Tibor Hollo’s 83-story Panorama Tower has been approved to be built at a taller height than originally planned.
In March, the developer requested FAA permission to build at 868 feet above ground, or 876 feet above sea level. The agency granted approval late last month.
Construction at Panorama started in October, 2014, with an approved height of 822 feet above ground. Even at that height, it was set to become the tallest building in Miami.
Hollo’s Florida East Coast Realty told the FAA that they needed the additional height for elevator overruns and mechanical equipment.