Luma Miami Worldcenter Resubmitted To The Federal Aviation Administration At 494 Feet

The developer of the proposed Luma tower at Miami Worldcenter has submitted the project for FAA review, again.

In 2015, the FAA granted approval to apartment developer for a building height of 494 feet above ground, 503 feet above sea level. It took just two months for a decision to be made by the FAA.

Approval expired in September 2018, however, due to failure to begin construction.

Now, the project has been resubmitted for review at the exact same height, 494 feet above ground. The application was submitted January 30.

The 44-story tower will be located at 148 NE Seventh St, and include 429 rental apartments. Zom was said to be in contract to pay $19 million for the .3326 acre site.