The Federal Aviation Administration has just approved a requested to install two tower construction cranes at the former Miami Arena site.
The applications for approval to install the cranes was filed with the FAA on August 4, and approved December 18.
According to the approval notice, the cranes are permitted rise 779 feet above ground. One will reach 793 feet above sea level, while the other will reach 794 feet above sea level.
The permanent building heights on the property will range from 673 feet to 700 feet above sea level, according to applications submitted in June.
A preliminary filing with Miami-Dade planners in January show there will be three towers, rising up to 57 stories.
According to that filing, the project is planned to have:
Renderings have not yet been released.
Witkoff Group is the developer.
An old rendering of a convention hotel planed on the site, which is now being replaced with a new design: