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Aston Martin Residences Files To Install Two Cranes, Up To 889 Feet High

Aston Martin Residences Files To Install Two Cranes, Up To 889 Feet High

Two tower cranes could soon be installed at the Aston Martin Residences construction site.

According to a July filing with the Federal Aviation Administration, one of the cranes would become (temporarily) the tallest structure in the city. The first crane would rise 889 feet, or 887 feet above sea level. The second would rise 851 feet, or 849 feet above sea level.

Review by the agency is still pending.

Aston Martin Residences itself is approved by the FAA at a height of 816 feet above ground, or 820 feet above sea level. It is set to become the second tallest building in Miami, behind only the 868-foot Panorama Tower

Construction began in October 2017.

 

the construction site last on september 2, a weekend:

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marc
marc

and supposedly this wasn’t happening right? Just moving dirt around right?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Haters as usual. They always come here talking crap and then they disappear.

Anonymous
Anonymous

anyone can file for a crane permit.

Anonymous
Anonymous

FAA approval doesn’t mean anything

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yeah, I guess to you, looking at the Brickell Flatiron building at the 60th story of construction “doesn’t mean anything.”

Anonymous
Anonymous

This cycle has surprised everyone.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yeah, today must be fake news day. This building is definitely not coming! And it if so, it definitely shouldn’t have parking — especially with a name like Aston Martin (sarcasm intended)!

Anonymous
Anonymous

No one said this building wasnt happening, the coto family has enough money to start it regardless. How much of the sales are from legitimate money is something no one will ever know but cheers to more development for our fair city.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yes, some people did say this building wasn’t happening. They said it right here on the TNM site.

Anonymous
Anonymous

haha and people said it wouldnt happen.

Polo
Polo

Glad to see this iconic looking tower going vertical soon.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Beautiful building for a beautiful city.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The construction noise from this project is beyond ridiculous. How can they justify starting extremely loud disruptive construction noise pollution at 4 in the morning in an area largely populated with working professionals? Whoever approved this at city hall needs a new job. Typical Miami nonsensical governing. Appalling

Anonymous
Anonymous

Fuck that construction. How did the city approve them to do construction whenever they want? Yes you heard that right they do construction at 4am and at 8pm. Whenever they want. No limits.

Anonymous
Anonymous

It is so funny, I was just thinking about this project.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Okan and this getting built will be monumental for the skyline.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I have never met Mat but from his posts, I know that he can read and comprehend unlike many on here that comment on the picture rather than the article.

Anonymous
Anonymous

They been digging the same pile for a year to pretend they are under construction to get some sales

Anonymous
Anonymous

What are they going to do now after you’ve revealed their scheme?

Anonymous
Anonymous

apply for a crane permit of course.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Site is two feet below sea level, great investment lol

marc
marc

816 feet above ground, or 820 feet above sea level.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Forget it, he’s an expert… at what, I don’t know……

Anonymous
Anonymous

Thats the building… Love how no one is willing to even discuss sea level rise or global warming on this site.

Anonymous
Anonymous

It should not be this building in particular. If that’s the case let’s talk about all constructions in the entire south of Florida. Also, cities like NYC, and pretty much a big part of the entire east coast.

marc
marc

Has nothing to do with not speaking about sea level rise. The comment was false. The building on the site will be 4 feet above see level, therefor the site is 4 feet above seal level not 2 feet below it.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yay! Finally someone who understands the math of sea level rise and flood levels. Most Libtards ignore those facts when they try to bash Miami

marc
marc

Ahem, I am one of those so called “libtards”

Anonymous
Anonymous

Funny, I thought it was the Conservaturds who shun science and are always accusing the left of being a bunch of “Chicken Little’s.”

Anonymous
Anonymous

Higher sea walls and enhanced pumps should be helpful too. City passed $800 MM in bonding capacity to make this happen, assuming the pols apply it as intended.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Its not that extreme.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Ya know, I tried to discuss sea level rise and global warming with my dog the other day and he just completely ignored me, because all he wanted to do was just lay their and lick himself.

Cali guy
Cali guy

Your dog should run for office he would fit right in

Anonymous
Anonymous

Nah this dog’s too classy for THIS cycle of politics!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yeah.. I had to repeatedly calm my nervous pooch down because he thought MAGA meant “maggots crawling around everywhere.”

Cali guy
Cali guy

It needs to be talked about. At some point maybe in 50 years all these developments are going to have to be connected by boat and I’m not sure who’s going to want to live there.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Going from building to building in a boat sounds pretty cool. I am starting a water taxi service before anyone else gets the idea.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Venice is the model for that

Anonymous
Anonymous

Not to worry. You’ll be dead.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Building finish floor is at 9 NGVD the water will never get over 9 not in 50 years not in 200 years

Anonymous
Anonymous

at current rate of sea level rise would be 4,695 years +/-