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76-Story Liquid Lofts Is Still OK With The FAA

Federal Aviation Administration officials have reconfirmed their approval of the Liquid Lofts project.

In a letter sent this week at the request of Greenberg Traurig, the developer’s attorney, the FAA stated that the proposed height of the tower remains acceptable to the agency.

Liquid Lofts is proposed to rise 866 feet above ground.

Approval was granted in 2015, but had expired. The new expiration date for construction to commence is December 2018.

The FAA also reconfirmed their approval of the 800-unit rental towers under construction at MiamiCentral. Those towers will rtop off at 419 feet above ground.

 

 

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Beautiful sleek building. 866 feet, but because it is slender, it will look like it has another 100 feet to it. Love it.

Anonymous
Anonymous

…and a metromover stop is very close to it!

marc
marc

Anything in the CBD, let’s do this.

Anonymous
Anonymous

that’s a tall building.. similar to new project in NYC

Anonymous
Anonymous

This is one beautiful, slender, sliver….

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yes… Lets start building!

District Worker
District Worker

Hot pink is sexy. Miami Central apartments look bland.

Marc305
Marc305

I like it. Reminds me of 423 Park Ave in NYC, albeit 28 stories shorter, but still slick and beautiful. Hope this one actually gets build.

Anonymous
Anonymous

432? If so, that’s about twice the height.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yo, what Marc305 is referring to is the address and name of the building in NYC, not the building’s height – 432 Park Ave.

Marc305
Marc305

Exactly. The actual height of 432 Park Ave in NYC is 1,396 ft, 500 feet taller than this proposed building.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Man I hope this gets built, it’s always been one of my most favorite planned projects for Miami.

enrigue8
enrigue8

pretty!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Tall but criminally boring.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The towers above Miami Central are beyond bland. No architects needed to draw these plans

Anonymous
Anonymous

Amazing how you people can judge something without even seeing the finished product.

Jack
Jack

The thing is that these don’t get built anyway so we have to comment about something.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yes, too many boring, one track minded people making decisions. Build them and they will come. Look at Dubai, had they gone through all the speculation going on in Miami to build anything, it would still be pearl fishing port, but their resolve has turned it into the City of the Future with the tallest building in the world and one of the busiest airports in the world.

Anonymous
Anonymous

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