Another Supertall tower has been approved by the FAA in downtown Miami.
The agency ruled today that plans for Sky Plaza, a twin-tower project at 251 E Flagler Street, would be permitted to be built.
Plans call for one tower to reach 1,001 feet above ground, or 1,010 feet above sea level. A second tower would rise 837 feet above ground, or 846 feet above sea level.
The owners of the site had submitted plans for the towers as part of an effort to sell the property. Several aging shopping malls would be replaced.
Previously: Three New Towers Proposed For Downtown, Replacing Aging Retail Centers
Up For Sale: 2.5-Acre Flagler Street Site With Potential For A 1,000-Foot Tower