Brickell’s planned St. Regis Residences has been sent to the Federal Aviation Administration for review.
According to the March 23 FAA filing, the spire at the St. Regis will reach a height of 630 feet above ground, or 639 feet above sea level.
The project has been working its way through the pre-construction phase, including an agreement last month to connect to the completed tower to the county’s water and sewer system.
The St. Regis was initially announced as two towers rising 47 and 48 stories, but in October a report said that the project would only include a single tower.
The utilities agreement recorded in February showed that St. Regis Residences will include 350 residential units and 30 hotel rooms.
Related Group and Integra Investments are the developers.
The project is being designed with a nautical theme by Robert A.M. Stern Architects.