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FAA Approves Panorama Tower Height Increase

FAA Approves Panorama Tower Height Increase

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.

 

(panorama live feed camera)

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Absolutely awesome!!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Miami has the 3rd largest skyline in the usa and will have a tall skyscraper in the top 40!!!! Whooo! 🙂

Anonymous
Anonymous

Keep em coming Me ah me 😛

Anonymous
Anonymous

I really hope they go for another 32′ to reach the 900..

Anonymous
Anonymous

Hideous…just who are all the trolls on this site gushing over every tower regardless of design..by all means I’d love to see Miami’s skyline as big as New York or Chicago, but not if it’s all ugly and filler buildings.

Alpina
Alpina

in this case, more is not better…hehe

Procalc
Procalc

omg…too bad the building has a horrible design

Anonymous
Anonymous

If tia going to be like the others this guy built in Miami the ugly design is nothing compare with the quality of the construction and finishes, ask anyone who lived on one of his buildings

Mixtrax
Mixtrax

Agree with you 100%… I used to live at The Club and OMG….

PJMinMIA
PJMinMIA

Great … Tallest building will stick out like an ugly sore thumb on our skyline

ILoveMiami
ILoveMiami

When I first dared to say it was not just simplistic and unimaginative but also ugly, I got a bunch of thumbs down. Nice to see so many of you have finally come around.