Russian developer OKO Group has been granted approval from the Federal Aviation Administration to build an office tower across from Brickell City Centre.
Approval was granted on March 15, six months after the application was submitted to the agency on September 20.
Construction has been underway since December.
The building is alternately called 830 Brickell (as it was during an announcement of a recent lease signing) or 888 Brickell Plaza (as it is in drawing sets submitted to the city).
In a letter last week, the FAA approved a height of 834 feet above ground, or 839 feet above sea level at the center of the tower. The corners of the building would rise 799 feet above sea level.
The tower could become the second tallest building in Florida, surpassing the under-construction Aston Martin Residences (816 feet above ground) and only behind Panorama Tower (868 feet above ground). Other building in Miami, including Skyrise, are planned to be built even taller though.
The OKO Group 830 Brickell office tower will include a 56-story building with 533,268 square feet of office, 8,831 square feet of retail, and 10,202 square feet of restaurant. Ten floors, or 146,000 square feet, have been leased to WeWork.