An application has been filed with the Federal Aviation Administration for the 600 Miami Worldcenter project.
A demolition permit has also just been applied for.
According to the May 23 filing with the FAA, the tower will rise 327 feet above ground, or 339 feet above sea level.
According to the May 16 demolition permit filing with Miami’s Building Department, a total of 5,000 square feet will be demolished at the former Longshoresmens site. The BG Group is listed as the demolition contractor.
There is also a separate demolition permit pending for another portion of the 600 Worldcenter site.
600 Miami Worldcenter will include 579 residential units in a 32-story tower allowing for short term rentals.
Revuelta is the architect.
A total of four towers are planned on the same block, including Okan Tower (under construction), Downtown 6th (in pre-development), and The Crosby (under construction).