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FAA Approves Brickell Flatiron, Park West Tower, And Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles

FAA Approves Brickell Flatiron, Park West Tower, And Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles

It’s Christmas in August for three Miami developers, after the FAA approved the heights of their projects. They include:

  • Brickell Flatiron, approved for a height of 734 feet above ground.
  • Marc Robert’s Park West tower at 50-60 NE 11th Street (part of Worldcenter), replacing Euforia nightclub building. Approved for a height of 699 feet above ground, or about 10% taller than Miami Innovation Tower on the same block.
  • Ritz Carlton Residences Sunny Isles, approved to build at 642 feet above ground.

Euforia:

 

 

Ritz Carlton:

 

Brickell Flatiron:

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Yet Another Anonymous
Yet Another Anonymous

Have we heard of this park West tower yet?

marc
marc

I’ve not heard about it but the more the merrier.

Marc305
Marc305

I believe they are referring to the first Miami World Center tower that will be 60 stories high and have 470 units. It is supposed to be built where Euforia is now.

marc
marc

Actually it isn’t part of World Center. Google Map it. This is on the same block as Space which isn’t part of the MWC development. MWC doesn’t go north of 10th street.

Marc305
Marc305

You are probably right…. I don’ know, I will ask around.

metromoverlover
metromoverlover

They stuck a tower pass us without us seeing the renderings 🙁

Anonymous
Anonymous

Why would you have to get approval from the FAA as far out as Sunny Isles? thats not even close to the airport or even the least bit hazardous to any planes

Anonymous
Anonymous

Because back in the day one of Miami’s politicians opened his big mouth and made the FAA look like they were some kind of critical part of highrise structures going up in Miamidade.

Yet Another Anonymous
Yet Another Anonymous

Because of Opa Locka airport, even though it’s farther away than MIA to downtown Miami. But a lot of smaller and odd aircraft take off there.