First Tower At Miami River Complex Submitted To FAA At 640 Feet, Marking Westward Expansion Of Skyline

Developers of the first tower at the Miami River complex have applied for Federal Aviation Administration height approval.

It will become the westernmost 600+ foot tower in Miami, if the FAA approves.

The tower is proposed to rise 640 feet above ground, or 645 feet above sea level, according to the FAA application submitted on June 14.

There are fewer than 15 towers in Miami that now surpass the 600 foot mark, with all of them located further east closer to Biscayne Bay.

The Miami River complex went through Planning Approval in 2015, and the developers recently obtained financing from Michael Dell’s MSD Partners. A construction permit was applied for in June.

The first phase will include 632 residential units and ground floor retail in a 54-story tower.

Eventually, the project will include five phases, including a second tower at an identical height.

 



 

 

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Anonymous
29 days ago

If they actually build this with all of that glass it will be the most beautiful project built on the river.

Shawn Kouri
29 days ago

Awesome…..

Anonymous
29 days ago

Glad to see those eyesore lots getting developed. I wonder why it took so long. Location is perfect and so close to BCC and Metrorail

Anonymous
29 days ago

Such a nice complex

Anonymous
29 days ago

Beautiful addition to the area

Anonymous
29 days ago

When Utility deals happen, this project will actually start. plenty of empty lots get FAA approval.

POLO
29 days ago

Good looking project!

Anonymous
29 days ago

The river walk is the catalyst for this and more in the future.

Anonymous
29 days ago

❤️

Azarius
29 days ago

I love this project! and I think now it’s time to build. I just hope they are bullish on their phases!

Anonymous
29 days ago

if only we could guarantee final delivery as specified in the renderings…….if so its absolutely beautiful

Anonymous
29 days ago

If you build it I will come.

Anonymous
29 days ago

“The first tower will include 632 residential units and ground floor retail in a 54-story tower”

They need to build the over 600ft tower first.

Anonymous
29 days ago

It will be the crown jewel of West Brickell/Southside. With the river interaction and connectivity with the park, it even beats that Frankenstein’s Monster project.

Anonymous
29 days ago

Great we will sell more dromeas cabinets.

Anonymous
29 days ago

The building on the left looks like it’s ready to collapse

tall not necessarily good design
24 days ago

the tower that offsets the floor plats is a much better interpretation of this concept that the proposed Waldorf Astoria tower on Biscayne.

Anonymous
29 days ago

“It will become the westernmost 600+ foot tower in Miami, if the FAA approves?”

Waitaminute.. what do we need county and city commissions and county and city mayors for? Forget state and local governments and just let the FAA run everything.