Plans have been filed with the Federal Aviation Administration to install two cranes at the Okan Tower construction site in downtown Miami.
The October 5 filing also detailed the permanent height planned for Okan Tower.
The first construction crane is planned to rise 1010 feet above ground, or 1023 feet above sea level.
The second crane is planned to rise 975 feet above ground, or 988 feet above sea level.
A permanent tower height of 893 feet above ground, or 906 feet above sea level is planned, the filing states.
On October 26, the developer completed a deal with the Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department.
According to the new agreement, Okan Tower will include:
- 399 residential units
- 316 hotel rooms
- 67,588 square feet of office
- 2,690 square feet of coffee shop
- 305 square feet of retail
The connection fee is estimated at $666,594.36. There’s also a Biscayne Basin Sanitary Sewer Special Connection Charge of $404,343.46.
A groundbreaking ceremony for the 70-story tower was held in June, and foundation work has been underway since then.