Plans for downtown Miami’s M Tower were submitted to the Federal Aviation Administration on August 23.
Both the permanent height of the tower and temporary construction cranes are now being reviewed by the agency.
M Tower is planned to have a permanent height of 605 feet above ground, or 615 feet above sea level, the filing states.
Temporary tower construction cranes are planned to reach a height of 705 feet above ground, or 715 feet above sea level, according to the filing. The work schedule for the cranes is estimated to run from March 1, 2023 to December 1, 2024.
The permanent podium height at M Tower is listed at 109 feet.
According to plans from last year, M Tower was planned to rise 49 stories and include:
624 residential units, along with amenities
ground floor retail, and offices for the MPA
717 parking spaces (replacing the existing 658-space garage)
A demolition permit was applied for in May.
The garage set to be demolished for M Tower. Melo Group’s Downtown 1st is under construction on the same block: