Four 600+ Foot Cranes Approved At Downtown 1st, Natiivo Towers

The FAA granted approval yesterday for the installation of four tower cranes in downtown Miami.

All of the cranes will surpass the 600-foot mark.

The two cranes that will be installed at Natiivo have been approved for a height of 697 feet and 642 feet.

The 51-story Natiivo has been approved by the Federal Aviation Administration for a permanent tower height of 588 feet above ground.

A tentative schedule lists a work schedule with a July 1 start date for the Natiivo cranes.

At Downtown 1st, both cranes have already been installed and the foundation has been poured. The two cranes there will rise 658 feet and 620 feet.

The 58-story Downtown 1st is planned to rise 557 feet.

Natiivo broke ground in February, while Downtown 1st broke ground in March.

Shell contractor L&R Structural is listed as the applicant for both the Natiivo and Downtown 1st cranes.

 

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Anonymous
1 month ago

This area will be reborn in the next 3-5 years

Anonymous
1 month ago

you dream

Anonymous
1 month ago

Next 2-3 years!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

5-7 years before fully built out.

Anonymous
1 month ago

i really hope to see retail open in this area asap… no where to get even coffee and pastry or sandwich….theres people living there now……

Anonymous
1 month ago

I agree!! It’s about time they speed up Miami Worldcenter and start opening up stores!

Anonymous
1 month ago

“no where to get even coffee and pastry or sandwich….”

You mean, even across the street at Bayside?

Anonymous
1 month ago

YOU can go to bayside

Anonymous
1 month ago

That’s my comment above yours that said “even across the street at Bayside?” We’re saying the same thing but you got one thumb up vote while I got three thumb votes.

I really believe most people in this city have terrible reading comprehension.

Anonymous
1 month ago

He doesn’t like Bayside. It’s too tacky and they don’t sell his soy-infused, fair trade coffee beans.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Bayside also fails to offer free-range pastry.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Why the nastiness. Are you that angry?

Anonymous
1 month ago

I think he is is talking about the inner area of downtown

Anonymous
1 month ago

But why whine when Bayside is right across the street?!

Anonymous
1 month ago

bayside sucks thats why

Anonymous
1 month ago

Bayside sucks to you because you’re rich!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Do you go to Bayside?

Anonymous
1 month ago

a lot of the retail in MWC is scheduled to be completed Q1 2022

Anonymous
1 month ago

The gap in the skyline between Downtown and Park West will be closing up very soon!

Anonymous
1 month ago

What gap? MWC is in Park West. It’s more like the gap between Brickell and Park West if Mana keeps demolishing buildings for nothing in the historic core.

Anonymous
1 month ago

L&R is going to deliver that Nativo tower faster than that GC will be able to handle them!

Anonymous G
1 month ago

Moss is the GC on Nattivo. Moss is a top notch GC I wish I worked for them. If any GC can handle a L&R type of speed its Moss.

Anonymous G
1 month ago

Never mind Moss lost the job. Its Kast Construction now. Kast still can handle an LR speed. They are up there with Moss

Anonymous
1 month ago

Love the fake park to the north. Oh and the absence of train tracks.

Azarius
1 month ago

Nothing was the same

Anonymous
1 month ago

Beautiful news but we need more glass and taller buildings downtown, especially in the Miami Worldcenter space!

Anonymous
1 month ago

This is one lackluster designed building.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Moss is no longer the GC.

Anonymous G
1 month ago

Who is the GC now?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Moss has issues