Aston Martin Residences Approved By The FAA To Become Miami’s Second Tallest

The Federal Aviation Administration has granted approval for Aston Martin Residences to be built.

With the approval, the tower is set to become the second tallest in Florida, behind only Brickell’s Panorama Tower.

FAA review took six months.

In June, developer Riverwalk East Development LLC, controlled by Argentina’s Coto family, applied for approval to build at a height of 816 feet above ground, or 820 feet above sea level.

In a December 5 letter, the agency said that the tower could be built at the height requested.

Construction on the 391-unit condo project got underway in October.