Plans for a tower to replace the Burger King-anchored strip mall across from Brickell City Centre have just been filed with the Federal Aviation Administration, again.
The Federal Aviation Administration already granted approval for a tower on the property in both 2016 and 2019, but those approvals expired.
According to the new filing, a tower height of 954 feet above ground or 950 feet above sea level is planned – identical to the height last approved by the FAA in 2019.
In 2017, Miami’s Planning & Zoning Department granted approval for a 78-story tower on the property called 18, designed by architect Nichols.
The plan included 392 residential units with four levels of retail at the base.