove all debris and unsuitable material from the property, while graders and compactors are filling the site to the necessary elevation.
The complete North Parcel will be filled up to street elevation in preparation for structural foundations. In a few weeks, we will be able to remove all abandoned underground utilities from the rest of the property.
The North Parcel restoration process is expected to be completed by mid-October. We plan to begin the foundation work soon after that.
We wish to anticipate that the start of the construction execution stage is scheduled for the first quarter of 2018.
Prior to the “official” groundbreaking, the plan is to continue and complete pre-construction activities that involve removing leftover elements from the basement located in the north parcel, remove any abandoned underground utilities, and fill the site to the required technical elevation. Expect these pre- construction activities to continue and increase in scope very soon. Stay tuned!