The 100-story Waldorf Astoria Hotel & Residences has been submitted to the Federal Aviation Administration for review.
New photos also show that a sales center for the tower is nearing completion.
According to the FAA filing on February 23, the tower will rise 1,040 feet above ground, or 1049 feet above sea level.
No other tower in Miami is anywhere near that height. The current tallest is the 85-story Panorama Tower, at 868 feet above ground.
The 1,049-foot height proposed for the Waldorf the tallest permitted by aviation rules anywhere in Miami due to the location and angle of Miami International Airport’s runways.
The developers were granted approval for the 1,049-foot height on the same site in 2015, but that approval has expired.
The Waldorf Astoria will include a total of 400 condos and 205 hotel keys. The condos will have a sellout value of $1 billion.
PMG and Greybrook Realty Partners are the developers.
New photos of the sales center nearing completion:
(Photos: Ryan RC Rea)