The Federal Aviation Administration has approved plans for a tower in Brickell planned to rise over 850 feet.
The project will be residential, the FAA filing states.
Approval was granted on March 19, around six months after the application was first filed.
The tower is permitted to top off at a height of 853 feet above ground, or 874 feet above sea level, the approval states.
Construction is estimated to begin in July 2023 and run through October 2026, according to the filing.
The project is known as 75 Broadway, according to the website of Ytech, the company that owns the property.
Across from 75 Broadway to the south is the Simpson Park Hammock, a nature preserve since 1913, and a remnant of what the landscape used to look like in the area .
To the north is the Cipriani Residences site, where construction on 3 towers rising as tall as 950 feet will soon begin.
Ytech is also developing The Residences at 1428 Brickell nearby. That project is further advanced, with sales underway, and demolition and construction permits in process.