The Federal Aviation Administration has granted approval for a three-tower megaproject in Brickell.
Cipriani Residences is the name of the 80-story condo tower.
According to a letter from the FAA on July 22, the Cipriani tower is now approved for a height of 940 feet above ground, or 950 feet above sea level.
The two other towers are planned to rise 60 stories and 50 stories, and will include rental apartments.
The FAA approval for the rental towers allows for a maximum height of 693 feet above ground, or 710 feet above sea level.
The project is planned to include:
- 1,300 residential units (with 420 of those in the Cipriani condo tower)
- 18,300 square feet of full service restaurant
- 1,646 car parking spaces
- 2,472 bike parking spaces
Construction permitting is now underway for all three towers. The project has been designed as-of-right with no waivers requested, in order to expedite the approval process.
The developer previously said that all three towers will rise simultaneously, with financing already secured.
Groundbreaking is expected towards the end of 2022, with completion expected in the second quarter of 2025
Mast Capital is the developer. Arquitectonica is the architect.