City of Miami planners have granted approval for a 37-story tower called The District, proposed by the Related Group.
Approval for several waivers needed to build the tower was granted on April 9.
A construction permit has not yet been filed for, city records show.
The District will include 343 units to be used as either hotel or residential units.
Unit sizes will range from 446 square feet to 874 square feet, with each unit having a kitchen.
Amenities will include a gym, basketball court, racquetball court, pool, spa, BBQ area, and a lounge with a cafe.
At the ground floor will be retail, lobby, and a mail room.
The proposed 394-foot tower had a hearing before Miami’s Urban Development Review Board in October 2020.
Sieger Suarez is the architect.
Related recently said that it plans to break ground on 6,700 units this year alone, valued at $2 billion.