An application has been submitted requesting approval to install construction cranes at an Edgewater site where a 60-story tower is planned.
Two cranes are planned to rise to a height of 757 and 759 feet above ground, with both at 761 feet above sea level, according to an August 2 filing with the Federal Aviation Administration.
Developer Aimco also filed plans August 5 with Miami-Dade’s DERM, which oversees environmental review. According to the filing, a seawall at the property is planned to be rebuilt.
The 60-story apartment building will become part of a three-tower complex known as the Hamilton.
The first tower is a gut-renovation of the apartment building formerly known as Hamilton on the Bay.
Aimco said this week that the first tenants in the renovated building will begin moving in this month. As of July 31, 61 units were leased or pre-leased at rental rates more than 20% ahead of underwriting, the company told investors.
The second tower is where the new cranes will be installed. It is expected to begin construction in 2023, with 241 apartments in a 650-foot tower.
The third tower is planned to rise 42 stories, or 497 feet above ground.
On the same block, the developer has previously said it would collaborate on another project with Beitel Group at 3333 Biscayne, where over 600 units were being planned.