Two filings were made with the Federal Aviation Administration yesterday for tower cranes at a Biscayne Boulevard construction site.
The site shown in the application is at 2600 Biscayne, where a 40-story tower is planned.
According to the August 16 filings, the cranes are proposed to rise 627 feet above ground or 635 feet above sea level.
The permanent height of the building is 521 feet above ground, or 529 feet above sea level, according to a June FAA filing.
2600 Biscayne was recommended for approval by the UDRB in July 2022. According to plans shown to the board, it is planned to include:
A site work permit, vertical construction permit and tree permit are all in process with Miami’s Building Department, with Coastal Construction the contractor.
Oak Row Equities is the developer, and Lndmrk Development is a minority partner.
Arquitectonica is the architect.
(renderings: Quantum Space Studio)