The developers of the 80-story Cipriani condo tower in Brickell have officially submitted tower heights to the Federal Aviation Administration.
Cipriani will come very close to being a supertall, but will fall just short, according to criteria from an organization calling itself the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat.
According to the March 28 FAA filing, Cipriani will reach a height of 940 feet above ground, or 950 feet above sea level.
The CTBUH criteria for meeting supertall status is 984 feet.
Cipriani will still be taller than any building that currently exists in Miami, although a number of other towers in the city are planned to reach 1,049 feet.
The Cipriani complex will include three towers, with rental apartments in the shorter buildings.
In addition to the 80-story tower, there will be a 59 story apartment tower (693 feet above ground, 710 feet above sea level, according to an FAA filing.
The third tower is planned to rise 50 stories and 604 feet according to a UDRB filing (it does not appear to have been filed with the FAA yet).