The Federal Aviation Administration has issued approval for the proposed 14th Street Tower.
The tower is now approved at a height of 322 feet above ground, or 334 feet above sea level.
Approval was issued on August 24. The application was first filed with the FAA on June 30, 2022, or around 14 months ago.
A demolition permit for the site was issued in August of 2022 and has already been closed out.
There does not yet appear to be a construction permit submitted to begin building the actual tower or its foundation.
In July 2022, Miami’s Urban Development Review Board voted to recommend disapproval of plans submitted, in a 3-1 vote. The reasons given for the vote were:
According to the UDRB filing, 14th Street tower is proposed to rise 31 stories, or 321 feet above ground, and include:
Developer NR Investments recently topped off the nearby Uni rental tower, next to the Canvas condo tower also completed by NR.