FAA Grants Approval For 831 Foot Tower In Downtown Miami, Replacing Parking Lot

The Federal Aviation Administration has granted approval for an 831-foot tower to be built on what is currently a downtown Miami parking lot

FTP Investment Corporation of San Francisco owns the 23,800 square foot property at 130 SE 1st Street. The company bought it in 2006 for $6 million. Bart Seidler is listed as a manager of the company.

Centro, a condo built without a parking garage, is across the street from the site.

After seven months of studying the proposal, FAA approval was granted for a height of 831 feet above ground, or 840 feet above sea level. The application was submitted January 30 and approved yesterday.

In 2015, FTP was granted approval by the FAA to build at the same 831 foot height. An extension was granted in 2017, but approval expired in September 2018 due to failure to begin construction.

No application appears to have been submitted to city planners for review yet.

Also yesterday, the FAA approved a 706-foot for Skyplex in Orlando. The $500 million amusement tower will have the tallest roller coaster in the world, and is being built by Miami developer Joshua Wallack.

 

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

7 months of studying a proposal of 831 feet ?? bro WTF ?? lol

Anonymous
2 years ago

Sounds like a Flip. Hope it’s not the case.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I’d like to see more land assemblage on this block for redevelopment, except for the beautiful Huntington Building, which could be a botique hotel or lofts.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Huntington Blg. are all condo office. Unless you can buy them all and collapse it, they are not going anywhere.

Anonymous
2 years ago

asking the FAA to approve height without any development plans = flip

Anonymous
2 years ago

So it takes 7 months to restudy something that has already been studied and approved? FAA is bullshit! Waste of time and money, just another hurdle for developers to have to jump over just to build one damn building!

Anonymous
2 years ago

The waste of time is for the FAA, not the developer, who had no intent of building this impractical garbage. Cheers

Anonymous
2 years ago

I’ll take the tower over Skyrise any day…at least it looks like a tower.

Anonymous
2 years ago

You’re obviously mundane

Anonymous
2 years ago

Where did you see the rendering? The image above is of another project.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Agree, lets put it next to our cheesy Ferris Wheel.

Sgt. Sapingo
2 years ago

I said a flip, flop, flip to the flippity flippity flip flop don’t stop get with it.

marc
2 years ago

Owner just added $$$ to his asking price.

Anonymous
2 years ago

If you think so then you should be the buyer.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Flip..

Anonymous
2 years ago

Flip Flop Flippy plus they could make money off of parking until they could flip it again.

Anonymous
2 years ago

After seven months of studying the proposal, FAA approval was granted for a height of 831 feet above ground, or 840 feet above sea level. In 2015, FTP was granted approval by the FAA to build at the same 831 foot height. An extension was granted in 2017, but approval expired in September 2018 due to failure to begin construction. *** 7 months studying after it was already approved in 2015 !!!!!??????

Anonymous
2 years ago

Approval in China would be finished the next day.

Anonymous
2 years ago

We’ll never see this.

Shawn Kouri
2 years ago

What Tower?

dan
2 years ago

No renderings? I hope not but feel they’re trying to flip this land.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I think this is going to be really cool