Miami-Dade’s Civil Courthouse has been resubmitted to the Federal Aviation Administration for review.
According to the February 19 filing, the tower will rise 474 feet above ground or 482 feet above sea level.
The new plans are a bit taller than first proposed when developer Plenary Justice was awarded the rights to build the courthouse tower, beating out other developers for the public-private partnership.
In January 2020, developer Plenary Justice filed plans with the FAA to build 435 feet above ground, or 443 feet above sea level.
The tower will also now rise 25 stories, instead of 23 stories first proposed.
County records show that Plenary Justice also continues to work towards approval and permitting of the building design – but the project is behind schedule.
Work was expected to begin in February 2020, the company had said after being awarded the bid.