There’s finally some recent development activity on the Block 45 project planned in Overtown.
Records show that the developer submitted plans to the Federal Aviation Administration, requesting approval for both the permanent height of the tower, and two temporary construction cranes.
According to a January 31 filing, the proposed permanent height of Block 45 will be 395 feet above ground, or 404 feet above sea level.
A separate January 20 filing lists two tower crane heights: One at 450 feet above ground, and another at 302 feet above ground.
The work schedule for the crane is estimated to begin in April 2023, and run through May 2025.
Atlantic Pacific Communities won the right to develop the project on the county owned site in 2019.
In 2020, the developer secured water and sewer utilities for the project, with the following uses:
Records show that a construction permit application was initiated with the city of Miami last month, but remains incomplete and has still not been fully submitted.
Bermello Ajamil is the architect.