The Federal Aviation Administration sent a letter this morning stating that the proposed height of the Brickell Gateway tower does not pose a hazard to air navigation.
The letter was sent to a Development Manager at Atlantic Pacific Communities.
The 61-story Brickell Gateway tower can rise to a height of 761 feet above ground, or 772 feet above sea level, the letter said. At that height, it would be among Miami’s tallest apartment buildings.
According to the FAA filing, the development is planned as a multi-family high rise, with a work schedule estimate of January 2024 through January 2027.
According to a filing with Miami-Dade planners, Brickell Gateway is proposed to include:
Logos for property owner Gazit Horizons and Atlantic Pacific Communities were both shown on plan sets filed with the county.
Miami-Dade planners sent a letter in July stating it was approving the mixed-use project following Administrative Site Plan Review.
Corwil is the architect.
Demolition has already been completed at the site.
The site, where demolition was completed last year: