Edgewater’s Elysee condo tower will soon be going vertical.
In a filing with the Federal Aviation Administration last week, the developer said that they intend to install a crane at the site on February 12. It is expected to remain in place for 18 months.
The top height of the crane is expected to be 726 feet above ground, or 731 feet above sea level.
Elysee itself is approved to rise 57 stories, or 644 feet above ground – the tallest height permitted in the area.
Foundation work began in October. Just under half of 100 luxury units have been sold.