FAA Approves Two Cranes At Aston Martin Residences Construction Site, Up To 889 Feet

Installation of two tower cranes to allow for vertical construction at Aston Martin Residences has been approved by the Federal Aviation Administration.

The application to install the cranes was submitted July 13 and approved today, October 29.

According to the application, two cranes will be in place at the 300 Biscayne Boulevard Way job site for around 19 months.

One crane will rise 889 feet, while another will rise 851 feet.

The Aston Martin tower itself is approved at 816 feet above ground, or 820 feet above sea level. Brickell’s 85-story Panorama Tower is the only building in Miami that is taller (868 feet above ground).

 

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

Iconic tower at the mouth of the river cant wait till complete wish i could buy there, hopefully one day!

R Oh
2 years ago

You can make your wish come true only if you set your mind to it ,,,,anyone can acomplish their dreams but you know already what you need to do, Good luck to you .

Anonymous
2 years ago

Stunning tower

Anonymous
2 years ago

Stunning. Wish it was a full 100 feet taller than SE Financial Center just for height differentiation but I’m still elated about this one.

marc
2 years ago

But they’re just moving dirt around. But why are they taking so long?

Anonymous
2 years ago

foolish, they are doing site work for a massive tower!

Anonymous
2 years ago

The “moving dirt around” is making sure they are building a sturdy foundation.

marc
2 years ago

I know. I was parroting the doubters.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Okay, I’m going to say this for the naysayers.

“Look, I don’t care what the FAA approved or how much dirt they move around at this site, this building will not get built!”

Now, with that being said, you doubting naysayers don’t have to comment.

Polo
2 years ago

Great day for Miami with Skyrise news, and now Aston Martin going vertical soon!!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Like this a lot.

NAYSAYER ONE
2 years ago

OK THEY STILL DONT HAVE A CONSTRUCTION LOAN AND THEY HAVE TAKEN 1 YEAR TO DRILL 60 DAYS WORTH OF PILES THEY ARE JERKING AROUND BECAUSE THEY DONT HAVE THE SALES YET AND THE BILLIONAIRE FROM ARGENTINA IS NOT GONNA PAY COASTAL CASH TO BUILD IT HA!

Anonymous
2 years ago

… and you don’t know how or when to use comas and periods. Also, stop SHOUTING!!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Looking at the big picture after the failure of Met 3 and Met Square, and what monstrosities we we got instead, maybe this makes up for it.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Met 3 in particular. The product of Met square is closer to what was expected. Met 3 had a beautiful design back in like 2005.

Anonymous
2 years ago

What is the completion date.

NAYSAYER ONE
2 years ago

Summer 2027

Anonymous
2 years ago

great news today for our city, sky rise and this tower!!!