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 top off at 419 feet above ground.
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