FAA Approves 65-Story E11EVEN Residences Tower To Rise 698 Feet

The Federal Aviation Administration has granted approval for the E11EVEN Residences tower to be built.

According to the FAA approval letter, E11EVEN is permitted to rise to a height of 698 feet above ground, or 709 feet above sea level.

The 709 foot height above sea level is the tallest permitted by the FAA in the neighborhood.

The Zaha Hadid-designed One Thousand Museum tower nearby was also built at that 709-foot height, as was Paramount Miami Worldcenter. However, One Thousand Museum sits on land at a slightly lower elevation, so it was able to be built at 704 feet above ground (Paramount is 699 feet above ground).

E11EVEN is planned to include 375 condo units.

The 65-story tower is planned to be built across the street from the E11EVEN 24-hour nightclub across the street.

A soft sales effort began in January, and buyers quickly snapped up units. By March, over 70 percent had been reserved, rising to 90 percent in April. By June, the building was completely reserved.

The developer has also said a second E11EVEN tower is also possible.

The project still needs city approval, and a construction permit isn’t yet pending. Soil testing was conducted in May.

 


 

 

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Azarius
14 days ago

Build it already and start marketing the second location while the market is hot!!

Azarius
14 days ago

They need to think about re-routing MIA so we can build higher in Downtown or along the bay all the way up to Aventura

Anonymous
14 days ago

Not sure how easy that would be but it would be great!!

Anonymous
13 days ago

Not feasible. Air routes are planned according to weather, wind direction and positioning of the runways. MIA cannot change routes because you want to build a Burj Khaliffa downtown

POLO
14 days ago

Stop the B.S., re-routing MIA traffic is NOT HAPPENING!!!

Anonymous
13 days ago

More realistic than moving MIA, however. It was already tried in the 1960s, and a little old lady a high school in Parkland is named after led a movement to stop it.

Anonymous
14 days ago

Where is the second location?

Anonymous
13 days ago

Marjorie Stoneman Douglas, aka our mother of the everglades, led the movement to stop building a new airport out there.

Anonymous
14 days ago

You size queens out there that want to reroute planes, look at a map. Aircraft need a straight-on glide path to land. Unless the airport gets moved, we are stuck with FAA height restrictions.

Anonymous
14 days ago

“Aircraft need a straight-on glide path to land”

Lol.. did you hear about the last plane crash?.. I think the plane hit a one story house.

Anonymous
13 days ago

LOL… did you hear about the last building colla-…oh, wait a minute.

Anonymous
14 days ago

So you can’t have a straight line from behind the airport?!

Anonymous
13 days ago

Sometimes they do take off and land in that direction, depends on the winds.

Anonymous
14 days ago

Thanks FAA 🤪🤪🤪

Anonymous
14 days ago

Awesome

Anonymous
14 days ago

This should be a supertall

Anonymous
14 days ago

Re-route those planes so we can build Miami higher!

Anonymous
14 days ago

The city should act like they got some balls and tell the FAA to go fuck themselves…

Metromover to Wynwood
14 days ago

Submit the construction permit already, lets get these towers rising.

Anonymous
14 days ago

But, when we see plans for towers like this, we get scared…

Anonymous
14 days ago

Why doesn’t FFA just have a map showing what the height limit is…. Paperwork paperwork

Anonymous
14 days ago

Amazing

POLO
14 days ago

“The project still needs city approval” ?!, What it’s taking the city so long to approve this good looking tower?! Specially, when the city approve Melo’s crappy towers in a New York minute.

Anonymous
14 days ago

You made that comment a couple of times before and once again you show how ignorant you are, the speed of the approval of a construction permit depends on the complexity of the project. You can’t compare this project with a melo projects which are more simple. You know nothing about construction costs and how neighborhoods are revitalized.
all you do is bash melo all the time

POLO
14 days ago

“You can’t compare this project with a melo (should be Melo) projects which are more simple”. Yeah, you are right. Melo projects are crappy, and E11EVEN is a well designed tower. It shows the developer for this project wanted to make Miami more beautiful, and NOT populate the city with 1970s Russian style crapp!

Anonymous
14 days ago

Instead of bashing melo all the time why don’t you show them where they can get quality construction materials at low cost and show them your great construction and engineering skills so they can construct beautiful buildings at a fraction of the cost

Anonymous
13 days ago

That should be the job of a developer, NOT a The Next Miami reader.

Anonymous G
13 days ago

I agree with you. POLO doesn’t realize that a more complex type of structure takes longer to approve unlike a basic Melp even with a thirr party private provider.

Anonymous
13 days ago

“unlike a basic Melp even with a thirr party private provider”

wtf…

Anonymous
14 days ago

Does the stripper pole reach that height?

Anonymous
14 days ago

Mine does…

Anonymous
14 days ago

Love to ride it

Anonymous
14 days ago

Bc its connect with the night club I’m hopefully this wont see the demise of night life in that area

Anonymous
13 days ago

Are penicillin shots included in the “welcome home” packet?

Anonymous
13 days ago

Beautiful building.
Don’t know why it’s taking so long to get started if all units are reserved.

Anonymous
9 days ago

Ugly turn out.

Anonymous
14 days ago

Why does a fucking nightclub have a condo building LOL

Anonymous
14 days ago

Ask the 375 owners

Market Urbanist
14 days ago

Marketing.

Anonymous
14 days ago

What, so us husbands aren’t allowed to have a little fun?

Anonymous
14 days ago

Ask the pimps.

305 donk rider
14 days ago

Because Miami

Anonymous
13 days ago

WHy not? is the question