Height approval is being requested for a 700-foot tower at Miami Worldcenter, according to a new filing with the Federal Aviation Administration.
The application appears to be for the Abbhi Capital property.
According to the December 2 application, a maximum tower height of 692 feet above ground, or 700 feet above sea level is being proposed.
Abbhi has spent a total of $44 million on 2.2 acres at Miami Worldcenter, with the rights to build up to 2 million square feet. Two adjacent sites were purchased by Abbhi in 2020 and 2021.
According to the Abbhi website, the project is now in the pre-development and entitlements phase.
The development will have multi-family, office, retail and hotel, the website says.
Next door, the property that formerly housed the Paramount Miami Worldcenter sales center was purchased by New York developer Naftali Group. Naftali filed for FAA approval for a 700-foot tower height on that site in September.
A rendering showing a potential project on the Abbhi website: