The City of Miami has issued a construction permit to Publix to begin work on their newest store in Miami’s urban core.
A supermarket will be built on the ground level of 3 MiamiCentral, which also includes office space and parking on the upper levels. The headquarters office for Virgin Trains (formerly Brightline) is in those offices, and the station is one block away.
According to the permit, 27,935 square feet of retail space is being built out for Publix at an estimated cost of $3,319,313.
Hawkins Construction is listed as the General Contractor.
Source: The Next Miami