The FAA has granted approval for a 31-story apartment tower in downtown Miami.
The structure can be built up to 322 feet above ground and 333 feet above sea level, the agency ruled.
Approval was granted on June 2, after the application was submitted April 20.
Grand Station Partners LLC is planning to build 300 rental apartments on property owned by the Miami Parking Authority.
On March 28, the developer applied for a construction permit with the city, with groundbreaking expected in August. So far, the permit has been denied by 10 of 13 disciplines within the building department, with the other 3 still pending review.