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Miami Worldcenter Signature Tower To Rise 749 Feet

Miami Worldcenter Signature Tower To Rise 749 Feet

Miami Worldcenter Associates submitted plans to the FAA last week for a residential tower called Worldcenter Signature Tower.

If approved, it would rise 749 feet above sea level (738 feet above ground level) – the maximum permitted in the area.

It will be located at 129 NE 8th St, across from the NAP of the Americas and above The Mall At Miami Worldcenter.

Boston’s Elkus Manfredi is designing the tower, which will include 466 residential units.

 

 

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Daniel
Daniel

I swear, if the FAA ruins this, Miami will need to make a huge stand against the FAA.

Dan
Dan

I really doubt they’ll ruin it. The height is the maximum it can get. So there should be no problem.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I can’t take how unrealistic the renderings look. They even put a giant projection tv screen over the NAP..(come on)

XVS
XVS

Very nice.

Marc305
Marc305

I cannot wait for the groundbreaking of this project. It will transform the area just west of AAA Arena. All that is there now are just empty parking lots.

Luchiano Montero
Luchiano Montero

In my opinion, I Believe that this Project has lots of potential and in agreement with “Daniel”, I will make sure to protest to the FAA for downgrading the size. I can make a 10 Page List of Skyscrapers and Ideas that the FAA has Destroyed.

Steve
Steve

People need to relax about the FAA. Can they get a little too cautious sometimes? Sure. But lets think logic here. MIA is the most important economic engine in South Florida. It is much much more important than if some buildings can be a certain height.

gregory
gregory

People like you need to stop using the fallacy of MIA being a major economic engine. Of course it is. But cities like San Diego have airports less than a mile from their downtown and they’re still allowed to construct ever higher buildings.

Kristian Toimil
Kristian Toimil

Tallest building in San Diego is 500 feet, so…